Finding & Solving Common IT Issues
Is technology a challenge for your business?
Our video library tackles common tech problems businesses face to guide you.
If you don't see your problem covered, send us an email at email@example.com and we'll be happy to help!
Phishing: How to Detect an Email Scam
Detecting a phishing email scam is easy once you learn the signs. Before you click anything out of the ordinary from your inbox, watch this video.
Password Best Practices: Create Strong Passwords You Will Remember
Watch this if your “password manager” is a sticky note under your keyboard. If you’re like most of us, you have dozens of accounts and passwords to manage all over the web. We breakdown tips and tools you can use to create strong, secure passwords you’ll remember.
Antivirus for Business
Are you using the best antivirus software for your business? Find out what our IT Technicians recommend for businesses of different sizes.
IT Disaster Recovery Plans: Backup Solutions for Business
Computer backups are essential for keeping your business up and running. Your backup storage will minimize downtime if you’re hit with a major virus or a technical failure. The Omnis Technologies team talks over disaster recovery plans including solutions with off-site cloud storage and local server backups.
Ransomware Attacks Explained & How to Prevent Them
Ransomware viruses are harmful to small businesses that are susceptible to phishing attacks and compromised remote desktop connections. The Omnis team talks through these dangers, how to prevent them, and how to recover with backups if all else fails.
In this video, Zachary Ball walks you through the different ways you can prevent ransomware attacks and what to do if you become a victim. Concerned about cybersecurity? Contact us today.
Working from Home
With more people working from home, it’s important to be sure that you and your employees are prepared, and are working from home in a safe way.
End of Microsoft Server 2012
If you are still using Microsoft Server 2012 be prepared to replace that server. We are looking at the end of Microsoft Server 2012, and Zachary Ball has the solutions.