If you have a website, you’ve probably heard of SSL or HTTPS—an internet communication protocol that adds an extra layer of security to the standard HTTP connection.
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This month, Google is finally transitioning to mobile-only indexing after postponing the move from September 2020 to March 2021.
With many in-person events still on hold due to the pandemic, many businesses are finding that virtual meetings and activities can be almost as good, or perhaps even better, than the real thing.
If you have a website, chances are very good that more and more of your visitors are viewing your site from a mobile device, and are expecting a user experience (UX) that reflects a mobile-first mindset.
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With so many people working from home and replacing in-person interactions with online transactions, keeping your online data safe is more important than ever.
If you’ve received a phone call that begins with “Hi, I’m calling on behalf of Google…”, you may have been the target of a scam.
We’ve all heard about big companies being hacked (Equifax, Marriott, Uber, Yahoo, etc.), but cyber criminals are increasingly targeting businesses with scams that don’t involve hacking at all. Rather than finding and exploiting technical vulnerabilities in online systems, these attacks use targeted emails to fool people into doing the work for them.