We've worked with many of our clients to go paperless - law firms, accounting firms, medical offices... and now its our turn. In a classic example of "the cobbler's family has no shoes", we're the last to update.
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Have you ever had an important email go missing? An important customer order that just doesn't arrive in your inbox? Well, the the first place to look is your spam filter. There's a good chance that the email may have gotten flagged as a "false positive" for spam. If you check your spam filter, you'll find the message. As long as you only need to look in one place, it's a quick detour.
One of the computer support questions we get asked a lot is "If I have Antivirus software installed on my computer, how did I still get a virus?"
Its been a few years since notebook sales surpassed desktop sales, but a weekend visit to the local Staples store shows how far this trend has gone: On display were 15 laptops, 3 netbooks, 1 tablet, and off to the side, on a lower shelf, were 3 desktop PCs.
Many of our clients have expressed concern after receiving intimidating emails they thought were from the IRS. Phishing scams seem to come in waves, and the most recent wave we're seeing involves fake messages such as "your federal tax payment has been rejected". If you look closely at the message, the emails are typically from a random address with a name that doesn't even match the email address. Identity theft is the typical goal of these messages as they try to entice you to go to a web site to enter personal and financial information.