by James Pearson | Mar 1, 2023 | All Members, Free Resources, News, Scam Alerts, Security, Tips & Tricks, Training
I’m going to show you how to view two browsers, say you’re on a laptop or something. You have a small screen or single screen, but you want to see two pages. You can do this where you open up your tabs and then minimize, if your window doesn’t go small, you can click and drag, however you wish. And once you get it to where you want it, you would just drag over the window and then you can adjust the size on each screen by clicking and dragging this way. You can view two windows at once in case you’re looking at maybe setting something up or comparing, or what have you. You can do this with word documents. You can do this with Excel, but for browser, this is how you would do it. And then if you want to go back, you can, can do that as well. Just drag it back and then maximize. So again, you just minimize and then drag over. It’s pretty straightforward. It allows you to view multiple windows for browser, so you can work on things.
by James Pearson | Feb 15, 2018 | News, Security
It’s a common misconception that small businesses like ours aren’t targets for hackers and identity thieves. Simply not true! Find out why criminals target small businesses.
by James Pearson | Jan 26, 2018 | Free Resources, News, Security
If you aren’t working to correct the largest security gap in your organization, you could end up being another sad statistic.
by James Pearson | Jan 19, 2018 | Free Resources, News, Security
When you’re struggling to stay afloat or simply wanting to be a savvy spender, you may think the best way to lock down your data is to…
by James Pearson | Jan 5, 2018 | Free Resources, News, Security
How many of the 6 layers of security does your small business have in place? 100% certain you aren’t compromising your clients’ personal information?
by James Pearson | Dec 14, 2017 | Free Resources, News, SecurityAs the holiday’s approach we spend time reflecting on the past year. Today I want to share two articles about Christmas-related malware (viruses). First, an interesting look at Christmas...