Do Not Use Yahoo Email

If you are a Yahoo user, you have been hacked. Period...end of story.

I have been telling my users and people at conferences for a long time that they should not be using free email services such as Yahoo for their business email. Yahoo has been hacked repeatedly and they have tried to hide their problems time after time. Now that the sale of Yahoo to Verizon has been completed, Verizon announced that they uncovered that Yahoo breaches had been much worse than previously reported by Yahoo. Verizon says that EVERY Yahoo user has been compromised! That means over 3 Billion user accounts are in the hands of hackers and identity thieves.

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You've Been Hacked - You are at a bigger risk than you think.
According to research by the CyberEdge Group, 79% of businesses were hacked in 2016. Most internet users can only answer less than 50% of the questions correctly on a basic knowledge quiz about cybersecurity issues and concepts. Chances are that your agency falls into these 2 statistics unless you are using good business quality technology practices and training your users on how to stay safe online. Find out how to not become a statistic.

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Information Technology

1. What to look for in a new computer
2. Being Safe Online - Don’t be a victim (Avoid scams, malware & phishing)
3. Standard Best Practices for setting up your computers
4. What is the Cloud and is it safe?
5. How to keep your computers working
6. Identity Theft—Protecting you, your employees & your resident’s information
7. So You Want a website
8. You’ve Been Hacked!
9. Free Email Could Cost You Everything
10. How to go mobile, without losing your mind

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email archive

Why Do I Need Email Archiving?

  • Compliance building -
  • Legal preparedness -

  • Message recovery -

  • Disaster recovery and business continuity -

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Document Management

The problem: The sheer number of documents is over whelming
• What to keep?
• How do we store the documents?
• How long should we keep them?
• When to destroy some of them?
• How do we protect the documents we are storing?
• Who has access to the documents?

There is no one size fits all answer to these questions, just as there is not a right or wrong way to do it as long as you follow HUD and state guidelines for what to keep and how long to keep it.

Web Design

A few basic things to think about before you get started on your website

• Why do you want a website?
• What do you want the website to do?
• Who is your audience?
• How will they find you?
• What is the Expected Outcome/Goal of the website?
• Who is going to create the content?

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