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Thinking about changing IT providers? Here’s what you need to know.

Changing your IT provider is a huge step for your business and can quickly become difficult if you aren’t prepared. Before you take the leap, here are a few key things to consider.

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We Bleed Green | Third Edition: A day in the life blog from the TWT Interns

Month 2 | Our Clients are THE best!

A day in the life blog from the TWT Interns -

by Stephen Reynolds + Jorge Abarca + David Contreras

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The Best Email Services of 2019

What is the best email service for your business in 2019?


Email is an important tool to manage communication within your business. From sharing and collaboration to ensuring that your communication remains private and recorded, the email provider that you choose will become an important part of your day-to-day functionality. With so many options to choose from, what is the best email service for your business? We’ve compiled our top recommendations below!

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We Bleed Green | Second Edition: A day in the life blog from the TWT Interns

Month 1 | Prank Wars

A day in the life blog from the TWT Interns -

by Stephen Reynolds + Jorge Abarca + David Contreras

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We Bleed Green | First Edition: A day in the life blog from the TWT Interns

Month 1 - But did you die?!

A day in the life blog from the TWT Interns - by Stephen Reynolds + Jorge Abarca
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File Sharing Options for Your Business

OneDrive and SharePoint Team Sites make File Sharing Easy

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Ransomcloud is the Latest in Malware Threats

Ransomware is getting more dangerous, but you can defend against it.

Ransomcloud, the latest evolution in ransomware, was first seen by managed service providers in 2018 when white-hat hacker (an expert who works on the cutting edge of hacking to ensure the security of organizations) Kevin Mitnick presented an Office 365 infection.

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Get Organized: The New Programs You Need For Keeping Your Appointments Straight

From organizing client meetings to scheduling appointments with customers, Microsoft has options right for you.

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Windows 7 is dying - What it means, why you should care and what you need to do.

The widely popular operating system, Windows 7 will lose support from Microsoft on January 14, 2020. For those who might not know, it’s a terrible idea to continue using an operating system without mainstream support. An end of support means you won’t receive any more updates or security fixes, making you vulnerable to cyber attacks.

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We use Mac, we don’t need IT right?

Computer preference is a very personal choice for individuals and companies. Of course, there are pros and cons with different operating systems and one of the key considerations is how they compare in terms of security.

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