Here’s a question you’ve probably never thought about: If your IT guy went away, would you know where all the passwords, data, software licenses and disks, key codes, and other important information were stored? Do you know how to log into your server? Do you know the...
Are you asking “should I use a password manager to store my passwords”? Or are you relying on a sticky note that is on your desk? Password managers not only store your passwords, but they create strong and unique passwords for you. The implementation of a...
Why use Managed Service Provider or MSP like Kirkham.IT? This article will explain everything you need to know about what a managed service provider is and why you should use one. Why use a managed service provider in 2021? IT Departments are often spread too thin...
As the cyber threat landscape continues to grow, you must do everything you can to make sure your accounts are secure. What can you do to add an additional layer of security to your accounts? MFA or multi-factor authentication! You may be asking, “what is multi...
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