Tech Tips

Tech Tip #16: Lose the Sticky Note

Do you feel overwhelmed by the number of passwords you have to remember? Do you curse under your breath (or perhaps out loud) when you find you have to create one more ...

Tech Tip #15: How MSPs Can Supplement Existing IT

Many small and medium-sized companies have no staff and expertise in maintaining their IT systems and software. For these businesses, engaging an IT Managed Service Provider (MSP) makes perfect sense. But what ...

Tech Tip #14: Protect Your Laptop On-The-Go

It is almost Spring Break! As many of us prepare to travel over the next few weeks, it is important to keep ...

Tech Tip #13: Avoid Spam Emails

Would you just give your bank account information to anyone who called you up and asked for it? Probably not. For the ...

Tech Tip #12: Save Time With These Microsoft Outlook Shortcuts

Microsoft Outlook is a great tool that can help your business stay in touch with clients and vendors, as well as stay ...

Tech Tip #11: Kill Cortana

Anyone who has used Windows 10 for any amount of time is likely very familiar with Cortana. For those few who may ...

Tech Tip #10: Take a Proactive Approach to Business Technology

Does Your Business Technology Need a Checkup? I have always had a tenuous relationship with healthcare. In my younger days, my philosophy was, if ...

Tech Tip #9: Avoiding Disaster Recovery mistakes

Businesses large and small generate enormous amounts of data and those data files are vital to the survival and continued operation of the ...

Tech Tip #8: How to Choose a New Computer

Buying a New Computer? Buying a new computer can be a daunting task, especially for the bootstrapped entrepreneur looking to get the ...

Tech Tip #7: Implement a BYOD Policy

Bring Your Own Device Is Great...When Applied Properly If you let your employees use their own devices for work purposes on the ...

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People Are Paying Ransomware Attackers In Large Numbers In 2020

People Are Paying Ransomware Attackers In Large Numbers In 2020

Hackers have increasingly gravitated to ransomware attacks in 2020, as being one of the best and most reliable paths to[...]
Passwords In 2020 Are Easy To Guess And Not Secure

Passwords In 2020 Are Easy To Guess And Not Secure

It's time once again for a survey of the worst passwords of 2020, brought to you by Norpass and associates.[...]
Do we have a connection here or what?

Do we have a connection here or what?

Most businesses are heavily reliant on the internet. Everything is cloud-based and streamed. And it’s especially important now we have more[...]

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Since 1999, Meeting Tree Computer has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in the Hudson Valley area. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

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