Posts By: Jason Etter

5 Simple and (almost) Free Ways to Protect your Business Data

two-factor authentication

Resistance to the Cloud Ain’t Cray I had a great conversation with one of our creative firms this week about protecting devices. Until recently, they were a little resistant to jump head first into the Cloud. To start the conversation, I made one thing very clear: this resistance is/ was completely reasonable. It’s understandable to… Read more »

Why Slack is replacing Email, Chat, and Video Conferencing

via GIPHY Want to see more videos like this? Slack is a central hub for most (if not all) of your day-to-day business communication. If utilized correctly, project meetings, water-cooler discussions, and office announcements will become less time consuming. From dragging and dropping files or links to performing quick searches relevant to project ideas, it’s… Read more »

Ripple Podcast: Ride the Wave

providing answers to the most common business questions This podcast is centered around chatting with industry leaders about common business questions. Topics range from brand awareness, moving to a new space, evaluating multi-cloud, and understanding how to get folks to know about your business. Prefer to listen on other audio services? Uncovering your company brand… Read more »

Gone Phishing

How to educate your team and avoid embarrassment What is Phishing?

 Email Phishing is when someone pretends to be someone they’re not through a misleading email scam. For example, a common example would be a message seemingly from your CEO requesting you send her money via iTunes gift cards or a wire transfer.
 So what… Read more »

Ripple Podcast: Three Minute Apps

  Strengthen your core with Three Minute Apps This weekly podcast is centered around simple, elegant and secure tools that increase productivity and help streamline workflows… all in less than three minutes Want other listening options? Authy: Three Minute Apps The Authy app is a free Two Factor Authentication (2FA) code generator tool. No ads…. Read more »

My Experience Using a Google Chromebook for Work

Overview. This was a four month experiment. I made the decision to use close-to-nothing but Chrome devices at the office. I do own a MacBook Air but decided to only use it if, and only if, my Chromebook will not complete the task. In a previous experiment, we tested if the iPad can replace a laptop. If… Read more »

Can the iPad replace a laptop?

I’ve done this once before with a Chrome Device and it was a very successful experiment. If you’ve been curious about Chromebooks or Chrome OS, take a look! In the spirit of its success, I wanted to replicate the experiment with an iPad Pro. What’s all the fuss about? If you Google “what’s a computer… Read more »