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Don’t pass by this password reminder

World Password Day is May 6, so use this as a reminder to update your passwords!

May 6, 2021 | posted by Conner Williams
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You've heard it before, but we'll say it again. It's important to have strong passwords and change them regularly to help keep your accounts safe. Here are the basics: Don't use personal information. This includes names of people in your family, your address, or birthdays, since this...

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Protect your personal information online and in person

Apr 13, 2021 | posted by Conner Williams
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With more and more activity taking place online, protecting yourself on the Internet becomes increasingly important. Identity theft, scams, ransomware viruses, and more can pose a threat to anyone connected to the Internet. Follow the list of tips below to help keep your Internet-connected...

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SmartHub Frequently Asked Questions

Jul 30, 2020 | posted by Conner Williams

Our team occasionally receives recurring questions from members and non-members alike about our online account management system, SmartHub. We’ve answered some of the more common questions below. Q: What is SmartHub?  A: SmartHub is our online account management tool. Members can adjust/select...

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Tech Support Question: Why Does Restarting My Computer Fix Many Problems?

By Conner Williams

Oct 4, 2018 | posted by Jason Nugent
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Question:  It seems like every time I contact  a knowledgeable friend or a  professional about a computer  problem, the first thing they say is, "Did you try  rebooting?" Does rebooting (the technical term  for restarting) really solve that many problems and,  if so, how? Answer:  Yes,...

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Tech Support Question: What’s the best way to keep track of all my passwords?

By Jason Nugent

Sep 5, 2018 | posted by Jason Nugent
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Answer: Write them down in a secure journal or use an online password manager. If you have only one password that you use universally, it's time to make a change. Using the same password for multiple accounts and services can compromise your online security and allow hackers to access...

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