News and Updates from the Mighty Manatee IT Team
Misspelled words, bad grammar, it's happened to all of us, but there is help available - and you can get it from an app you probably already have.
It's part of Microsoft 365 and it's called Microsoft Editor. In real time it will check your text and make suggestions, it even works in non-Microsoft products. Watch the video for details.
We all know the power of a good to do list.
If you are using Microsoft 365, you already have access to Lists. Best of all, this powerful tool, already integrates with the other apps you and your team already are using.
Here is a quick rundown on Microsoft Lists.
The odds of an inside attack being the cause of a data breach at your business is high.
Even worse, most of these inside attacks are accidental. Just one mistaken click on a bad link by a well meaning employee is all it takes.
But then there are the attack caused intentionally by bad actors, intentionally trying to do damage, or make money.
By focusing on five key areas of your IT strategy, these kinds of attacks can be minimized and even prevented.
Click here to read our new guide to assess how prepared your business is.
Is there a firewall protecting your business? What, there ISN'T? Here's why it is a critical part of your cyber defense.
It’s not their fault, we’re sure they are trying hard. But the fact of the matter is your team are the weakest link in your business’s data security.
Here’s how it happens and what you can do about it.
Learn about the 9 most terrifying types of malware in our easy-to-read guide.
Every minute businesses are being targeted by malware. It’s estimated that there are now over a billion pieces of it in the wild.
But what is malware? Simply put, it is malevolent software designed to steal your data or damage your IT systems.
Battling malware is one of the most challenging tasks facing IT professionals and it can be terrifying for business owners.
We have a brand new guide to educate you about the nine most common types of malware. Best of all we’ve written it so you don’t need a computer science degree to understand it.
There you are, working from home and getting things done, until suddenly… you need to print, sign and scan a document.
You’ve got a printer, so that’s OK. But no scanner. That’s annoying. How can you get this done today?
Microsoft 365 to the rescue! There’s a scanner built into an app you may already be using. Here’s everything you need to know.
If your business works with clients or vendors overseas, OneNote can automatically translate text for you. Here’s how to do it.
Mixing Work From Home with being in the office is the new normal. You’ll need to consider how to tackle the long-term training needs of your staff.