If you and your employees don’t practice these four rules to stay safer (notice I didn’t say safe) shopping online, you could be setting yourselves and your business up to become victims of identity theft, fraud, and more.
“…your first name, your mother’s maiden name and the street you grew up on to create your “new name.” Jane + Smith + Lillian Avenue = your dancer name. This isn’t carefree fun. These answers are often challenge questions to credit check programs, bank accounts, emails and many other things.”
What the heck is VoIP?
Quite simply, VoIP is Voice Over Internet Protocol, or Internet-based phone.
Years ago, VoIP had a reputation for being unreliable, but that is no longer the case due to the wide availability of high-speed internet. Most businesses successfully utilize VoIP – and love it!
Here are 7 things you can do with VoIP:
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