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February 12, 2021 By Editor
February 2, 2021 By OMA Comp
Voice search has been around since 2011. It started as a novelty item by Google that initially was not used. Now, the importance of voice search has increased as users verbally ask their devices for information.
Since voice searches are still primarily used for navigation, we suggest registering your business, so customers can find your location on Google Search and Maps. [Read more…]
January 28, 2021 By OMA Comp
Safeguarding privacy and security have been at the forefront of this generation, impacting individuals and businesses alike. Health and financial data continue to be targeted, which has created a whole new sector of job positions and regulatory actions trying to combat this modern issue. Trust and transparency come into question as we look forward to protect ourselves while benefitting from having information readily available at our fingertips.
January 8, 2021 By OMA Comp
In 2021, OMA Comp is looking to have more fun on social media. We want to hear from our fans and will begin engaging them more in the new year. We are doing a giveaway on Facebook and Instagram where we will be giving away two $10 Starbucks gift cards for both Instagram and Facebook. One lucky winner will receive some awesome OMA Comp swag, so don’t miss out on the fun!
Contest details below:
All four winners will be announced on January 18th, at 12 pm EST and will be featured on our feed.
All participants will be reposted on our stories.
You can enter both giveaways to double your luck!
Good luck everyone! We are excited to see our fans in action!
January 5, 2021 By trystan
Happy New Year! We hope that 2021 is filled with health, happiness, the end to the pandemic, and for your personal and company data to remain secure. We have had a plethora of calls regarding scammers trying to use OMA Comp and other institutions such as banks and the government to try to get you to reveal information, so that they can steal your identity. If you are unsure who you are speaking with or receive an email link you are not expecting, it is best to hang up and call your contact’s phone number. Be aware that scammers try to rope you in by saying that they are your IT company, your marketing company, your bank, anything they can to gain your trust, so that you give them access to your private data. Providing information can cause you millions of dollars in damages, stolen identity, loss of revenue, credit card fraud, social security breach, and more. We urge you to be aware of these scams. Scammers are on the rise, and many people fall for them. Don’t let it be you.
January 5, 2021 By OMA Comp
Please do not send out important information and passwords through email. Email is NOT secure. If you need to send encrypted, confidential, HIPAA compliant, emails or documents, contact OMA Comp to set up a system with password security. You and your organization can learn more by signing up for a security audit class via Zoom or onsite.
We recommend the 3-2-1 backup strategy; at least three or four total verifiable copies of your data, two can be local but on different mediums, and two copies off-site. Back-up monitoring and verification is recommended but a disaster recovery must be in place, because you can still get infected, and data recovery is not guaranteed. Data loss is very real. Talk to us about the best approach for your business. Contact OMA Comp IT support for more information.
January 1, 2021 By Editor
December 28, 2020 By OMA Comp
The old backup scheme is not adequate and is no longer the gold standard for businesses. This backup system was based on old fears of fire and theft but this is no longer enough. Now the most common and real risk of data loss is due to ransomware, a very debilitating cyberthreat. Ransomware is malicious software that infects your computer. Your data will be blocked and often your backup destroyed until a hefty payment is received by cybercriminals who usually require compensation in bitcoin to avoid being apprehended. Ransomware can destroy business operations for weeks on end and can take small businesses down altogether. When data is recovered, there is an additional cost and time involved to get everything up and running. If your backup location is stored in the cloud, every time it is restored, the ransomware code can initiate to re-infect your systems. Cloud backups and data recovery plans have to be rethought and managed. Contact OMA Comp to learn about best practices for your business.
December 23, 2020 By Editor
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