Is Your Small Business Secure? Disaster Preparedness

Its surprising how many small business owners who run their businesses on computers and small networks don’t invest in antivirus, malware, spyware or a firewall. Even backing-up your data is vitally important, after all, its your business and backing-up would make it a lot easier for you to continue working in the event of a…

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In The Wake Of Sandy Maybe Its Time To Solidify The Value Of Your Home

In the wake of hurricane Sandy those of us who have been effected by the storm will have some renovations and improvements to do; maybe even more. But as far as home-improvement projects go, it’s not the scale of the changes that you make. Instead, the deciding factor should be the impact that is created….

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Take Care When Hiring A Home Improvement Contractor – ** Hurricane Sandy Special Information **

When choosing a contractor to repair the storm damage to your home, AVOID contractors who: Claim that they have been “approved” by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (“FEMA”). FEMA does not approve or disapprove contractors. Insist that you pay for the work in CASH and in ADVANCE. Municipalities and countries prohibit licensed contractors from doing…

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