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Monday December 05 2016

Lifestyle Lessons: Budget Properly for the Holidays

Proper budgeting and smart shopping techniques will help you stay within budget while finding something special for everyone on your list.

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Monday November 28 2016

Home Matters: Preventing Frozen Pipes

One of the messiest and most costly homeowner repairs is fixing a burst frozen pipe. Water from a burst pipe can cause damage to carpeting, short out electrical appliances and ruin furniture. Luckily, there are several products on the market.

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Thursday November 17 2016

Home Matters: Decorate Safely During the Holidays

As the holiday season gets into full swing, many families decorate to spread some cheer and make their homes more festive. While holiday decorations can be fun and beautiful, they can also present fire hazards. To keep your home and family safe this holiday season, consider the following decorating tips.

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Sunday November 13 2016

Snowbird Checklist

Alicia Lunski provides a list of things to remember to do to protect your home before heading south this winter.

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Monday November 07 2016

The Importance of Ergonomics

What is ergonomics and how does it impact us in the office? Ergonomics is the study of the relationship between people, their work and their environments. The goal of an ergonomic assessment of your workstation is to help the body move in natural ways and reduce stressors that might cause damage and pain.

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Wednesday October 26 2016

Playing it Safe: Restaurant Crime

Restaurants are particularly vulnerable to robbery, burglary and theft. As restaurants typically accumulate a large amount of cash, it makes them attractive targets of criminal activity. A criminal also looks for establishments with late-night hours and easy entry or escape.

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Wednesday October 26 2016

Cyber Risk & Liabilities: Cyber Security for Small Businesses

High-profile cyber attacks on companies such as Target and Sears have raised awareness of the growing threat of cyber crime. Recent surveys conducted by the Small Business Authority, Symantec, Kaspersky Lab and the National Cybersecurity Alliance suggest that many small business owners are still operating under a false sense of cyber security.

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Thursday October 20 2016

Cyber Risks & Liabilities: National Cyber Security Awareness Month

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month, an event co-sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) in order to raise awareness of the importance of cyber security issues. While the event is designed to highlight some of the nation’s cyber security precautions, as well as how to be prepared in the event of a national cyber security incident, much of the focus is on good cyber security practices for the average individual.

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Thursday October 13 2016

Preventing Auto Theft

Did You Know cars are probably the single most popular target of crime because they are relatively easy to steal. In the time it takes you to brush your teeth, a car is stolen in the United States. To put the brakes on vehicle theft, try the following prevention tips.

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Monday October 10 2016

Securing Your Company’s Mobile Devices

Because of the convenience they offer, smartphones and tablet devices have become a ubiquitous presence in the modern business world. As usage soars, it becomes increasingly important to take steps to protect your company from mobile threats, both new and old.

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Tuesday September 13 2016

Be Prepared: Winter Storms

Preparing for winter storms, whether your work involves being inside, outside or in a vehicle, is crucial to survival and safety. Become familiar with winter storm warning signals so you can take appropriate action, and learn the dangers of winter ailments so you can avoid injury. Use these tips to refresh your knowledge on winter storm preparation.

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