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00:00.23 seconds : CLICK! or TAP! That's how long it takes to lose all of your information these days.There is more information stored on cell phones and computers than ever before, and it is much more important than it used to be. Know Tech Talk host Barbara Paluszkiewicz is known for her ability to present highly technical information in a clear and easy to understand manner, educating business owners and executives on how to keep their business data SAFE and SOUND. Data breaches, Cyber-At ...
 
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Joining Barb Paluszkiewicz‏ for this episode of #KNOWTECHTALK talk are Paul Nebb of Titan Technologies, Henry Overton of Turn Key Solutions, Al Alper of Absolute Logic and Tim Meredith of Tech Eagles, to discuss how you can choose the right IT company to support your business. Listen to this podcast and you'll discover: #1: What is the #1 question …
 
Listen To This Podcast and You'll Discover: The 3 most common ways IT services companies charge for their services and the pros and cons of each approach A common billing model that puts ALL THE RISK on you, the customer when buying IT services; you'll learn what it is and why you need to avoid agreeing to it Exclusions, hidden fees and other "Gotc…
 
If you want to prevent your personal or business identity from being stolen by a cybercriminal, have a listen to what Namik Muduroglu from Human ID shares. You will discover: 1:55 - What is classified as Personal Identifiable Information 2:11 - What is not classified as Personal Identifiable Information & Anonymous 3:00 - Who is Namik Muduroglu & H…
 
Counterfeit emails are really hard to spot, and in situations like business email comprise the attacker is impersonating the real owner, and the real owner has *no idea* what’s going on. Listen to Kelvin Tegelaar of Lime Networks and Barb Paluszkiewicz of CDN Technologies go through a mini table top on good practices and controls that you may want …
 
Ask yourself this key question... would you pay the ransom? The story that Felicia and Barb talk about is all true. Colonial Pipeline, despite having at IT department got hit with ransomware and paid a 4.4 million dollar ransom. Listen to Felicia King, President of Quality Plus Consulting and Barb Paluszkiewicz, CEO of CDN Technologies, talk about …
 
As you replace and upgrade your computers, servers, phones, mobiles, tablets, printers, scanners, firewalls, routers, e- waste is becoming the largest and fastest growing waste stream. How do you know if you have fully erased your hard drive? Tony Perrotta, President and CEO of Greentec talks with Barb Paluszkiewicz of CDN Technologies on Know Tech…
 
With increasingly engaging services such as YouTube, Netflix, Prime Video and Disney+, more people have been watching video content than ever before. Then there are Facebook videos, LinkedIn, TikTok, IGTV. How do you create video that is so compelling and interesting to attract viewers? How do you tweak your video content to make them better? Video…
 
Madeline Albright, the first female United States Secretary of State, has a famous quote: “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.” Study after study shows women who support women are more successful in business. A woman alone has power; however collectively we have an impact. As we raise each other up we channel the p…
 
It is only February, but boy has 2021 been a year. Dayton Daily News crime reporter Parker Perry and investigative reporter Josh Sweigart break down the Miami Valley’s connections to the Capitol invasion with “What Had Happened Was" host Amelia Robinson. Bar co-owner Jessica Watkins and her friend Donovan Crowl, both Champaign County residents, fac…
 
As we adjust to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic – one thing is certain we are spending more time at home than we are used to. We’re cooking more at home, and watching more TV, and that honey do list is getting shorter and shorter as we’re upgrading and improving our living space. In our new normal, we are living like “The Jetsons” Everythi…
 
It’s now 2021 and there are 7.8 billion people on the planet. The largest growing culture in the world is that of the internet user. There are now 4.6 billion of us communicating online with each other and with organizations daily. That’s 59% of the global population are active internet users. The #1 problem of any business, and organization, no ma…
 
Are they safe and how do we know? Are they effective? When will you be able to get it? What Had Happened Was host Amelia Robinson asked a panel of local health and vaccine experts reader questions as part of Dayton Daily News Community Conversations: What You Need to Know About the Vaccines?" She was joined by Jim Bebbington, the newspaper's editor…
 
The work paradigm is changing. The Financial Post reports that Tim Hortons sales are struggling as there is no sign of customers returning to their morning commute. When was the last time you ordered a coffee and bagel at 6am to be delivered to your house? As a business owner today, you see that SHIFT is happening. This means new tools, new norms, …
 
The National Cyber Security Alliance reports that 1 in 5 small businesses have been victims of cyber crime in the last year and that number is growing rapidly as more businesses utilize cloud computing, mobile devices, and store more information online. Here's what you should consider when choosing vendors/ suppliers to work with. Remember you will…
 
The players have changed, but the murder and mystery sounds the same. “What Had Happened Was” podcast host Amelia Robinson chatted with Woodland Cemetery’s Angie Hoschouer about three of the most shocking cases in Dayton’s history. All are new to the cemetery’s History, Mystery, Murder and Mayhem Tour. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tours are…
 
In this episode of Know Tech Talk, learn the secrets to choosing a great computer company. What to look for, and what to avoid. What specific questions should get answered before you sign up to make sure you don’t get ripped off because as the market tightens up, and more and more people get laid off, they are going to be starting their own little …
 
It is one thing to talk about a cause. It’s is another to starve yourself for it. For the latest “What Had Happened Was” podcast episode, Dayton native Tony Hall, a former U.S. Congressman and the United States Ambassador to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture, spoke to Amelia Robinson about his hunger strike and ongoing work to en…
 
It seems that IT service and support is the subject of much confusion. In fact, many people and businesses have many misconceptions about outsourcing their IT. To clarify things, I decided to reach out to my friend Willie Kerns, President and Owner of Smartpath Technologies, to discuss what you need to know when you outsource your IT. 00:00 - 01:33…
 
There’s a good chance that MOST of the software applications you use every day are SaaS applications, or ‘software as a service’. In other words, you don’t have to install them on your server or computer, you simply access it as a pay as you go model for only the licenses, space and features that you use. This gives you the ability to access highly…
 
When life is your stage you will find a way to perform. Actress Felicia Chappelle chatted with “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson about her brother Dave Chappelle and what his local comedy shows have meant, growing up in Yellow Springs and DC, art, Prince nesting dolls, never being spanked, travel and her new podcast Faces on the Train. F…
 
This episode will help protect your business from losing huge sums of money because of a fake email. Here’s The shocking truth about bank fraud on business accounts: Your COMPANY’S business bank account doesn’t enjoy the same protections as a personal bank account! For example, if someone social engineers your payment team to transfer money out of …
 
Back to school planning this year is different with questions around how schools are opening up and the effects on parents jobs and the economy as a whole. The school supply list is a bit different. You might find yourself downloading apps instead of shopping for backpacks and pencils. For me this reinforces the idea that you need a PLAN B and a po…
 
Grief does not care if you wear a badge. In the season kickoff of the "What Had Happened Was" podcast, Amelia Robinson chatted with Richard S. Biehl, the chief of Dayton’s police department. Among other things, they discussed the grief that brought the community together after the Oregon District mass shooting, why “why” is so important to so many,…
 
Today we live in a world where on line threat levels are at an all time high. We got spam, adware, trojans, virus, worms, phishing attacks, spyware, keyloggers, Pharming, and rogue security software. And email has become the most commonly leveraged technology in cyber attacks and data breaches. Remember when email use was safe and predictable about…
 
As the world starts to open up, many of us are asking important questions about who we are, where we're going, and what changes we'd like to make or keep moving forward. This episode of Know Tech Talk is perfect for you if you or your business are in reinvention mode, or if you are in re-imaging mode. Imagine where you want to be at this time next …
 
This episode is full of great tips for being a great podcast guest or radio guest. “Humble” Howard Glassman. he has been a national radio and television performer for the past 40 years as well as a stand-up comedian and speaker. He’s the co-host of The Humble and Fred Show, which has been elected 4 times as the “Best Morning Show” in Canada and is …
 
Times they are a-changin’. “What Had Happened Was” podcast host Amelia Robinson sat down virtually with Dayton Daily News reporters Sarah Franks and Cory Frolik. As part of this episode, they dive into what happened during protests in Dayton sparked by the slaying of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. The three discuss what they heard, saw and fel…
 
Some conversations must be had even if they are uncomfortable. What Had Happened Was podcast host Amelia Robinson moderated the first of Dayton Daily News Courageous Conversations: Relations Between Dayton’s Black Community and Police. The virtual town hall meeting came in the wake of protests here and around the nation following the May 25 police …
 
This episode is perfect for you if you are interested in how to run a meeting, how to lead a meeting and how to keep a meeting moving and focused when “side track chats” and discussions happen. Patrick Houlahan of Strategic Leadership Consultants is a real life Top Gun! He’s a graduate of the United States Navy Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor pro…
 
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