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How to Evade Cyberattacks and Prevent Data Breaches with Strong Passwords

According to CNBC News, American businesses lose an average of $200,000 every year to cybercriminals. It is worth noting that only 40% survive a cyberattack whereas, 60% fold within six months after an attack. Per the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the common types of cyberattacks include, among others, ransomware, spam and phishing, and password attacks. Here’s […]

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Essential Tips to Keep You Safe While Using a Patio Heater

Despite falling temperatures, you can comfortably enjoy some outdoor time in the winter thanks to patio heaters. However, a patio heater is also a potential fire hazard. Between 2012 and 2016 alone, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) responded to an annual average of over 52,000 domestic fires caused by heating equipment and at least […]

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5 Ways to Prevent Frozen and Bursting Pipes in MA

Massachusetts is among the top 20 coldest states in the U.S., with temperatures dropping to 16 degrees Fahrenheit and below in winter, as reported by the World Population Review. Considering that pipes begin to freeze at 20 degrees Fahrenheit, you should practice safety measures to keep the temperatures in your plumbing system significantly higher. This […]

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Employee Safety Concerns Challenge Office Reopenings During COVID-19

As the citizens of Massachusetts gradually adjust to the new normal, companies are cautiously resuming operations. The bad news is that the “new normal” has come with lots of special conditions for businesses that intend to resume in-person operations. For instance, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires companies to comply with rules such as social distancing, […]

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Tips for Safely Storing Your High-Value Vehicle

Whether you own a vintage vehicle, supercar, or an antique truck, it’s likely you want to protect your beloved auto as much as possible. It may have been a sizeable investment, and keeping it well-maintained is at the top of your priority list. It’s essential to protect it from theft or damage by storing it […]

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Cyber Security During Real Estate Transactions

Thanks to the rise of useful technology and precautions due to COVID-19, more and more transactions are taking place online. For the real estate world, there have always been online transactions, but now more information is passed digitally. If you’re buying or selling a home, you not only have to consider all the expenses and […]

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Emergency Evacuation Packing List

No matter where you live in the world, you need a plan in place and your evacuation kit ready to go. When a natural disaster comes your way and authorities instruct you to leave, it’s important that you evacuate immediately. Departing right away can help you avoid being caught in the fire, floods, or road […]

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How to Better Protect Your Personal Information

When was the last time you sat in a coffee shop or airport and used the free Wi-Fi? We all do, but did you know that by doing this you could be compromising your personal information? Here are a few recommendations from the University of Michigan on how you can better protect your personal information: […]

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