Archive for the ‘Mobile Devices’ Category

4 Reasons to Connect with Total Network Consulting on Social Media Channels

27 May 2013 | Comments Off | tncllcadmin

Thanks for checking out our channel for discussing new and interesting topics in the field, our  total network services and also answer your questions about what’s going on in your total network. With a presence on the following social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and YouTube. Why are we on so many? Because customer service is the greatest technology and we want to be at the fingertips of our clients to generate conversation and assist them. Here are four reasons why you should connect with us.

  • We put the “communication” in “telecommunications.”

We know not everyone is interested in hearing about the complicated technical workings of a company, network infrastructure and cabling. We want to get personal and have some real conversations with you. We want to know your thoughts on a topic. For example, did you know that we are philanthropic? Let’s get to know each other on another level.

  • We supply convenient customer service.

Have you ever had a problem with your product and needed to call a customer service line? You’re usually speaking with a recording and pressing numbers to get to an actual person. Now you can skip that step and find us online. You are probably already on Facebook, so just like the Total Network Consulting Facebook Page and we’re right there if you need anything. While you’re at it, connect with us on Twitter, Google+ and YouTube.

  • We’re connected to some amazing friends.

We have alliances with some industry-leading manufacturers and we want you to join our network. HP, Cisco, Microsoft, Avaya, Ortronics, and Corning are just a few of our fostered long-term relationships that you can be a part of too.

  • We are thought leaders.

If you’re looking for credible information, you have come to the right place. There is a reason why many fortune 1000, 500, 100 and small businesses alike, have chosen us as their trusted partner. We have customized our services because each client has a unique objective and goal. We take pride in providing true value in our work, and we want to transcend that to our social channels.

We hope you enjoyed our honest reasons of why we can benefit from connecting with each other. Keep in mind that this is the first blog post of many and we encourage you to check back for some invaluable information on the industry, the happenings in our corporation and much more.

If you have additional reasons that we forgot to mention, feel free to contact us and let us know what we missed.

Mobile Use for Banking Doesn’t Have to be a Hassle

15 May 2013 | Comments Off | tncllcadmin

As the smartphone penetration continues to expand, mobile usage continues to be utilized for various tasks, including online banking.  Online banking has become a popular new alternative for those on the go.  We’re sure you’ve seen television commercials where you can now deposit a check with the simple click of the button.  Mobile banking shouldn’t be a hassle and by implementing the following steps you can keep your identity secure.

1) Set up a password or passcode on your phone or tablet.  This will help prevent any unwanted fingers accessing your financial information.

2) An article from the Times Free Press states, “never provide personal information unless you initiate contact with your bank or other financial institution. Financial institutions should not request account numbers, Social Security numbers or other sensitive information through the phone, email, or text messages.” There should be no reason as to why your financial institution is inquiring about such information.  They already have those details from the moment you open an account.

3) Be sure to log out every time you use the application.  We know it is easy to forget to do so however doing so will help prevent unauthorized user from entering your accounts.

4) Reduce leaking out information, delete old text messages from your bank.

5) If your mobile device becomes lost or stolen, contact your wireless provider and financial institutions immediately

Taking these extra precautions into consideration will help prevent hackers and thieves from getting their hands on private information.  With technology and mobile usage ever expanding and becoming more complex, hackers have become more efficient and strategic on breaking through almost anything.