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FBI Recommends Keeping IoT Devices on a Separate Network

I recently came across a really interesting read from the FBI Portland office and their “Tech Tuesday” post on December 3 regarding the Internet of Things. Basically, IoT (Internet of Things) means everything else in your home that connects to the world wide web. If you look at the holiday wish lists that your kids,…

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Consumer alert: Check your circuit breaker

Millions of Americans may be in danger from defective electrical equipment in their homes and businesses, yet may not be aware of the risk. If you reside in a home with electrical circuit breakers and panels installed in the mid-1950s through the early 1980s, have your equipment inspected and replaced, if necessary. During that period,…

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Condo Associations vs. Unit Owners (Who Is Responsible for What?)

Between a condominium association and the condo unit owners, who is responsible for which property? In other words, who owns what? How, as a unit owner, can you determine how much property coverage you need? Here is a nice article from IA magazine that breaks down some of the popular wording in Association By-Laws.

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Earthquake: Tips to Protect Your Family

If you live in Missouri or Illinois, whether you know it or not, you live on an earthquake fault line. While we have not had any major tremors or other earthquake activity during the last 50 years, the possibility exists and is very real. Preparation is key and should be an ongoing process for your…

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