What is Stripe? Stripe is the payment service that handles every payment transaction on the EVAN network. As part of our commitment to protecting our customers financial and personal information, we selected Stripe because they are a leader in payment verification and maintain the highest levels of certification and reliability in their industry. For all the technical

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Google Chrome is not perfect, but remains our EVAN recommended browser because it is one of the fastest, most flexible, and secure options available. Unfortunately, a bug related to Chrome’s Cleanup Tool (CCT) was recently detected that may result in very slow load times for some users – especially those with a large download history. This bug

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Another day, another report of a data breach. In case you missed it, earlier this week news broke that 50 million Facebook profiles were harvested for data without permission. The root of this issue stems from your ability to grant third-party access to your Facebook profile information, which many of us routinely do to play our favorite

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If your business subscribes to Office 365, you are likely to have incorporated Skype For Business into your day-to-day. It works great to arrange conference calls, share your screen for presentations, send quick messages, and keep an eye on your colleagues’ availability. All the while, Microsoft still maintains the original Skype product (dark blue logo) which can be downloaded for

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Before getting into the how and why, let’s decode the VPN alphabet soup. A virtual private network is service that routes all internet traffic through a third party’s server. This rerouting of traffic, allows you to mask your identity, location, and encrypt the transmitted data. These features prevent hackers, or even your Internet Service Provider, from being able to monitor

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February 27, 2018

Be Wary – Fake IRS Emails

In the midst of tax season, you may not be surprised to learn that the government is not the only entity looking to make money from you prior to April 15. Criminals seeking to make money through spoof email campaigns are taking advantage of this time of year by sending emails that appear to come from the IRS. These emails

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