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Keith Davis

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With 10+ years of experience, he has spent most of his career in the customer service field. Keith admits that it's exciting to apply all the tools that he has acquired over the years to further our client relations. Harnessing his abilities, we use them to provide the same exceptional level of support he has given in the past.
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Striving to be Indispensable in Our Community

Posted by Keith Davis on Jul 13, 2018 9:02:00 AM

We at Lighthouse IT Solutions don't just commit ourselves to becoming an indispensable partner to our clients, we also strive to be indispensable in our community.

Recently, we are proud to have sponsored our fellow colleague Keith and his 8u Softball team! Pictured is his daughter Aaliyah who plays second base and catcher. We understand that community sporting events can bring people together and encourage the kind of socializing that prove difficult otherwise. Supporting these kinds of activities can be an great chance to get businesses involved and interacting in positive ways, all while making an awesome impact on the community by helping with organizing fun events such as Softball, Gymnastics, etc. We apply this same method for our clients and take pride in working with them to improve their business.

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Topics: Sentimental, Community

Online Gaming Risks and Warnings

Posted by Keith Davis on May 4, 2018 9:10:00 AM

The dangers of the internet for kids has been known for practically three decades. Given all the tech advancements since then, that seems like a very long time. So why are we still facing online gaming risks with kids not being safe online and when will we finally overcome these problems? I know as a parent I feel one of my primary jobs is to simply provide for my children; give them the morals and opportunities in life that they will need to be successful. When parents buy their children outlandish stuff, they usually going through in hopes of enriching their lives or at least that sense of accomplishment that we set out for ourselves. Sometimes, even though we feel we are helping our children or making them happy, we can sometimes inadvertently put them in danger and expose them to the cruelties of this world.

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Topics: Misc., Internet Safety

Internet Safety for Children

Posted by Keith Davis on Mar 16, 2018 9:03:00 AM

Technology is becoming more accessible every day.

Our children have grown quite accustom to using gadgets that grant them access to the internet. Most parents may feel this is not a significant concept and that a simple talk would be enough for their children to make good choices online, but that may not always be the case. In fact, how often do you check how they are using their device(s)? How often do you research the sites they visit or the apps that they use? For example; my teenage daughter has a Facebook account, not only can I see her posts, but I also have access to her account information.

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Topics: Continued education, Internet Safety

Keep SSL in mind - Holiday shopping done right!

Posted by Keith Davis on Nov 16, 2017 4:05:25 PM

Here at Lighthouse IT Solutions, we would like to help make sure that when you shop online, you are safe and secure.

Preparing to commence in the annual holiday shopping?

Here's a tip on how to ensure that your shopping in a safe manner during this holiday season. The quickest and most basic way to ensure your connection is secure is to check that the website you are purchasing from is using SSL. “Secure Sockets Layer" (SSL) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browser remain private.” (SSL.com) Basically, if the site you are visiting wants to collect your information from an email to a credit card, you will want it to be a secure connection. This guarantees that the data transfer stays between just you and the site.

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Topics: IT services, Continued education