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Should You Consider Outsourcing Your Help Desk?

For quite a few organizations one of the biggest frustrations is the management of their IT and technology.  For businesses under 100 employees, it rarely makes sense to have a full time IT person dedicated to just maintaining the technology.  Most of the time, there are individuals that wear multiple hats including social media, marketing, […]

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Why So Many Business Owners and Managers Bury Their Head In The Sand On Security

Recently we had a client of ours get upset with our answer to a simple question.  While the question was simple, the answer was not so simple.  The client wanted to let a potential new vendor get access to their server to be able to analyze their current data in preparation for what they would […]

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If It Ain’t Broke…. Yeah Go Ahead And Fix It Anyway

If it ain’t broke…. Don’t fix it. Thats a mantra we hear quite a bit in our line of work, but I am going to challenge that and say – Yeah go ahead and fix it anyway.  All too often the thought process around technology is that you are saving money by not maintaining or […]

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New Microsoft Workplace Analytics

Workplace Analytics is a program that helps managers determine staff productivity levels using data gathered from their email, calendar, documents, and other applications within Office 365. Previously, Microsoft’s MyAnalytics allowed only employees to view their individual data, but with this updated version, managers now have access to this data, too. How it works Now available […]

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Why Nyetya is more threatening than WannaCry

The WannaCry ransomware, which infected 200,000 business globally and made over $100,000 in ransom payments, is said to be one of the worst cyber attacks in history. However, a new ransomware strain named Nyetya is shaping up to be a more formidable security threat. It has already affected businesses globally, and security firms and researchers […]

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Ransomware Is Ratcheting It Up A Notch

Ransomware is ratcheting things up a notch in the latest wave of attacks in the past few weeks.  You have probably heard of the the common forms of ransomware at this point that infects your local computer, locks your files and demands you pay a ransom to get your files unlocked.  But the changes that […]

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