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How to Keep Your Zoom Chats Secure

Zoom is currently one of the more popular video-conferencing tools being used and, along with widespread use, comes more opportunities for malicious actors to identify and exploit [...]

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Tools For Work From Home

Some companies have truly embraced remote work, some not as much. But either way, the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, might force us all to work from home for a while. In fact, while the [...]

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Secret Service Warning: Exploiting the Coronavirus for Fraud and Profit

We have collected a whole new crop of virus-themed emails, several of which were alarmingly extreme in the claims they made while pitching their products, services, and, of course, malicious [...]

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Department of Homeland Security Issues Emergency Directive for Microsoft Critical Vulnerabilities

Microsoft released several patches to address critical vulnerabilities. Several were of enough concern to prompt the Department of Homeland Security to issue an Emergency Directive ordering all [...]

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The Past, the Present, and the Future of the Managed Services Provider

The era of the Managed Service Provider (MSP) is now part of the weave of our corporate culture. The MSP provides the much-needed extended helping hand for the modern enterprise. Digital [...]

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How To Prepare For Windows 7 End Of Life

The Windows 7 End of Life date has been announced: January 14, 2020 possibly sooner for those not downloading recent security updates. Released July 22, 2009, the Windows 7 operating system is a [...]

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6 SMB Tech Trends to Watch in 2019

We have collected six necessary, experimental, and threatening trends most likely to impact SMBs during 2019. SD-WAN: Software-defined wide area networking is more flexible, provides better [...]

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10 Tips to Prevent Phishing Attacks

As you know, phishing is a technique that involves tricking the user to steal confidential information, passwords, etc, into thinking you are a confidential site. So far the hackers have [...]

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