Rogue Employee At Trend Micro Exposes Customer Data

Cyber-security company Trend Micro says the personal data of thousands of its customers has been exposed by a rogue member of staff. The company says an employee sold information from its customer-support database, including names and phone numbers, to a third party....

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Warning Signs It’s Time for A Server Upgrade

IT departments are always under constant constraints to do more with less when it comes to the budget allotted to them. When it comes to server upgrades, businesses often side with keeping their servers running as long as they can. Sometimes even risk keeping an...

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Office 365 Phishing Scam Targeting Admins

There has been a recent phishing scam that is out there that is geared to compromise Administrators.  Usually when we think of phishing scams, we think it is to get employees to enter or divulge information that sets the system to be infiltrated by scammers.  The...

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Logitech Wireless USB Receiver Updates

If you purchase or have a Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse. It comes with a wireless USB receiver which allows the keyboard and mouse to connect to your computer. We rarely if ever give our wireless mouse and keyboard much thought, but what if I were to tell you...

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“Software Update Available” Don’t Put It Off

You get an alert “Software update is available” while working on your computer or scanning through your phone.  You are in the middle of something very important that can’t wait. You put the alert off only to be forgotten.  Believe it or not it has happened to the...

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Your Being Phished, Don’t Bite!

You get to work turn on your computer and start going through your emails, as you go through the emails you run into an email that looks like its from a co-worker or a company you do business with, it looks innocent enough.  The email requests information and you...

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Windows 2008 Server End of Life

As time goes by technology becomes slow and vulnerable to cyberattacks which require companies like Microsoft to develop new software and use better functioning hardware, this requires the old technology to be replaced so attention can be focused on new technology. ...

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End of Life Windows 7

When Microsoft introduced Windows 7 to the general public on October 22, 2009, it made a commitment for product support of Windows 7 for 10 years.  On January 14, 2020 the product support for Windows 7 will end, this will include both updates and technical support. ...

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How to Choose a Managed Service Provider

When choosing a Managed Service Provider (MSP) you are going to incur an operating expense there is no sugar coating that.  But the benefits of having an MSP will be worth the expense.  The benefits, increased efficiency, better operations, improved production,...

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