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3 Places You Should NEVER Cut Corners With Managed IT Services

3 Places You Should NEVER Cut Corners With Managed IT Services

By Admin | February 26, 2020

We all know how easy it is to cut corners in business; we’ve all done it somewhere. But we also know we shouldn’t. You’ll eventually have to face the consequences, whether they’re small or large. The same applies to managed IT services for...

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Top 3 Ways Hackers Will Attack Your Network — And They Are Targeting You RIGHT NOW

Top 3 Ways Hackers Will Attack Your Network — And They Are Targeting You RIGHT NOW

By Admin | February 19, 2020

You might read the headline of this article and think, “That has to be an exaggeration.” Unfortunately, it’s not. Every single day, small businesses are targeted by cybercriminals. These criminals look for vulnerable victims, then attack.

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Ransomware Is Becoming More Targeted

Ransomware Is Becoming More Targeted

By Admin | February 12, 2020

If I go into your house and take all of the things important to you, lock them away in a safe and I am the only one with the key and I tell you that you will have to pay me to get the stuff back, that’s ransomware.

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Taking the bull by the horns: Tips to protect your business against ransomware attacks

Taking the bull by the horns: Tips to protect your business against ransomware attacks

By Admin | November 07, 2019

The Internet has benefited businesses immensely. Organizations can now target consumers in any part of the world. The concept of digital payments that seemed an idea out of a science fiction novel yesterday is a reality today. With endless...

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Telltale Signs That a Website is Fake

Telltale Signs That a Website is Fake

By Admin | June 26, 2019

1.    Suspicious URL Before visiting a new page, take a look at the URL. Make sure it includes the connection type (for example http or https), the domain name, and the extension (for example .net or .com). Beware of websites whose domain names...

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