PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff is scheduled for Wednesday, October 9th at 4 AM for much of Northern California. For planning purposes, PG&E suggests customers prepare for outages that could last several days. Please take appropriate actions to ensure the safety of your systems if you are in a targeted shutdown area. See if your area is affected here...

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Every Company Should Acquire Desktop Management Solutions

November 30th, 2022 by admin

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Desktop management solutions are becoming increasingly popular among businesses of all sizes. These solutions provide organizations with a wide range of benefits, including better control over their IT assets, improved productivity, and enhanced security....

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Posted in: Managed IT Services

Managing Automatic Updates: Balancing Security With Convenience

July 10th, 2018 by admin

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Running automatic updates for applications and operating systems helps protect your company's digital devices, but those updates can harm productivity if not well managed. Unpatched software is the single biggest security risk in the workplace, so it's...

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Posted in: Security, Solutions

Giving a Presentation: A Technology Preparedness Checklist

March 19th, 2018 by admin

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Giving a presentation can be stressful, so dealing with technology issues at the last minute is the last thing you want when attempting a professional delivery. The following technology preparedness checklist can help you make a good impression rather...

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Posted in: Solutions

New Phishing Technique Hijacks Legitimate Conversations

October 24th, 2017 by admin

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A new spear phishing technique, being used in a hacking campaign called FreeMilk, takes advantage of a Microsoft Office vulnerability in order to hijack existing email conversations to spread malware to high-profile targets. This new technique phishing...

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Posted in: Security