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Tech Minute: The Best Way to Stop Employees from Clicking on Phishing Scams [Case Study]

In a world where cybercrime is a daily threat, but concerns for it are often set aside for things like convenience or cost – how do you stay safe?

Luckily your IT professional has established security features like firewalls, antivirus, and other protections that keep you safe. However, a simple click can unravel that safety in a split-second.

Scams also known as “phishing,” ask for permission to run on your computer and if that permission is granted no amount of firewalls or antivirus can save you.

As cybercrime ups the ante, what is your game plan?

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Tech Minute: The Wi-Fi Pineapple and Small Business

The Internet is a life staple. Think about it, what isn’t Wi-Fi enabled in your life? From our cars to our coffee pots, the Internet of Things (IoT) has taken over our everyday lives.

Along with the growth of Wi-Fi enabled devices, comes a greater number of entry points for hackers to infiltrate. Smart devices, in many cases, give hackers what’s known as “backdoor” access to personal information, sensitive data, and bank account access.  

Basically, hackers can sneak into your device and steal your information all because you logged into your account(s) on a Wi-Fi network. If your mind isn’t blown yet, wait until you read how they do it.

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Tech Minute: The Deep Web's Effect on Small Business

We have this notion that all the bad stuff on the internet takes place in a dark room.  Some faceless guy in a hoodie hunched over his computer screen, discreetly, but effectively, wreaking havoc on the world. 

That, ladies and gentlemen, is from watching far too much made-for-TV police dramas. The truth is, the “bad guy” isn’t usually just one person. It’s more likely a group activity. Consider it a mafia of digital hackers working to get their hands on top dollar information.

Beyond Chrome and Internet Explorer -- a.k.a. the “regular web” or indexed web's -- search engine capabilities, there is the Deep or Dark Web.

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Tech Minute: The End of Exchange Server 2007 Support

And that’s all she wrote. Thank you for your ten years of service, but Exchange Server 2007 has reached its end-of-life.

Starting April 11th, 2017, it will no longer be supported by Microsoft and here is what it means for you.

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