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Happy National IT Professionals' Day!

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Critical Security Alert: Windows 10 Vulnerabilities

Microsoft issued critical security patches for Windows 10 on August 13th and is warning all users to update their operating system immediately.  Microsoft discovered multiple vulnerabilities that can[...]

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A Security Operations Center for your organization

By now, you know how important cybersecurity tools are as part of your IT plan. And you know that even with many layers of security, a hacker may still find a way in to your network. In fact, hackers[...]

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WorkSmart Expands IT Services to Atlanta

Acquisition allows WorkSmart to continue its investment and growth in SMB market

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How we connect

In our last post we covered the access you need for your company to communicate best. Now we're reviewing the tools we can use to connect with each other electronically, and personally.

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Patching the Spectre & Meltdown security vulnerabilities

You may have heard about the Spectre and Meltdown security vulnerabilities recently. While there's no evidence of anyone exploiting the security flaw, we want to make sure our clients are aware of[...]

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A compilation of cybersecurity predictions for 2018

Forbes just released a compilation of 60 cybersecurity predictions for 2018. While no one can predict the future, we’re sure that cybersecurity is going to stay in the headlines and at the top of our[...]

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“Krack” Wi-Fi security vulnerability and what it means for you

This week we found out about a Wi-Fi security vulnerability that affects all modern protected Wi-Fi networks. Read this article for a great (and not-too-technical) overview of the vulnerability.

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How to set "Active Hours" so Windows updates don't keep interrupting you

Get ready for a big update from Microsoft for Windows 10

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Hey, I found a USB stick.

A good reminder below from our partner, KnowBe4, on USB sticks (aka thumb drives). We've stopped giving out branded USB sticks at events to make sure we don't encourage folks to plug in an[...]

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