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5 Mistakes You’re Making in the Digital Workplace

Navigating through the digital workplace isn't always easy, especially in a changing world. Globally, companies have been heavily affected by the pandemic in various ways. As a result, many organizations had to change the way they operate. The status quo of everyone working in the office, no longer made sense...
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Secure Internal Infrastructure Against These Attacks

A standard perimeter security defense focuses on policing in-bound traffic and defending from external attack. But, you need to secure internal infrastructure, too.That's because in a modern IT environment, with so many devices connected to the internet, attacks now come from inside your perimeter just as easily.In fact, depending upon...
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4 Ways to Speed Up Your Computer

Sick of waiting for your slow computer to process large files? Tired of it bogging down every time you open more than one or two programs? Need a way to speed up your computer before it drives you crazy? We get it. Really, who hasn't experienced that frustration? Whether you’re...
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Recent Vulnerabilities and Defining Why They Matter

After discussing updates for much of the last few weeks, we won’t cover this month’s Windows patching Tuesday in too much detail. However, some recent patches are just too important to ignore. Last week’s VMware’s urgent patching announcement is followed by this week’s warning that attackers are now attempting to...
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Can Microsoft Prevent These Ransomware Trends?

The world of cybersecurity moves fast. It seems as though no sooner do you fix one issue than another one pops up. And, it remains true this week too, as ransomware trends evolve. Only a few days after last week’s warnings, another group of vendors announced serious vulnerabilities and important...