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Why you should never use PERSONAL devices to connect to BUSINESS computer

You’re a hardworking team player who likes to check e-mail and get a few things done after hours – all good! But here’s something you might not know: you should never access company data, file servers or applications through personal devices and home PCs that are not properly monitored by your Managed Services provider. Why? …

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Got an innocent-looking email? Businesses and even local government are falling prey to this one!

You may have received an innocent-looking email. Something that feels official. Like a bill, or an account update, or your bank’s notice. It looks legit. But once you open it, a ransomware takes control over your computer, demanding a sum of money in exchange for your data. Our IT Support Plan secures your Business Computer …

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When Will a Hacker Attack a Small Business in New Jersey?

How Small Businesses can Prevent Data, Password, and Credit Card Theft, Computer Viruses, E-mail Scams, and Phishing. Some fishermen hunt giant whales or go for a prized oversized tuna, while most go after a bounty of small fish and crabs with their nets and cages… So if you are a small or medium size company, …

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Are you already a victim of Phishing? 6 steps to take right away

Phishing, such as recent Ebola virus Phishing attack is done to gain access to your data, such as personal and financial information. In the wrong hands it can make you broke, destroy your reputation, or crumble your businesses. If you believe your computer, your business data or personal information have been compromised as a result …

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Crypto Ransomware Family grows: what you need to know about CryptoWall trojan

CryptoWall is the new an improved version of ransomware such as CryptoBit, Cryptolocker, and CryptoDefense. Read previously posted “Beware of Cryptolocker Trojan Ransomware” for more screenshots and tips on how to identify and rid of the ransomware. Ransomware is a type of a malicious software that takes over your computer system and restricts access to …

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