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Our goal is to be more than a cloud service provider or simply offer reliable disaster recovery plans. While those are top-of-mind for our clients, we also take pride in sharing other vital industry information. Explore our blog posts for enlightening nuggets of information and industry news.

3 Frightening Ransomware Tactics

Tuesday, 31 October 2017 by

Ransomware is on the rise. Most companies that become infected just want to get their systems back online. CNBC reports that over 70% of businesses infected end up paying the ransom just to get things up and running again. To ad further insult to injury, many companies never retrieve all their data back, even when

Scalable Business Solutions

Wednesday, 25 October 2017 by

Ramsomware infections are truly a costly pitfall for businesses. Let us lighten the mood with a little view of the other side. Get ready! This is a classic, laughable, business mistake made by the WannaCry ransomware hackers that we all can learn from. This is a prime example of why all businesses should rely on

Is My Computer Being Monitored At Work?

Monday, 16 October 2017 by

Yes, your computer is being monitored at work, but don’t get too paranoid. Sure, in 1940, it would have been frowned upon to use the company typewriter to type a personal letter. Back then, monitoring meant a human hired to walk around the room and look over the shoulder of each typist. Most companies are

End Of Life For Office 2007

Tuesday, 10 October 2017 by

There have been quite a few announcements over the past year about the end of life for specific products. Office 2007 has finally reached its dreaded end date. October 10th, 2017 marks the end of life for Microsoft Office 2007. Why is this such a big deal for businesses? Office 2007 has been a widely

Don’t Fake Professionalism

Monday, 02 October 2017 by

Many people talk about professionalism as if it’s some fancy costume to wear. Professionalism is truly being respectful, skilled and reliable. The service industry. Showing your professionalism, as an individual and as a representative of your organization, can actually improve your odds of obtaining new business. R-e-s-p-e-c-t. It’s not just about ‘yes, ma’am’ or ‘no,

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