World Backup Day promotes the checking of your backups, to ensure they’re working properly and that you’re not an April fool. Remember, you do not have a backup plan until you’ve TESTED it. Please review our Disaster Recovery page for more information on developing a successful backup and disaster recovery plan, and check out the
Happy World Backup Day!!!
Microsoft has released a new feature within Windows 10, which can help optimize bandwidth during the deployment of Windows Updates. While a useful feature, I feel they took it a step too far. What is Delivery Optimization? When Windows Updates are released, there is often hundreds of megabytes of updates that are downloaded and installed.
I liked this article, as it provides organizations four common compliance mistakes and suggestions to improve. Article
Here is a GREAT article, which I recommend everyone reading, no matter what type of business you work at (and it’s also pretty short). Any single one of these issues can occur at the SMB level. Remember, these examples could happen to you. 5 Major Hospital Hacks: Horror Stories from the Cybersecurity Frontlines
Here’s an interesting perspective on March Madness (we use Passler’s PRTG Network Monitoring software to monitor our clients networks). Network Admins Are Bracing Themselves for March Madness
March’s Tech Spotlight features Roy Hanlon, an area native, and St. Francis University graduate. Roy has been working with us for almost six years now, starting in our PC Authority store in Altoona, PA, for his internship. Since then Roy, has transitioned to our Ebensburg office, and specializes in supporting and maintaining desktop systems. Additionally,
Adobe released yet another critical security vulnerability for its Flash Player, which could allow an attacker to take over an infected system. A patch as been released, and is recommended you install (or if you’re using Google Chrome, you may be able to uninstall Adobe Flash, as Flash compatibility is built into Chrome). If you’re
Security Awareness and Training is a requirement for many organizations, and we’ve created a training video which serves as the foundation for that program.
This training video will walk you thru a NIST 800-88 approved USB drive sanitation process, using Active KillDisk software.
This video will teach you how to encrypt a USB drive using Microsoft Bitlocker, to ensure sensitive or personally identifiable information (PII) is kept safe and secure during transport.