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Remote Workers Are Here to Stay: 9 Tips to Prepare Your Network for the Long Haul

A year ago, the idea of your business supporting long-term remote workers never crossed your mind. The pandemic has created a new mindset among business owners struggling to stay relevant, however, and COVID 19 has forced many employers to shift their focus to supporting remote workers for the long-term.

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Employee Cybersecurity Awareness Training: Are Employees Your Biggest Threat?

What is Cybersecurity Awareness Training? Cybersecurity Awareness Training for employees is an organized training program designed to teach your employees […]
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Protecting Your Network from Potential Iranian Cyber Attacks

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has released a warning about potential Iranian cyber attacks as a result of heightened […]
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Marty Mucci of Paychex Thought Leadership

Valuing Employees and Embracing Change: Marty Mucci Explains How He Tripled the Value of Paychex in Under a Decade

Sitima Fowler, General Manager, Iconic IT (Rochester/Buffalo) It’s not every day that I get a chance to sit down and […]
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Windows 7 End of Life Microsoft Office 365

Is Your Business Prepared for Windows 7 End of Life?

Windows 7 end of life is here, and every business should prepare for migration to the security of a supported system. Windows 7 has enjoyed a long and productive lifespan since launching in October 2009, but like all past Windows versions, Microsoft has moved on to a more robust operating system: Windows 10.
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IT Support Services Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 Teams Beats Traditional Email Communication Platforms for SMBs

Email has been around long before Office 365 came into view. The 1960s were known for peace and love, but […]
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Ransomware Cybersecurity Tips

What Is Ransomware?

Ransomware is a disturbing and frightening malware that, because of its encryption of all your company’s data, can have implications that last long after the virus has been scrubbed. The disruption to your company’s systems can be devastating. Not only will ransomware block users from accessing important data, it can wipe some data from the system permanently, result in lost income from unplanned downtime, affect emails, disrupt billing cycles, and more. It can take days, weeks or even months to clean up the mess after a ransomware attack.
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