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What Is Hybrid Cloud Computing And Why You Should be Using It

https://www.cmswire.com/information-management/what-is-hybrid-cloud-computing-and-why-you-should-be-using-it/ On – 17 Jan, 2018 By David Roe HybridCloud HybridCloud is an enterprise IT environment where the organization mixes and matches private cloud and public cloud infrastructure. This allows them to combine the online capability of a public cloud with the on-premises security of a private cloud. It offers businesses greater flexibility in where […]

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New Vulnerability In CPU Hardware

There is a new vulnerability that is based on a CPU’s architecture. The major problem is that there is no way to patch Hardware, therefore it will need to be mitigated by patching the Operating System. There will be a multitude of patches rolling out for all Operating Systems, I.e. Windows, OSX, Linux, and even […]

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Severe Vulnerability in All Wi-Fi Devices

Wow, this is bad! There is a Severe Vulnerability in all Wi-Fi Devices! WPA2 encryption in all Wi-Fi devices has been “Cracked”. The vulnerability is being called “Crack”. I am not the Original Poster of this information so: You can find full details on the official Wordfence blog… Check out the Wordfence blog and start looking […]

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How To Defend And Recover From Ransomware

Like many other Technical people, my mind lately has been on the WannaCry and other Ransomware Variants. Specifically, in how to defend yourself and/or recover from Ransomware and other File Encrypting Malware. Best ways to Defend yourself: Latest Patches: Always install the latest patches for your Operating System. This is import not only for Windows […]

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What you need to know about Net Neutrality

What do a pizza-eating rat, a weed whacker, and a massive coffee cup have in common? John Oliver and net neutrality. I’d encourage you to watch and share John Oliver’s latest video and join me in helping to save the Internet, again! http://share.mozilla.org/352/180873?sp_ref=302014389.352.180873.e.576012.2&source=email

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2017 Is The Year Service Providers Become King Of Cloud Services

This story appears in the {{article.article.magazine.pretty_date}} issue of {{article.article.magazine.pubName}}. Subscribe These and many other insights are from the latest 451 Research study, Digital Transformation Opportunity for Service Providers: Beyond Infrastructure. The results were presented by Microsoft executives and product leaders during their 13th Annual Cloud and Hosting Summit held in Bellevue, Washington last month.  For […]

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Business owner buried in Marketing

No WebSite Updates So, you’re saying “You don’t write anything on your blog for almost 5 months and all the sudden, you write 2 blog posts in a week. Where have you been and why have you been missing so long?” Under-Trained Well, I have been submersed in Classes, Courses, Webinars, Videos, and Software to […]

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Is Managed Anti-Virus Worth The Extra Money

Is Managed Anti-Virus Worth The Extra Money Let’s face it, boxed Anti-Virus Software is cheap! You can get it for anywhere from Free to $50.00 a year and for multiple devices. Whereas Managed Anti-Virus is pricey, starting around $15.00 to $25.00 a month! Wow, that is a major price difference! What could possibly make Managed […]

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Free 5-Day Email Course

Microsoft Essentials Server 5-Day Email Course I wanted to announce that today Critical Mass Technologies is launching a Free 5-Day email course entitled “5 Reason Every Small Business should have a Microsoft Essentials Server”. Signup for the course here: Free Email Course This is the first of many Courses and Training Classes that will be […]

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Verizon Buys Yahoo!

Well, it’s official Verizon is buying Yahoo for $4.8 billion. It’s all over but the crying for “Yahoo!”. Marissa Meyer tried to save the company but it was already too late. When an Internet platform is in free fall and has already lost millions of subscribers to other platforms, such as Google and yes even MSN, then […]

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