Microsoft Office 2007 Is Not Safe

What is the root issue here? On October 10, 2017, Microsoft changed the status of Office 2007 to “End-of-Life”. This means that there are no new security updates, non-security updates, free or paid assisted support options or online technical content...

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Krack WPA2 – What you need to know

Krack WPA2 – Wireless devices can be hacked There has been a lot of press lately about wireless devices being hackable via the Krack WPA2 attack. Let’s start with what is most important: You don’t need to panic, and you...

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VIRUS ALERT: CryptoWall 3.0

We need to raise everyone’s awareness We have been observing a sophisticated ransomware attack affecting our local community. The ransomware is called CryptoWall 3.0. If one of your computers becomes infected, CryptoWall encrypts your data, both on the infected computer...

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Understanding Philosophy Behind Software

In the deep, florescent-lit bowels of software developer’s offices, people struggle for new ideas. They seek new features and ideas for their users. Some ideas are good and some are bad, but one thing is certain: software companies that...

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Wireless Networks are Changing

The wireless world is changing fast. Many of the wireless networks being installed today will be out of date in just a couple of years. It isn’t surprising. I’ve visited small businesses where the wireless devices outnumber the cabled...

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Anti-Virus alone won’t protect your business

James Dempsey, Owner/Partner of ITSolutions|Currie continues a series of articles in the Central Valley Business Journal. Here is a preview of the fifth installment. Let me be direct – your antivirus software will not fully protect you from cybercriminals. The...

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