The Definitive Ransomware Protection Guide for Business in 2020
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An abandoned office will present some unique risks to your I.T. infrastructure, your backups included. Here are some ways you can prepare for an office lockdown, so you remain cyber-resilient while the office is empty.
Amidst the Covid-19 public health emergency, here’s a summary of the latest updates pertaining our team and how we continue to support your business.
The best time to protect yourself from ransomware is before it strikes. Cyber-resilience requires the right ransomware protection to save you from the panic and stress of unplanned downtime and potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in ransom payments.
Amidst the Covid-19 public health emergency, here’s a summary of the latest updates pertaining our team and how we continue to support your business.
The best time to protect yourself from ransomware is before it strikes. Cyber-resilience requires the right ransomware protection to save you from the panic and stress of unplanned downtime and potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in ransom payments.
Flip Phones and Windows Server 2003 - the same era.
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Windows Server 2003 — Don’t get stuck in the Noughties

It’s 2003. The new Millenium has just begin. iTunes is launched, fresh on the back of new and popular iPod. The Human Genome project is completed. The Iraq War begins despite millions of worldwide protests. Beijing schools are closed over fear of SARS. And as if things couldn’t get any worse, the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrates.

are you ready for the Windows Server 2003 EOL
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Are you ready for the Windows Server 2003 EOL?

Windows Server 2003 has been a faithful workhorse.  But unfortunately, like it or not she just can’t pull the cart any longer.  That’s why as of July 14th 2015, Microsoft will be pulling the plug and enforcing a complete End of Life (EOL) for the software.  What does that mean for your business?  Well, if

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Windows Server 2003 end of life

As Microsoft Windows Server evolves, older versions reach their end of life. In a year, this will happen to Windows Server 2003. This article looks at what this means and what you should do to prepare.