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URGENT! Pay Attention: Vulnerability in Microsoft Internet Explorer Announced

 (April 28, 2014) — A significant vulnerability in Microsoft’s IE (Internet Explorer) was detected this past weekend that could affect your computers and business security.  NOTE: All versions of IE 6 through 11 for Windows are affected. No patch is available as of today (28 April 2014). This newly discovered exploit could be used against Microsoft’s...

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April 28, 2014
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What You Need To Know When Selecting A Cloud Provider. 10 Important Questions To Ask

All types and sizes of business use cloud computing today.  Why?  Because it helps them reduce costs and increase operating efficiencies. While there are substantial benefits to using cloud services, there are also potential risks. To mitigate these risks, it’s essential that you choose a trusted cloud provider. The following are important questions you should...

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April 26, 2014
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Tired of IT Frustration? An Outsourced IT Department is Exactly What You Need!

According to recent reports by McKinsey & Co. and the Hackett Group, most businesses are looking to spend less money on IT operations and infrastructure, in order to put resources towards areas that produce more revenue. The reports also found that the majority of respondents want to spend less on IT infrastructure while shifting resources...

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April 25, 2014
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How Easily Can Hackers Steal Information by Exploiting Heartbleed? Security Watch Tests the Vulnerability to Find Out!

Last week, security researchers revealed details about a dangerous security flaw known as Heartbleed. The security flaw enables cybercriminals to access and steal data from compromised versions of OpenSSL, which is used to secure communications on many major websites on the Internet. Since the vulnerability was disclosed, there’s been a lot of concern regarding what...

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April 24, 2014
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