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Why it’s time to get serious about anti phishing security

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On December 23, 2017
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Phishing attacks have been causing major security challenges for organizations of all sizes for decades. But just how big a problem is it for SMEs, and what can you do to mitigate the risk of a serious breach?  Learn more on how to protect you and your organization in our monthly newsletter.  Click on link […]
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Survey cybersecurity needs, call for a security consultation

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On November 30, 2017
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Check out our November 2017 Tech Update that has terrific articles on protecting your business from cyber-security threats, choosing the right computing devices, and tips on successful cloud migration planning.  There is also an opportunity to win a $2000 Visa gift card when completing a cyber-security survey. Check it out here November 2017 Tech Update   […]
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Clear the fog and learn why cloud computing services matter

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On November 4, 2017
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Please check out out our October 2017 Tech Update.  It has great articles on clearing the fog from the cloud, how accounting software can save SMB’s time and money, and how to detect and avoid enterprise cyber attacks. October Tech Update
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KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability – WPA2

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On October 17, 2017
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Patches for KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability are now available.   ZDNet reported yesterday that the”KRACK” bug, which stands for Key Reinstallation Attack, is a flaw in the way Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) works. WPA2 is used to protect and secure communications between routers and devices, but there is an issue in the system’s four-way handshake that […]
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Build a great, disaster-proof server backup strategy

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On September 30, 2017
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This month’s newsletter has pointers on developing the right backup strategy and how to prepare for disastrous events.  It also contains a piece on the office of the future that promote employee satisfaction and productivity. Check it out at: CCGI September 2017 Newsletter      
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CCGI now an IDrive partner

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On August 30, 2017
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Compass Computing Group is excited to announce we are an IDrive partner. Features of IDrive: IDrive can backup unlimited PCs, Macs, iPhones, iPads and Android devices into a single account.  In addition, data from mapped drives can also be backed up. A web-based console helps you manage data backups, restores, application settings and more, on […]
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August Tech Update – Chance to win $2000

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On August 30, 2017
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Let us know what tech you want for your chance to win a $2000 prize. We would all like the latest tech to help solve our technology issues. Tell us what tech would solve your biggest challenges for a chance to win $2,000. Check out our August 2017 newsletter for a chance to win  
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Always keep your systems up to date to maximize network security

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On July 29, 2017
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The July 2017 CCGI newsletter has been released with articles on how to get optimal performance out of your IT infrastructure (with free eBook offer), the top IoT trends to watch for in 2017, and business collaboration software for SMBs. CCGI July 2017 Newsletter
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Microsoft partner Portland | Surface Pro hibernation issues

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On July 9, 2017
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A small group of owners of Microsoft’s latest iteration of the Surface Pro are reporting their devices are plagued by hibernation issues that are “causing unwanted, random shutdowns.” Microsoft has confirmed the existence of the problem and says it is looking into it with a spokesperson telling customers, “We are aware of a small group […]
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McAfee cybersecurity and security services and products

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On July 6, 2017
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The BBC reports that John McAfee has settled a lawsuit involving Intel over the commercial use of his name. The legal action has now been settled, and McAfee has agreed not to use the phrases “McAfee Privacy Phone” or “John McAfee Global Technologies” when naming his cyber-security or security-related products and services. Neither party admitted […]
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