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Why Your Business Needs Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)

In 2020, your business should be actively working at improving the prevention and detection of cyber attacks within your network. It’s simple: Hackers are finding smarter and more sophisticated ways of exploiting systems each day, and your cyber security strategy is falling behind if you aren’t also finding smarter and more sophisticated ways of protecting …

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Everything You Need to Know About Tech Support Scams

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month! Follow along on our blog and social media channels to get on-the-pulse cyber security news and strategy recommendations from our team. Have you ever received a phone call from someone claiming to be a representative of a software company? Or an email from Apple or Netflix claiming that there …

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Get to Know Chantalle LeFriend, Chief Operating Officer at Grade A

Welcome to our leadership series! Over the next several months, we’ll be featuring different leaders from our company and discussing their paths to their current role, their leadership styles, and the philosophies that help them guide us towards Grade A’s vision. Chantalle LeFriend is more than a Chief Operating Officer. She’s a mother, wife, mentor …

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Does Your Business Have Data Security Locked Down?

As any business leader knows, digital transformation has been a predominantly positive force in the global economy over the last decade. We’ve seen entire industries born online and widespread change across traditional industries. Despite this, the digital age poses several massive security risks for businesses—data breaches, malware and identity theft being among the top issues …

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Why Windows XP and Office 2003 are hindering your business

Microsoft has announced that after April 8, 2014, they will no longer be updating or supporting Windows XP and Office 2003.  XP was a great operating system and had served many of our clients for a long time. Office 2003 had the original menu style that was easy and efficient. So why should you spend your hard earned dollars to …

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