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Our managed clients do not need to worry about this update. If you are manually updating your system, please delay applying the Windows build 2004. https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2020/05/29/microsoft-windows-10-2004-may-2020-update-free-windows-10-update/#589d9b8b7921

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Microsoft’s Post-Pandemic Plan From CEO Satya Nadella

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Software Licensing For the Non-Profit Sector

During these unprecedented times, not only are businesses facing difficulties with cash flow, but there is another sector that is probably in even more dire straits. That is, the non-profit sector.  As its name directly implies, these kinds of businesses are not designed to make a net profit; rather, their ultimate goal is to provide charitable ...

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Cybersecurity Compliance Trends in A Post-Pandemic World

While COVID-19 may have ground most of the world to a halt, unfortunately, we cannot say the same for hackers and cybercriminals. And with most economists predicting a global recession by the end of 2020, malicious actors are more eager than ever to capitalize on the chaos. Traditionally, one of the best ways to establish the ...

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Understanding Enterprise, CSP, & Office 365 E1 Licensing

Up until about perhaps six or seven years ago, when you would go to a store like Best Buy or Fry’s to purchase either a desktop or laptop computer, everything came included in the box . . . except for one thing, which was the Microsoft suite of Office Products. Depending upon your needs, most people ...

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VPN Concentrators

What A Virtual- Private Network Concentrator Is As the Coronavirus continues, and no clear certainty as too when businesses will open back up again, employees will still be continuing to work from home. Of course, the security issues that surround this have made the news headlines quietly. Workers have been told at nauseum to use strong ...

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How to Protect Your Organization from Coronavirus Cybersecurity Threats

As the world adapts to new ways of working due to the spread of the coronavirus, cyber criminals are proving themselves as adaptive as ever at finding innovative ways to exploit new cybersecurity vulnerabilities. These criminals are also using the threat of the virus itself to exploit our emotions and scam often well-meaning victims. It is ...

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COVID-19 Treatment Centers Targeted by Cybercrime

This week, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) issued a warning that hackers are increasingly targeting companies pursuing treatments for the novel Coronavirus. As a result, the FBI warned, “Now is the time to protect critical research you’re conducting.”    Of course, it’s not just researchers experiencing a surge in COVID-19-related cyberattacks. Other healthcare facilities, including hospitals, testing ...

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The Importance of Business Continuity Planning

If we backtrack to December of 2019, many of the Cybersecurity pundits were already making their predictions for what the threat landscape would hold for 2020. Many had agreed that threat variants such as Ransomware, Cryptojacking, Phishing, would all continue in different forms. Another fear that was starting to take some grip revolved around potential ...

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UK and US Security Agencies Sound COVID-19 Threat Alert

Fraudsters and APT Gangs Hit Remote Workers With Phishing, Spyware, Ransomware Cybercrime groups and nation-state hacking gangs are continuing to exploit the COVID-19 pandemic to further their aims, U.K. and U.S. security agencies warn. "APT groups and cybercriminals are exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic as part of their cyber operations," Britain's National Cyber Security Center and the U.S. ...

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