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Tag: Managed IT

3 Common Office 365 Attacks

Office 365 is a hotspot for data. Within the office suite, Microsoft offers email, collaboration, file storage, and productivity applications that include Sharepoint and Onedrive. While this is extremely user friendly and convenient for businesses to have all these applications under one umbrella; it’s also equally convenient for hackers to steal employee/business data. Everything from […]

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The 4th Industrial Revolution

Timeline of Industrial Revolutions As if three industrial revolutions were not enough- we are now entering a fourth. Since the 17th century, society has shifted from heavy agriculture work to industry and manufacturing domination. We have had scientific breakthroughs like steel and electricity that catapulted mass production and in the 1950’s, introduced electronics and computers […]

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The 3-2-1 Backup Strategy

The 3-2-1 backup strategy is well-known across the IT industry. Despite drastic changes to the technology powering backups and calls for different configurations, the 3-2-1 backup strategy provides a baseline rule by which companies can protect the data on which they rely. The 3-2-1 backup strategy states that you should keep: THREE copies of your […]

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Security Compliance Policies- Part 2

As we started discussing a few weeks ago, information security is a key component of keeping your company’s data secure. Security policies include processes for accessing and handling information, whether on-site or remotely. Here are some more security policies that you should have in place for your business. Account and Password PolicyMore than just setting […]

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Security Compliance Policies- Part 1

Information security is a key component of keeping your company’s data secure. Without proper information security, you could be vulnerable to cyberattacks, data breaches, or leaks of sensitive information. Security policies include processes for accessing and handling information, whether on-site or remotely. Security Incident Response PolicyIncidents are inevitable, and having an understanding of the responsibilities, […]

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What is Ransomware?

Ransomware is malicious software that can infect your computer and display a message demanding a fee to be paid in order for your system to work again. This class of malware is a criminal moneymaking scheme that can be installed through deceptive links in an email message, instant message, or website. It has the ability […]

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What Is 5G?

I5G refers to the protocol used by our mobile devices and the cellular networks they use to communicate and it stands for fifth-generation. You are probably already familiar with 3G and 4G networks because they were the last major upgrade to our mobile networks. So, what makes each generation different, and what makes 5G so […]

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Reality of Working from Home

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and social distancing remains imperative in preventing further spread, many employers are allowing some or even all their staff to work remotely. And the uncertainty of what comes next means we don’t know when companies will be prepared for their return. So, should you have a plan for a permanent […]

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Five Reasons to Outsource Your IT

Changes in technology are causing companies to radically change the ways they manage their IT operations. Many businesses want to take advantage of cutting edge technology, but their internal IT teams don’t have the resources or the knowledge to keep up with the changing demands. Managed IT services from Axigent can help ensure that your […]

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Chromebook Tips

As some students head back to their classrooms and others do so virtually, we wanted to share a few tips on using the Chromebooks that many school districts provide for their students’ use. Using your Android phone to unlock your Chromebook On your Chromebook, at the bottom right, click the clock. Select Settings. Under “Connected […]

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