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Posted by Marketing | August 30, 2017

Disaster recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

Texas has been devastated by Hurricane Harvey, the strongest hurricane to hit land since 2005. Although Austin was...

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Posted by Marketing | August 25, 2017

Protect yourself! 8 critical components to small business security

News of security breaches is becoming commonplace these days, with attacks hitting high-profile corporations like...

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Posted by Marketing | August 23, 2017

MyITpros vendor spotlight: KnowBe4

Did you know that 91% of successful data breaches start with a phishing attack? This means they’re initiated by an...

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Posted by Marketing | August 18, 2017

Can a data breach really bankrupt your business?

If you’ve ever worked with an MSP (or read this blog), you’ve probably heard warnings about protecting yourself...

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Posted by Marketing | August 16, 2017

MyITpros service spotlight: Procurement

Computers grow old, servers require replacement, new software licenses need to be ordered. Companies require a lot...

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Posted by Marketing | August 10, 2017

3 reasons why your Austin business should ‘outsource’ IT

Having a robust IT infrastructure is a must for any business, and maintaining said infrastructure requires companies...

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Posted by Marketing | August 8, 2017

What Jennifer Lawrence taught me about photo hacking

Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence is known for being funny, outspoken, talented and someone you likely want to...

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Posted by Marketing | August 7, 2017

Tales from the IT desk: When Cryptowall attacks

A little over a year ago, the owner of a small machine shop – let’s call him Bill – was looking for a new employee....

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Posted by Marketing | August 1, 2017

What cost-saving tactic is actually losing your company money?

In this day and age, all businesses run on technology – computers for employees (sometimes multiple for each),...

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