Author: gnoadmin

Gateway Protection against Web-Borne Threats The internet is, without a doubt, the #1 vector for threats to your company’s network security. Everything from run of the mill malware and phishing attacks to far more dangerous ransomware. The threat takes many forms… an email that claims to be from a legitimate vendor asking them to reset […]

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Still Running Windows 7?

Still Running Windows 7?

If your business has already migrated to Windows 10, you can stop reading this post, mark it off your list and go about the rest of your day. But, if you have even one computer running Windows 7, then this post will serve as a brief road map for what the next two years will […]

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The New “I Love You” Virus

The New “I Love You” Virus

A new threat is making the rounds. Employees at companies that use Gmail for an email service, along with individual Gmail users are falling victim to a new scam. It goes something like this: You receive an email from someone you know. It tells you that they have shared a document with you. When you […]

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Gnopes Report for May 2017

Gnopes Report for May 2017

As with any area, the IT world has its share of misinformation, misconception and information that is simply dated. Today we will take a look at several of these ideas that have crossed my desk since the last time we published a Gnopes article: Myth: The more pixels you have, the better the picture will be. […]

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