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Advanced Network Security Made Simple

Integrated Advanced Network Security Healthy IT NextGen Firewall from Barracuda is designed and built from the ground up to provide comprehensive, next-generation firewall capabilities. Cloud-hosted content filtering and reporting offload compute-intensive tasks to the cloud for greater resource efficiency and throughput. Based on application visibility, user-identity awareness, intrusion prevention, and centralized management, this firewall is […]

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Health Commerce System support – another reason to upgrade from XP

The Health Commerce System recently announced it is discontinuing support for Windows XP systems. The Health Commerce System recently started communicating to practices that it will begin discontinuing support for outdated and unsecured browsers, and the Windows XP operating system.  Those practices still using this technology will not be able to securely access the Health […]

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It’s coming…end of life for Server 2003

Support for Server 2003 will end in July 2015. What does “end of life” mean for your practice? “End of Life” means Microsoft will not release any new security updates or service packs for Server 2003 after the deadline.  In fact, it’s already started.  Microsoft announced that a recent patch will not be applied to […]

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Ransomware – stay protected against Cryptowall

Ransomware – stay protected against Cryptowall

You may have read our post a while back about how to stay protected against a “ransomware” virus called Cryptolocker.  A new variant has been spreading called Cryptowall.  Since the release of Cryptolocker and it’s “cousins”, there have been successes with removing the virus and restoring infected files  But unlike it’s predecessors, Cryptowall has not […]

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What’s Going Around – Internet Explorer Vulnerabilities

What’s the deal with the recent news about Internet Explorer vulnerabilities? Microsoft is warning users about hackers taking advantage of a security flaw in all versions of Internet Explorer. The vulnerability can  silently install malicious software onto your computer by simply browsing to a hacked or malicious website. Microsoft has not released a fix as […]

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30 days and counting… End of support for Windows XP

Come April 8th, will you be looking at this? The end of support for Windows XP means no further  security updates or service packs for Windows XP will be released. Microsoft will also not offer Microsoft Security Essentials for download on XP systems. This means a dim security outlook for XP systems.  For example, Windows […]

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Why Your Company Needs An Internet Use Policy

  With computers and Internet access such an integral part of every business, and the Internet filled with everything from cat videos to adult websites, it is critical that your business should consider an Internet Use Policy. While you don’t want to give your employees the idea that they are living in George Orwell’s 1984, […]

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Another nail in the coffin for Windows XP and Office 2003

Support for Windows XP and Office 2003 will end in April 2014. What does “end of life” mean for you? Security, Security, Security! Microsoft will not release any new security updates or service packs for Windows XP or Office 2003 after the deadline. Microsoft will also not offer Microsoft Security Essentials for download on XP […]

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