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Month: September 2017

As cybercrime tactics continue to adapt and overcome conventional IT security, it’s more important than ever to have powerful cybersecurity support in Kansas City.     Cybercrime is a common part of business these days. Even if you haven’t encountered a hacking or malware issue at your Kansas City business in recent years, the fact is that […]

Is your business affected by the most recent malware attack on a popular Windows software? Get the details on how to protect yourself.   It may be an IT professional’s worst nightmare: an app or piece of software that is meant to clean malware off of your computer system that actually is the delivery mechanism […]

ADVISORY: Apple Mail Is Incompatible With Microsoft Office 365 Our Microsoft Office 365 experts want to keep you informed about the latest developments in Office 365 and the Apple iOS and any other technologies you use every day. As necessary as software updates are for keeping programs effective and users safe, they can occasionally cause […]

Employees don’t mean to unwittingly release trade secrets or respond to phishing attacks, but when they do, it can be incredibly damaging to your company. Help your employees spot the warning signs and stay safe online.  Your employees are both your biggest asset and your weakest link — at least when it comes to preventing […]

Architects who embrace the full vision of augmented and virtual reality can reap significant rewards: Quick approval on complex projects, and a richer experience for their clients.   If you’ve played with virtual reality (VR) or augmented reality (AR) apps you probably went through a “Wow!” phase. Now you can use them to win over […]

More Than 50% of All Social Security Numbers in The U.S. Were Stolen.  Make Sure Yours Isn’t on The List. On Thursday, September 7, 2017, hackers stole the names and social security numbers of 143 million Americans after a massive breach of Equifax. That’s more than half of the adult population. Amazing, right? Not really—Cybercriminals […]

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