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Aug , 16

How to Prevent Ransomware from Infecting Your Network

  Ransomware is the number one hacking tactic in use today that has recently grown by 300%. Found out by Trend Micro to have infected the cloud multiple times, companies are trying to learn from other’s mistakes and build up their defenses.  Here’s what you need to know about what Ransomware is and how to [...]

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Jul , 16

The 4 Reasons why Facebook moved to Office 365

  At Microsoft’s most recent Worldwide Partner Conference, Facebook CIO Tim Campos announced their decision to move to Microsoft Office 365 for all their employees because “They’re betting on Microsoft and the Office 365 cloud.”   This newly acquired, massive account for Microsoft isn’t without rhyme or reason. Campos mentioned 4 primary reasons for their [...]

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Jul , 16

How a Mobile App Changed the Piquet Law Firm’s Brand Image

    It was during one of the initial business meetings at our office that Piquet Law Firm told us their brand desperately needed a mobile solution. The moment I heard their requirements, I knew we were talking to a client who was quite passionate about what they needed. There was no doubt about them [...]

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Jul , 16

Microsoft SharePoint 2016 – what’s in it for me?

    Is this yet another product launch or there are some vital features that will change the ways users operate? Find out what SharePoint 2016 really offers-   http://en.share-gate.com/blog/whats-new-in-sharepoint-2016 With the launch of every new product, an obvious question always crosses the minds of users.   What’s in it for me?   Microsoft SharePoint [...]

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Jul , 16

Set to Explode by 2020 – The Internet of Things Tipping Point

    The biggest brains among us in technology consistently say that the Internet of Things (IoT) is going to be “the next Industrial Revolution”. And the year 2020 draws near.   As an IT company, we had to ask ourselves, “Are they right? Will we inevitably change our lifestyles and will our governments evolve?” [...]