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Despite being the biggest thing in IT at the moment, many still don’t have a clue about the real potential of the cloud and certainly don’t understand what separates the technology from its forerunner(s). >>http://www.csucentral.com/news-details/51/12

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According to Microsoft's latest Security Intelligence Report, better security in software has forced attackers to rely more on deceptive practices, tricking people rather than software. >>http://www.csucentral.com/news-details/58/12

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Think of us as your Outsourced IT Department. We strategically optimize and protect your infrastructure while performing day-to-day maintenance that keeps your users from experiencing downtime. >>http://www.csucentral.com/managed-IT-services

Obtaining the most cost-effective and efficient IT infrastructure is what most business owners and executives desire. With CSU’s cloud computing solutions, you can reap amazing benefits for your business. Read More... >>http://www.csucentral.com/news-details/54/12

With the number of online threats greatly increasing, its more important now than ever that you secure your computer. Read on to learn how increasing your internet security can protect your PC. >>http://www.csucentral.com/news-details/39/12

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The bring-your-own-device trend has been the subject of scrutiny ever since its initial formation. Given how quickly personal smartphones and tablets became a fixture in everyday life, it makes perfect sense that these mobile machines would slip into workplaces. >>> http://www.csucentral.com/news-details/33/12
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Follow CSU for tips and useful info on Cloud Computing here>>>> https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/107304540128835787527/107304540128835787527/posts

An encryption flaw called the Heartbleed bug is already being called one of the biggest security threats the Internet has ever seen. The bug has affected many popular websites and services — ones you might use every day, like Gmail and Facebook — and could have quietly exposed your sensitive account information (such as passwords and credit card numbers) over the past two years.

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