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SupportChoice, Inc.
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SupportChoice provides instant computer support by using remote desktop control technology.
SupportChoice provides instant computer support by using remote desktop control technology.

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We all love public Wi-Fi, but using it requires certain precautions. Never log into an account with access to your private information, and never make a financial transaction while connected to public internet. You never know who might be waiting to snatch your personal data.   
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Online commerce is a convenient way to meet your consumer needs...but it also enables scammers who want your financial information. Our latest blog covers all the tips needed to keep yourself safe when shopping: 

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SupportChoice wishes you and your family a safe and happy Father’s Day!
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While a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy may result in short-term savings for your business, any personal device that connects to a network containing sensitive data should be considered a liability. If an employee clicks on malware or a phishing scam, the security of your business may be compromised. 
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It’s always a good idea to save any information related to an online purchases until you receive the item you paid for. A paper trail makes it easier to get your money back in the event of a scam.
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Which pieces of malicious software pose the biggest threats to your private data? Our Most Threatening Viruses Feed keeps you in the know: http://bit.ly/1pKJEdT

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Beware Chameleon! Your wireless network is vulnerable, especially when you use public computer networks. Our latest blog explains how to protect yourself when using Wi-Fi. http://bit.ly/1roUyH5

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Google’s open policy for Android? A blessing and a curse. For the highest level of protection against scammers, you should consider encrypting the data on your phone. Here’s an easy read on how to do it: http://bit.ly/1rKH8ls

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An advanced persistent threat (APT) is a scam that targets a single weak point in a network and uses it to crawl or “phish” into protected information. Download this whitepaper to learn more: http://bit.ly/1rKGYum

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USB drives are often overlooked as potential carriers for computer viruses, so many companies are following a trend toward a more secure, multi-zone Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system.

Wondering if you your business should make the switch? Here’s a resource to help you decide: http://bit.ly/1pKJ3Jh
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