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Android ransomware has been evolving and spreading on mass for some time. Now, ESET researchers have discovered the first known Android lock-screen-type ransomware spreading in the wild that sets the phone’s PIN lock. The most effective way to avoid getting infected and being locked out of your device is by taking proactive preventative measures. We strongly advise all Android users to keep their antivirus software up-to-date. ESET’s Mobile Security product detects this threat as Android/Lockerpin.A. http://bit.ly/1OiwGP5
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The rainy weather didn't deter us! $2,675 raised to date on our "Relay for Life" team dashboard. Many thanks to all our generous supporters and faithful team members who worked and walked  in both rain and shine. 
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Kudos to Extreme Networks for being honored with two prestigious 2015 Manufacturing Leadership 100 awards. The ML100 Awards are in the innovative process and sustainability categories. The winning initiatives include Extreme Networks' robotic Wi-Fi antenna testing process and sustainable packaging initiative. The recognition demonstrates Extreme Networks' commitment to delivering differentiated products and solutions to enterprise customers that reflect high value and quality, as well as sustainability and efficiency. The awards will be presented on June 2-4 in Carlsbad, CA. http://prn.to/1IVLnok
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Unified Communications is One of Top Communication Trends in 2015.  Sales of business phone systems that integrate audio and web conferencing, video solutions, voicemail to email, IM and presence technology continue to grow— and have become a key strategic tool for businesses. In the past unified communications have only been cost-effective to larger enterprises; but now they are now readily available, at an affordable price, to businesses of all sizes. Read more about how a UC system can help you gain a competitive edge http://bit.ly/1dIISdh
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WHAT’S YOUR PA$$WORD? Even though the issue of password security has been talked about for over two decades, passwords continue to be a problem for almost every organization. Check out this article that goes through the 7 basic facts everyone should know about authentication, and see if your accounts are as secure as they should be http://bit.ly/1bmivIu.
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What’s Your Security Maturity Level?  Do you know the difference between organizations that really make cybersecurity a part of their culture, and those that just pay it lip service and do the bare minimum?  In this article, Brian Krebs provides some great analysis and food for thought regarding why some companies just don’t do enough when it comes to taking effective measures to manage cyber risks and threats.  Where does your organization fit in these models?  
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Bill that reinstates Section 179 deduction to $500,000 and 50% Bonus Depreciation Signed into law. H.R. 5771 (the Tax Extenders Bill) passed by the House and Senate earlier this month was signed into law this week. It retroactively expands the Section 179 deduction limits through 12/31/2014.  This bill only applies to the 2014 tax year so, if you have funds remaining in your IT budget, contact your ANS Sales Team to buy/finance equipment ASAP to make the December 31, 2014 midnight cutoff for the write-off provisions.  
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Sony Attack calls for Action, Not Panic for IT Professionals.  Here are 5 immediate actions companies can take to provide the best possible chance of preventing attacks, and seven actions to minimize damage if cyber criminals do get in. http://bit.ly/1whzE8X
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Five Information Security Trends You Should NOT Worry About in 2015 – and Five You Should. With so much noise in the market, IT professionals need help to focus in on what matters the most – and what doesn't.  Here’s a quick over view, provided by the research team at WatchGuard, that can help you gain some security perspective for the biggest vulnerabilities and threats expected in 2015. http://bit.ly/12CYZTS
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Microsoft SQL Server 2005 reaches ‘End of Life’ on April 12, 2016.  While you’re contemplating what to do for next year’s July 14the End of Life deadline for Windows Server 2003, don’t overlook the end of the product lifecycle for SQL Server 2005.  Not surprisingly, many organizations have some of each version of software somewhere in their organization. Which means it’s time to think about a plan for migrating your SQL applications and carefully consider the best upgrade options for your business.  
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