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6 Reasons To Outsource Your IT to AlwaysOnIT
6 Reasons To Outsource Your IT to AlwaysOnIT

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What does $88,660 mean to your company? According to a survey, some companies are wasting that much of their yearly IT budget by having staff spend time fixing personal computers of their colleagues.

Isn't the time and money better spent elsewhere? You could put that towards a solid backup and disaster recovery option, cyber security or even outsource - all things that AlwaysOnIT can do.
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IT Security Tip: Lie, lie, lie!

Social engineering is big business. What is it? Figuring out who you are and then using that information to make money off of it. People list password challenge and identity verification publicly or at least freely on their Instagram, Twitter and Facebook pages and feeds without giving it a second thought. Maiden name? Check. Favorite pet? Check. High school? Check. Town they grew up in? Check. Favorite or first car? Check. Throwback Thursday is a social engineer’s dream! They love this stuff. Combat it by always giving false password and identity challenge and verification information to the sites and services that require it. Keep the answer file off-line or at least in a format that’s not easily guessed. Remember, if it’s a handwritten list, you can still take a photo of it.
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WannaCry has fizzled into the background. This exploit was poorly written but still infected thousands. What will happen when the next WannaCry is released and is bigger and better? Will you be protected?
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Would your employees pass this test? The biggest security threat to your company is YOUR EMPLOYEES and YOU!

What safeguards do you have in place if over half of your employees clicked the links in a phishing scam like they did in this test? If the answer is "I don't know" or "none" call me today and schedule a FREE security audit for your business - 503-601-4335

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Remember the Google phishing scam from last week?
Millions of Gmail accounts were compromised all due to a very real looking message and app.

It is easier for hackers to prey on the human error factor instead of writing complicated code. They rely on the "human factor" to take their bait.

The best way to prepare your business is with thorough employee training and disaster recovery plans that are prepared to respond to a breach. Ask us for more info on how we can protect your business.

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IT Security Tip: Start with the basics!

So you have a big file you need to get over to your printer YESTERDAY and you can’t get it to "send" via e-mail because the file is too big. What should you do? The right thing to do is contact your IT department (us!) so we can assist by installing a secure, commercial-grade file-sharing application. What you shouldn’t do is download a free copy of Dropbox or some other file-sharing software without telling us. Dropbox and other free apps come with a price: SECURITY. These applications are known for security vulnerabilities and hacks. Plus, if we don’t know about it, we can’t manage it or secure it; so the golden rule is this: NEVER download any software or application without checking with your IT department first!
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In case you weren’t aware, one of the latest and most dangerous Internet scams is fake apps. Scammers create apps that look and behave like a real app from a legitimate store. These fake apps can infect your phone or tablet and steal confidential information, including bank account and credit card details. They may also secretly install on your device malicious code that can spread, including to your company network.
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IT Security Tip: The #1 threat to your security is.....
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Have you ever lost an hour of work or a file due to a sudden crash?

Now imagine losing days, weeks or YEARS of work due to a server failure or other data-erasing disaster.

Scary, isn’t it?

That’s why I want you to mark your calendar for Wednesday, February 8th and be my VIP guest at an executive lunch and learn seminar I’m holding titled:

“What Every Business Owner Must Have In Place Now To Guarantee A Fast, Easy And Painless Recovery Of Their Data After A Disaster."

Here are the full details and registration: http://www.AlwaysOnIT.com/BDR/
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A survey done showed that 55% of the respondents said their company experienced a cyber-attack in 2015 or 2016, 50% reported a data breach and they spent an average of $879,582 to fix the damage that was done!

Don’t fall victim to an attack, call us today and ask about a FREE security audit for your business.


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