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What is VoIPing and how is ti caused?
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How can Hosted Desktop help your business?
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It's never a good idea to pay Ransomeware. See our Facebook Page.
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Why does restarting my electronic device fix so many issues?

So why does rebooting your device fix so many issues? Well the very basic gist of it is that although you may close an application, it might end up leaving various traces of data, which can clog up your system resources. Rebooting your device will remove all of these temporary files and give you a ‘clean slate’ to work off.
This works the exact same on a router, or Hosted PABX phone, as they still open and close different applications (processes) which you obviously may not see. Give it a try next time you have an issue such as an unregistered phone, you may find that it saves you a call!
One thing to keep in mind is that if you find yourself frequently restarting your device (generally more than once a day) then you may have a much larger problem at hand and restarting is only a band-aid solution. If this is occurring, then you may need to have it investigated further by a professional, such as one of the engineers here at CommSys.
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Has your Company ever reviewed it's recovery plan in terms of your current phone system?

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WannaCry ransomware
It's the name for a large hacking attack known as "ransomware," that holds your computer hostage until you pay a ransom.
The way it works is that once it infects a computer, it scrambles all the data. Then the program puts up a screen demanding you pay money to get access back. Typically, the price increases over time until the end of a countdown when the files are destroyed.
Here is the latest map for the affected countries:

Who created WannaCry?
The hack appears to have originally been discovered by the NSA, which allegedly kept it on file as a potential tool to use for surveillance or other issues.
We found out about it because a group of hackers, known as Shadow Brokers, in April released a cache of stolen NSA documents on the internet, including details about the WannaCry vulnerability.

How does WannaCry spread?
It appears networks of computers, like schools, companies, hospitals and businesses, are particularly vulnerable. That's because security researchers say the ransomware is spread through standard file sharing technology used by PCs called Microsoft Windows Server Message Block, or "SMB" for short.
It also appears able to spread to other computers outside corporate networks. Windows-powered PCs that aren't running updated software that protect from this vulnerability are the most at risk. WannaCry appears to travel across corporate networks, spreading quickly through file-sharing systems.
WannaCry appears to affect computers powered by Microsoft, so make sure all your software is up to date. So far there doesn't appear to be a way to fix WannaCry. Wiping your machine and relying on backups is the only way to remove it. Contact CommSys for more information.
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Benefits of using the CommSys Hosted Email to Fax and Fax to Email solution
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