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Mon, Jan 26, 2015
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It is important for you to make sure the right IT processes are being implemented on your network. You may want to re-evaluate your IT network and infrastructure to make sure it is working for your company. Being informed of IT processes within your organization, as well as outside your organization is always better than being uninformed.
Below are key questions to ask yourself in order to make sure the IT Network at your organization is being sufficiently supported.
Wed, Jan 21, 2015
Please be advised that NSK Inc has been made aware of a Phishing Scam that is targeting Microsoft customers.The scam is sent through email.
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Topics: Data Security
Mon, Jan 19, 2015
There’s no single right answer to these questions. A great deal depends on the following:
1. Can your in-house team do the job well?
2. Can someone else do the job better?
3. If the answer to 2 is “yes,” will the difference be enough to cover the cost of their services less your internal management savings?As your company matures, the level of complexity necessary to optimize for size and efficiency has grown beyond all but a handful of the very best in-house network administrators.
Fri, Jan 16, 2015
How secure are your small business assets from fraud, identity theft and cybercrime?
Sixty-five percent of surveyed businesses said they are not sufficiently budgeted for online security. The number increases to 71 percent for those with revenues under $10 million. Small businesses also have a higher fraud rate than larger companies and non-business owners. One of the most frequent sources of fraud is credit card abuse – largely due to the fact that few business owners actually take the time to go through every line item on their bill or choose to mingle business and personal accounts.
Fri, Jan 16, 2015
An organized switch rack makes a huge difference when you are tracing and replacing cables within your server room. It also makes it much easier when removing hardware, and most importantly increasing airflow.
Mon, Jan 12, 2015
It was a normal morning for Michael McGowan. An IT tech at NSK Inc, McGowan had just sat down at his desk when he received a phone call from one of his clients. The client was calling to report that his iPad® had been stolen. While waiting for the Red Line of the MBTA, he was typing an e-mail on his iPad. In the middle of composing the e-mail, someone grabbed the iPad right out of his hands and took off.
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Topics: IT Jobs
Mon, Dec 29, 2014
As you may or may not know, the end-of-life date of Windows Small Business Server 2003 is July 14, 2015. This means Microsoft will be terminating services for the line, services that provide crucial security updates and patches. This termination will be akin to the Windows XP termination this past April: XP can still run on desktops, but the product is off the shelf both commercially and in terms of Microsoft’s internal support; vulnerable, it is a security disaster waiting to happen and generally will not pass regulations. The problems in upgrading a server are similar but far bigger, and the popular mad-dash-switch strategy is not feasible for companies relying heavily on fully-operational 24/7 server activity. The whole infrastructure of a system, in many cases carefully built up over years, needs to be reworked – and this takes time, time that can be born only out of ample foresight. Though the end-of-life for the Small Business Server 2003 is a year away, the question must be asked now: what are we going to do about upgrading?
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