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Dropbox Phishing Scam Alert July 26, 2017 by BerganKDV Team
Dropbox Phishing Scam Alert
Beware of a current phishing scam that is using malicious clones of the Dropbox file sharing website to obtain sensitive login information. A breakdown of the situation we witnessed: A user received an email from what initially looked like a trustworthy source. The email contained a link to download a file and upon clicking the […]
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Windows 7 End of Sale – It’s Time to Switch July 13, 2017 by BerganKDV Team
Windows 7 End of Sale – It’s Time to Switch
Why is this happening? Normally, Microsoft’s policy is to set the end-of-sales date for a specific Windows version two years after the launch of the version of Windows that succeeds it. Under that policy, sales of Windows 7 PCs should have ended in late October 2014, two years after the launch of Windows 8. However, […]
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Have you outgrown your IT Service provider? June 13, 2017 by Scott Meeker
Have you outgrown your IT Service provider?
BerganKDV Business Technology Consultant Scott Meeker talks about having meaningful conversations with your technology services provider.
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SonicWall Protects firewall customers from the latest WannaCry ransomware attack May 15, 2017 by BerganKDV Team
SonicWall Protects firewall customers from the latest WannaCry ransomware attack
By: Brook Chelmo Source: https://blog.sonicwall.com/2017/05/sonicwall-protects-customers-latest-massive-wannacry-ransomware-attack/ WannaCry (also known as WanaCrypt0r or WannaCrypt) is a massive ransomware attack that has shut down a number of hospitals in the National Health Service (NHS) system.  The attack affects versions of the Windows operating system before Windows 10. If you are a SonicWall customer and utilizing the Gateway Security Services, your […]
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How to Respond to Recent Release of NSA Hacking Tools April 17, 2017 by BerganKDV Team
How to Respond to Recent Release of NSA Hacking Tools
Information was released on April 14th relating to the release of hacking tools used by the NSA by a hacking group named Shadow Brokers.
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Effective IT Disaster Recovery Strategies Require More Than Data Backup April 10, 2017 by BerganKDV Team
Effective IT Disaster Recovery Strategies Require More Than Data Backup
Businesses use information technology (IT) to process virtually every aspect of its operations. A common misconception is that as long as there is a data backup plan in place, then the company is prepared to get its operations up and running in the event of a disaster.
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Are You at Risk? Your Biggest Cybersecurity Questions, Answered March 16, 2017 by BerganKDV Team
Are You at Risk? Your Biggest Cybersecurity Questions, Answered
Security is part of every business and IT discussion these days and it will only become more intense as time goes on. Because cybercrime has evolved to become more aggressive than ever, it’s important to understand what puts you and your organization at risk.
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Is Your Business Ready for Technology Managed Services? February 21, 2017 by BerganKDV Team
Is Your Business Ready for Technology Managed Services?
In today’s business world, technology decisions can help your business move forward, or hold it back. Managed services can keep you ahead of the curve by improving your business in various ways. Here are five questions you can ask yourself to see if you’re ready for managed services
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Does Your Company Need to Assess Your Network? January 17, 2017 by BerganKDV Team
Does Your Company Need to Assess Your Network?
Every business relies on their network infrastructure as a basic foundation for its operations. There is a heavy reliance on a company’s network to run correctly to provide interconnectivity needed for virtually every employee to perform his or her job, and when it doesn’t work properly, it can grind operations to a halt. Our network […]
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New Ransomware Keeps on Giving December 21, 2016 by BerganKDV Team
New Ransomware Keeps on Giving
A new malware, named Popcorn Time, has surfaced this holiday season and it comes with a twist. To get rid of the virus you can pay a monetary ransom within seven days or pass the ransomware on to another unsuspecting victim.
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