Using Exchange 2010? Read This

If your business is still using Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 for email, it’s time to reconsider your options (before it’s too late, and your business suffers). Microsoft is ending support for Exchange 2010 next year, and if you wait too long to decide on migration options, more than likely, you’ll open up your organization to unwanted malicious attacks from cybercriminals looking to exploit. The good news is there are options for businesses preparing for Exchange 2010 End of Service (EOS). What does EOS for Exchange 2010 Mean? Microsoft is ending [...]

By |2019-05-21T15:16:19+00:00May 10th, 2019|Blog, Windows EOS|0 Comments

Microsoft’s EOL Products: Upgrade Options for SMBs

In less than a year, many SMBs are going to be asking themselves the following question: “Why did we wait so long to upgrade?” Of course, some SMB owners still aren’t aware what’s going to happen with the Microsoft products they’re using to operate their businesses. While many of these SMBs won’t see the true impact of not upgrading or migrating Microsoft products until breaches occur, there’s still enough time for SMBs to assess the systems they’re using to determine the best option. What EOL means for your organization Basically, [...]

By |2019-05-21T15:16:52+00:00February 15th, 2019|Blog, Windows EOS|Comments Off on Microsoft’s EOL Products: Upgrade Options for SMBs

What to do if your email gets hacked

Now that you’ve determined if your email has been hacked, what do you do? You definitely shouldn’t ignore it. You don’t have to be a celebrity to have valuable information in your email that hackers want. They aren’t looking for gossip – they want your data. Some will keep passwords or logins to government departments or large companies they may want to ’target’ to hack them. But the more sophisticated ones will sell your details including name, telephone, email address, and credit card details and cash in on The Dark [...]

By |2018-06-18T20:17:16+00:00June 12th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on What to do if your email gets hacked