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USB-C: Is the New USB Cable a Replacement for All Other Device Connectors?

USB-C could replace all other cords — eliminating the need for different connectors for different connections.

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Worse Thing That Happened On The Internet In 2021

Before the internet, people relied on various media to access information: newspapers, journals, television, etc.

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Why Businesses in Reno and Sacramento Should Consider Internet Security Awareness

Intergral Networks provides Internet Security Awaress training services in Sacramento and Reno.

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Do You Have A Secure Workspace?

2021 was a banner year for cybercriminals. The number of phishing emails and social engineering scams that use the COVID-19 pandemic as a topic represents the single largest thematic series of cybercrime attacks ever. From credential phishing and malicious attachments to business email compromise and fake landing pages, the coronavirus has been a veritable gold […]

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Citrix ShareFile: Is Your Remote Or Hybrid Workforce Confidently Secure?

Citrix ShareFile is the foundation of the Secure Workplace services that we’ve optimized for clients over the course of the pandemic.

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Are You Absolutely Sure You’re Protected From Cybercrime?

The absolute biggest mistake companies make about cybersecurity insurance and cybersecurity, in general, is to assume that they don’t need it and that they are not a target.

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Surviving the New Workplace

With the ongoing situation in the world, there are many people who are either furloughed or have been outright laid off from their jobs. Those of us who can work from home are very fortunate to be able to keep working through all of this, even as business slows down.

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The Most Important Thing You Need to Do When Video Conferencing During COVID-19

Just as people were starting to get in front of stay-at-home recommendations with robust video conferencing and online learning options, “zoombombing” was born, proving yet again that evil knows no bounds. Zoombombing occurs when hackers break into Zoom meetings and wreak havoc by sharing inappropriate video or drawings, screaming obscenities, or posting hate speech. They […]

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Managing Your Cash Flow

Unless you run a not-for-profit entity, the point of just about every business is to make money. Ironically, for many businesses, especially small businesses, this is the easy part. The hard part is keeping that money. Between paying vendors, purchasing supplies and materials, paying employees, and even yourself, you may find your balance sheet just […]

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Is It Time For a Server Upgrade?

While many of us may not physically see our servers as often as we see our personal terminals, we interact with them directly or indirectly daily. Within your office network, the server is the heartbeat of the entire system. Since we rely on them without directly interacting with them we tend to forget that they’re […]

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Windows 7 Replacement

The worst kept secret in the IT world right now is that Microsoft will end support of Windows 7 on January 14th of 2020. If you’ve been following this story at all, perhaps you’ve seen that  many people are discussing this across all industries. And if you haven’t been following it, you’re probably wondering why […]

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Utilizing a vCIO

Using technology in any business is an absolute necessity in the modern world. For this reason, most larger businesses employ CIOs to oversee the technical aspects of business, ranging from purchasing to implementation and maintenance. While this may work for large corporations, many smaller businesses find themselves without a single, dedicated IT professional on staff, […]

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