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If you are still using Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007 it may be time to change

Customers who are still using MS Office 2003 and 2007 and going to start seeing a lot of issues surfacing and will need to start look to upgrade to the new version of either 2016 or 2019. 2016 is becoming hard to get as Microsoft is pushing for the new 2019 version or Office 365 subscription based office product. When you are still using Outlook 2007 or previous, you may be able to install it on Windows …

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One of largest data breaches ever recorded

Data breaches are becoming increasingly more common, but the most reach breach of 1,160,253,228 unique passwords and email addresses have been attributed to a breach that’s being called “Collection #1.”   The collective list of 773 million email addresses from several sources, published to the cloud storage service MEGA, was reported by Troy Hunt, the owner of the HaveIBeenPwned website, which indexes hacked information. The number of email addresses makes it the largest breach ever uploaded to Hunt’s site, he said. …

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What you need to know about The Windows 10 April 2019 Update in coming

Windows 10 updates are always free. You’ll be able to download the April 2019 via Windows Update at no charge once Microsoft determines it is compatible with your computer. Roll-outs of major Windows 10 updates are gradual to ensure the best quality experience, so you might not see it on your PC right away. A release could be any time in April, but there’s no solid date or confirmed naming as of yet. Given Microsoft’s troubles with …

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Office 365 Phishing Attack – What you need to do

SECURITY ALERT! There is a new email Phishing attack, called “PhishPoint” focused on users of the Office365 platform, specifically related to the use of OneDrive and SharePoint. The scam looks very authentic to you and your users and many people have already fallen victim. What you need to know, and what to do: The attack is sent through as email directed to your users focused on getting them to fall victim to sharing their Office365 credentials. The email subjects will have something like the word URGENT in …

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