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Exciting changes for GFI Software

Did you know GFI Software was acquired by Aurea in 2015? Aurea, founded in 2012 and based in Austin, Texas, is the technology behind some of the world’s greatest customer and employee experiences, for the largest and most successful brands. Until now, GFI has operated separately to Aurea.

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Recognize a phishing attack, then stop it dead in its tracks

We would like to think we can outsmart the bad guys who are trying to phish for our personal data. Learn how to get one step ahead of their hacking attempts.

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June 2018 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

In total, the June patches address 50 vulnerabilities. Let’s take a closer look at some of the security update summaries. Only one of these, a remote code execution issue in the Jcript component, had been publicly disclosed.

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Interview: How NPS scores help GFI Customer Support reach for the sky

GFI Software is continually striving to provide the best customer service support possible. Every day is a learning experience. Our customer support team analyzes daily wins and challenges to improve processes.

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Win10 April Update: tips for when it goes wrong (Part 3)

In this part of the Win10 version 1803 update guide, we’ll wrap it up with a discussion of some of the problems that have been encountered in upgrading to 1803 and what factors might make it smart for you delay upgrading immediately.

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The hottest cybersecurity stories this May, 2018

With so much cybersecurity news flying around, it is hard to keep track of the bigger stories that emerged. Here is the GFI Security round-up of the three top cybersecurity stories of May 2018.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – May 2018

Here we are again at the end of another month, and it’s been an interesting one for those who spend their lives down in the IT security trenches.

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The Facebook fiasco – Social media, privacy, and what it all means to business

Facebook has been in the news a lot lately, and the publicity hasn’t been the good kind. Reports that Cambridge Analytica – a British company that uses data mining and data analytics in providing consulting services to political campaigns – had accessed information about U.S. voters through their Facebook accounts created a firestorm.

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GDPR deadline is here: Now what?

It’s May 25, 2018 and the GDPR enforcement date is upon us. After many months of scrambling to make the transition, thanks to the vagueness of some of the provisions, many organizations are still uncertain as to whether they’re fully in compliance.

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Win10 April Update: What’s new for IT pros? (Part 2)

In the Windows 10, version 1803 update there is a group of enhancements that probably aren’t of much interest to most consumers but are significant additions for IT pros. That’s what we’ll be discussing here in Part 2.

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