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December 2017 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

‘Tis the season – for bright lights and Santa and holiday decorations – but whether you’re by the fireplace or by the beach, there’s one thing we all have in common: the necessity of keeping our systems updated to ward off any little malware elves.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – November 2017

Now that November has come to a close we’re headed toward the winter months again. In some parts of the world that means heavy coats, scarves and shoveling snow, but what did November bring in when it comes to third party patches?

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Communication – The key to great customer relationships

Did you know, your choice of technology and the communication solutions you use has a direct impact on the productivity of your business?

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Microsoft ignites interest in Exchange 2019

Microsoft understands that not every customer is ready or willing to “go to the cloud” because Exchange 2019 will be released to customers who want to run the next version of Exchange in their on-premises environments.

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November 2017 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

Microsoft’s updates on this Patch Tuesday address a number of critical and important vulnerabilities in Windows client and server operating systems and OS components, the web browsers, and Office applications.

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GDPR compliance: get the facts, then gauge the impact

It seems that despite the May 2018 go-live date, following a rather generous two-year get-ready phase, most organizations have shied away from the task of getting to grips with GDPR.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – October 2017

Ghosts and goblins aren’t nearly as scary as some of the malware and exploits that are lurking out there on the Internet. October brought us new reports of havoc created by ransomware, attacks by Anonymous on the Spanish government, and the discovery of the HomeHack vulnerability.

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The ins and outs of Bad Rabbit ransomware: what you need to know now

The new Bad Rabbit ransomware, first seen on October 24, 2017,  has been making a lot of headlines this week, and for good reason.

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11 ways to protect your backups

A disaster in your datacentre is more likely than you think, and whether it comes from a site disaster, or a user falling victim to ransomware, you can always rely on your backups.

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October 2017 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

The October patches address a total of 29 unique vulnerabilities, across Windows client and server operating systems, the Internet Explorer 11 and Edge web browsers, and the ChakraCore scripting engine.  

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