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How to reach GFI technical support

Here at GFI Software, our aim has always been to take care of our partners and customers, and provide them with the support they need to fulfill the everyday challenges the world of IT security and communications decides to throw at them.

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Windows Server 2016 – Thoughts so far

It’s been almost 9 months since Windows Server 2016 hit General Availability, and hopefully by now you have had the time to test it in your environment and start to deploy it in production.

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Is hacker insurance worth your while?

With an average breach costing millions of US dollars in loss of business, this form of insurance is taking off, but it is also getting quite expensive.

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Moving to the Cloud in one fell swoop

A few months ago, I started toying with the idea of migrating our email to an Office 365 business plan. Then our Exchange server went down, motivating us to commit.

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It’s Thanks-an-admin-giving Day!

Take the time this week to say thanks to that special geek in your life. Without him or her, doing your job, whatever it is, would likely be a lot more difficult.

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No more Chrome support for Windows XP, Vista and older OS X versions

Google announced the end of Chrome’s support for Windows XP, as well as Windows Vista, and Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8.

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10 steps to email bliss

There are many steps to take to fight email threats. In this free ebook we talk about the best way you can secure your systems and your users.

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Dealing with a data breach or hacker crisis

Data breaches are getting worse and more expensive every day and it often takes far too long to clean up the mess.

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GFI LanGuard wins ‘Best Vulnerability Management Solution’ award

GFI LanGuard wins the prestigious SC Magazine award for the best vulnerability management solution of 2015.

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Building a better email platform

Through the years new products made their way into the business process alongside email. Is it time to start thinking of Email 2.0?

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