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Category Archives: SO/SMB Solutions

Scammer Alert: Facebook’s Dislike Button

Beware the Internet Predators Facebook's Dislike Button Sparks Wave of Tech Support Scams Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently answered a question about a "dislike" button in a forum. Did he promise one? Not really. They are working on a button you can click to show empathy if someone posts some bad news.  In the meantime,…
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Managed Internet Security

Internet Security + ID Protection as a managed service? YES, you can have it all! Cyber-criminals never sleep. Your Internet security shouldn't either. Your business deserves around-the-clock protection against ever-present threats from hackers, malware, viruses and phishing attacks.  Ntelogic's Cloud Care is everything you need to protect your system, data, identity and business. Powered by…
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September Savings!

Order Exchange + Email Archiving and Get 5GB Data Ingestion FREE! Special Savings - Offer Ends 9/30/2015 Order new service or migrate your existing email deployment to Ntelogic's hosted Exchange with Email Archive service and receive 5GB of data ingestion FREE. Now is the time to upgrade your email service to the New Standard for…
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Deploy the New Standard for Business Email and SAVE!

For businesses deploying on-premises Exchange, adding additional services such as email archiving and email security can be expensive and costly. But meeting the “New Standard” doesn’t have to be expensive. When deploying Exchange in the cloud, businesses can easily offload hardware and electricity costs, reduce IT complexity and increase overall security.  In fact, an average…
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Protecting Your Data

Mitigate Rogue Access with ConnectID & ShareSync According to Ntelogic's 2014 SMB Rogue Access study, 68% of ex-employees stored work files in personal cloud storage and 89% of ex-employees retain access to their corporate apps! That’s probably because services like Dropbox and Google Docs are so easy to use and so many users provision apps…
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What Makes Up the New Standard for Business Email

The ecosystem around email has changed significantly and dramatically in just the last couple of years. Huge new business risks have come to the forefront.  (if you don’t know what those risks are, read our first post of this series, There's a New Standard for Business Email.) Today, there’s a “New Standard” for business email—one…
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There’s a New Standard for Business Email

It's Time to Step Up to the New Standard for Business Email Nearly all businesses rely on email to assist with day-to-day activities. But many businesses haven’t addressed new and seemingly unavoidable vulnerabilities.  If you are running an Exchange server on-premises or if you lack certain email security capabilities, your email could be at risk.…
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Best practices for tracking access to IT systems

Osterman Research recently surveyed knowledge workers about their access to former employers’ IT systems. An incredible 89% of respondents retained access to at least one system—such as Salesforce, PayPal, email, SharePoint and other sensitive corporate apps. Key Osterman Research recommendations include implementing best practices for managing employee access to IT services as well as a…
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Do Ex-Employees Still Have Access to Your Corporate Data?

Do Ex-Employees Still Have Access to Your Corporate Data? Organizations of all sizes have a problem that most of them are not addressing adequately: their employees store corporate data on various file-sharing and content access platforms and most of these people still have access to this data after they are no longer employees. Worse, much…
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Windows SBS 2003 – It’s Time to Let Go…

Support Ended July 14, 2015 for Windows Server 2003 It's Time to Let Go... It's been the go-to, must-have workhorse for SMB's. Windows Small Business Server 2003 has served gallantly, providing critical services like email, shared files, folders and printers, and SharePoint sites. Like its big brother, Windows Server 2003, it introduced cutting-edge services and set…
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