Pause IE Use Now

A vulnerability has been found that affects all versions of Internet Explorer (6-11). One wrong click may result in your computer being hijacked. We recommend you temporarily use an alternate web browser, such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, for general surfing until Microsoft releases a patch for this security bug. Visiting sites that you […]

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How to Use OneDrive Pro with Office 365

OneDrive Pro (not to be confused with OneDrive cloud storage for personal use) is online storage for businesses to share documents and collaborate on projects. It’s a great feature of Office 365 that can help maximize your business’ productivity. The following are instructions for users of Office 2013 in Office 365 to use OneDrive Pro […]

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No Heartbleed Here—iDNA Customers Not Affected

No doubt you’ve heard this week about the Heartbleed bug which creates an opening in SSL/TLS making it possible to snoop on Internet traffic, steal passwords and credit card information. Maybe you’ve already changed your passwords for some of your favorite sites, like Facebook and Instagram (if not, we recommend doing so). The good news […]

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The End is Here: Microsoft Ends Windows XP Support

It’s been a long time coming and April 8, 2014 marks the end of security updates and technical support for the Windows XP operating system. As Microsoft notes, XP was developed in a time when security threats were fundamentally different and XP is not equipped to handle the security and vulnerability threats we face in […]

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