What’s new in Windows Server 2019?

What’s new in Windows Server 2019?

Advances in security, cloud scenarios and enterprise-grade hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) are just a few of the highlights that have been released in the now available preview of Windows Server 2019, which will be released for general use in Fall 2018. Built upon the strong and widely adopted foundation of Windows Server 2016, Microsoft continues to make improvements to their platform based on industry feedback and future trends; including Hybrid, Security, Application Platform, and Hyper-converged infrastructure.

Ransomware, Email Scams and IoT Mining - Oh My! These are your 2018 Cyber-Security Predictions

Ransomware, Email Scams and IoT Mining - Oh My! These are your 2018 Cyber-Security Predictions

With high profile cyber-attacks and data breaches such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Panera and even the City of Atlanta on the rise, businesses are starting to realize that these attacks are not going away and will probably continue to get worse without proper security measures. Small Business owners will say “We’re not important enough to be the target of a cyber-attack.” They are wrong; over 60% of cyber breaches targeted small businesses in 2016, and that percentage continues to grow. Read on to find out about what threats to look out for in 2018.

Celebrate Microsoft Teams’s First Year + New Features to Come

Celebrate Microsoft Teams’s First Year + New Features to Come

After only a year since being launched, Microsoft Teams has already won a Top Enterprise Award and been implemented in 200,000 organizations over nearly 200 markets in 39 languages. Teams plans to expand on their enterprise-grade features this year to provide more capabilities when interacting with apps, organizing meetings & calls, and obviously collaboration between those both inside and outside your organization. 

Don’t Get Phished: A Guide to Preventing Phishing Scams on Your Team

Don’t Get Phished: A Guide to Preventing Phishing Scams on Your Team

90% of all data breaches start with a phishing attack. The motives for these attacks range from stealing credentials to access internal networks to an attacker posing as your CEO to gain W-2s for tax fraud. If you’re not familiar with how phishing scams work and how successful they are without proper training, then you are putting your Business and employees at risk.

Meltdown and Spectre Expose Fundamental Need for Proactive Security Strategy

Meltdown and Spectre Expose Fundamental Need for Proactive Security Strategy

Meltdown and Spectre Expose Fundamental Need for Proactive Security Strategy

Last week, a critical flaw in how our devices operate was exposed to the public. These weaknesses, now known as “Meltdown” and “Spectre” have revealed a loophole in the security structure of our devices; including computers, personal laptops and mobile devices alike. What’s even more frightening than that, however, is the fact that these structural flaws had previously gone undiscovered for two whole decades without being resolved. If flaws as critical as these can go unnoticed for so long, it’s only a matter of time before more insecurities are discovered and exploited. 

Find Your Place at Infotect

Find Your Place at Infotect

Find Your Place at Infotect

Here at Infotect are committed to consistently exceeding our customers’ expectations of what they expect from their Managed Services Provider. As our Clients continue to grow, it is important that we grow with them to ensure we are meeting, and exceeding their expectations. Out of this need for growth, we are excited to announce that we will be adding positions to our team and starting the search for a candidate who holds our company values and fits well in our environment.

Where was Your MSP during Irma?

Where was Your MSP during Irma?

Every year we prepare clients with Disaster Recovery plans for the worst-case scenario. We never know when a disaster is going to strike, but this year it did. With nearly 7 million people and businesses without power, Hurricane Irma was one of the most powerful storms that Florida has ever seen. With excellent communication and proper planning however, all of our customers were up and running by the end of the week. Was your Managed Services Provider there for you before and after the storm?

Big News for Office 2013 – Newest Updates for Office

Big News for Office 2013 – Newest Updates for Office

Have you heard about the newest updates for Office 365? Or that Microsoft will no longer be offering Office 2013 for Home, Business, and Students on PC for download from the Office 365 Portal or account pages? Don’t be concerned just yet, your Office 2013 service won’t cut off immediately, but standard support of Office 365 2013 will only continue through Spring 2018.

A Better Security Practice: Two Factor Authentication

A Better Security Practice: Two Factor Authentication

The Heartbleed security bug in 2014 created widespread awareness about Internet credential vulnerabilities.  Certainly, changing your passwords regularly can help stop the information brokers who are selling your login information to the next hacker. However, a better option is using a second factor of authentication. Major service providers like Microsoft and Google fully support two-factor authentication.