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Beringer Technology Group Named One of ClickDimensions’ 2019 Top-Performing Partners

July 17, 2019: Beringer Technology Group announced today that ClickDimensions, the leading marketing technology and services provider for Microsoft Dynamics 365, has named Beringer Technology Group as their Top Revenue Growth Partner of the Year. The new annual awards program aligns with ClickDimensions’ partner year and honors Microsoft Dynamics 365 partner companies for their outstanding partner year performance.

Beringer Technology Group Named One of 2019 Tech Elite Solution Providers by CRN®

Beringer Technology Group Named One of 2019 Tech Elite Solution Providers by CRN®
Tech Elite 250 List Recognizes Highest Achieving IT Solution Providers in Vendor Certifications
Maple Shade, NJ, May 8, 2019 – Beringer Technology Group announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Beringer Technology Group to its 2019 Tech Elite 250 list.

The Petya Ransomware Outbreak

This new version of the Petya ransomware is spreading rapidly, affecting organizations, businesses, and end users, turning into an outbreak reminiscent of the one caused by WannaCry.  It has already impacted many organizations, both large and small.

The attackers are distributing the ransomware, dubbed Petya, via a malicious email campaign targeting human resource departments.

Emails have feelings too!

You receive communications from your customers on a daily basis from a variety of sources, such as email, web submission forms, support cases, etc. Imagine if you could have instant visibility to how your customers are FEELING based on the text they send you without reading it. Angry customers can be addressed immediately via a phone call from a real person. Happy customers can be sent an automatic email and receive a personal follow up within a day or two.

Zero-Day Threats – Protecting your email from global cyber attacks

At this point, everyone has probably heard the term “zero-day” exploit or virus. But what does it actually mean? A zero-day exploit is a flaw in an operating system or software that no one has discovered yet. This means that there aren’t patches or ways to stop the virus once it has been released. Most brand-new ransomware, viruses or malware fall under this category.