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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.

Beringer Technology Group Recognized for Excellence in Managed IT Services by CRN – Computer Reseller News

CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Beringer Technology Group to its 2017 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list in the Pioneer 250 category. This annual list recognizes North American solution providers with cutting-edge approaches to delivering managed services. Their offerings help companies navigate the complex and ever-changing landscape of IT, improve operational efficiencies, and maximize their return on IT investments.

Cyber Security – A Few Steps to Keep your Business Safe

Cyber security is critical for keeping your business safe. Most Small businesses believe that they are not a target and sometimes prioritize other IT projects over security, but a majority of small businesses are likely to be less secure and more vulnerable for cyber attacks. Last year 43% of cyber-attacks worldwide were against Small businesses.

Cyber Security – Keeping Data Secure in a Connected World

Did you know that 75% of network attacks and intrusions come from exploiting weak or stolen passwords? How about that the average  amount of time an attacker stays in a network before being detected is over 140 days? Once inside the network, it’s next to impossible to tell what the attacker has done and we’ve all seen the repercussions from such attacks in the news.

Cyber Security: Keep your Username & Password Protected

Did you know that 75% of network attacks and intrusions come from exploiting weak or stolen passwords? How about that the average amount of time an attacker stays in a network before being detected is over 140 days? Once inside the network it’s next to impossible to tell what that attacker has done. We’ve all seen the repercussions from such attacks in the news.

CRM for Distribution version 2016.0.16 is ready for release!

In this latest version, we’ve tested & certified that CRM for Distribution is ready for the latest release of Microsoft CRM 2016.  We’ve also added enhancements to the sales history process and the Outlook client, as well as implemented some fixes to ensure CRM for Distribution is running optimally.  Please reach out to discuss scheduling your upgrade.