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Multi Factor Authentication – The New Normal

Multi Factor Authentication - The New Normal
Multi-factor Authentication... This is a pain - I have to put my password in and THEN I get to answer a text and enter a code? OR I have to press another button OR approve a connection???
Why should I use Multi Factor Authentication ?
It's simple - this is by far the best way to stop a hacker from accessing your account - EVEN IF they get your username and password.

You’ve got the power with Microsoft Power Platform

Is your organization feeling stale?  Do you have data, but don't know how to leverage it?  Do you need more data, either from your team or external sources?  Does your team lack efficiency?  If you've answered "yes" to any of these, then you should definitely check out the Microsoft Power Platform.

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Business Preparation for the Coronavirus

By now everyone has heard about the Coronavirus.  It is rapidly spreading around the world.  Governments in an effort to slow the spread of the virus have instituted travel bans and whole cities in China are in quarantine.  Businesses in the US are just starting to feel the consequences of having the Chinese parts of their supply chain disrupted by government commerce shutdowns.

Covid-19 and the mad rush to work from home

The advent of Covid-19, a Coronavirus, is accelerating a trend we have been seeing with our clients for many years.  Employers are seeking out the best person for the job regardless of where they may be located.  Many of our clients have employees scattered around the country, and some are using people resources from around the world.

Microsoft Updates Extended Support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2

Microsoft Updates Extended Support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2

Microsoft is now reminding customers who are still running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, or Windows Server 2008 that these products are no longer covered under the monthly standard updates cycle.

Microsoft Security Updates February 2020 – Release Notes

Microsoft Security Updates February 2020 – Release Notes
Microsoft’s February security updates releases include updates for the following applications:
• Microsoft Windows
• Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML-based)
• Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based)
• ChakraCore
• Internet Explorer
• Microsoft Exchange Server
• Microsoft SQL Server
• Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps
• Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool
• Windows Surface Hub

This link has the full list of what updates are included : ADV200003

The following links have FAQs with additional information about the named update, along with any known issues or special steps to complete the installation.