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Third Party Patch Roundup – July 2016

Hunting for new ways to get into networks is not a seasonal activity; that means there’s no rest for the weary IT pro this month.

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From mainframe to cloud: it’s technology déjà vu all over again

Let’s take a look at how we got from mainframe to cloud and what that progression might portend for future trends.

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10 ways to prevent ransomware headaches [infographic]

One of the most effective ways to fight this cyber-menace is education, and that’s why we’ve prepared an infographic, with 10 of the most efficient ways for battling against ransomware in your organization.

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Ransomware FUD strikes again, this time against Office 365

In case you’ve been enjoying a luddite vacation for the past couple of weeks, you might have seen some of the headlines about ransomware targeting Office 365.

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Hacked by a purchase order. How it can happen.

It was just another day at the office. Morning coffee in one hand and in the other my mouse was going through the unread emails in my mailbox. Then, there it was.

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July 2016 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

July might not look like the good old days of Tuesdays Past when we only had to deal with four or five patches, but 11 feels like a fairly light load at this point.

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Quarterly updates for Exchange are out – Q2 2016

Just in time for summer holidays, BBQs, and fireworks, Microsoft has released the latest series of Cumulative Updates for Exchange 2016 and 2013, as well as Update Rollups for Exchange 2010 and 2007.

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The money game (or how tech is changing the way we pay)

Once upon a time, not all that long ago, monetary transactions were pretty simple: People were paid for work or for items in cash or with a paper check.

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