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What if your business experienced a disaster? Join us on Thursday, May 8th at noon to hear from StorageCraft’s Shawn Massey. Fire. Hardrive failure. Flood. Virus. Organizations have fallen victim to viruses like the Crypotlocker in recent months without a disaster recovery plan. How do you protect your organization from viruses like it, natural disaster, […]
We’re gearing up for an awesome event with the Willmar Lakes Area Chamber on March 20th! With support ending for Windows XP, many of you may be wondering how your business will handle the transition. Attend this great lunch & learn at the Willmar Conference Center for only $20 per person to learn more! […]
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Are you using public Wi-fi to bank, shop or send personal information? If so, your sensitive information might be at risk. Make sure you are using the right precautions to keep yourself safe while using public Wi-fi. 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS partnered with Computer Forensic Services to put Wi-Fi and major websites to the test. […]
“Noooooooooooooo! Don’t put it on your desktop!” Have you ever been a victim of saving too many things on your desktop and then lost it?! Why don’t IT professionals want you to save things to your desktop anyway? It’s so convenient. You can find things there. Why wouldn’t you do that? When you save something […]
Rootkits, worms, Trojans… OH MY! We get asked these questions a lot, “So is it a virus or malware – really what’s the difference? And does my antivirus software work to protect me from malware?” This article below explains the difference. Depending on how technically correct you want to be, viruses are a subset of […]
In case you didn’t notice, we’re all about security here at Bennett. And I don’t know about you but I struggle just to remember what I’m supposed to do each day but trying to remember 4,567,290 passwords is just too much. (Ok, I’m exaggerating but it feels like that.) With all the recent notifications of […]