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You are a talented business owner, and you know how to deliver the best products and services to your customers.

That's what you do.
In reality, you have to deal with many unexpected challenges that are not part of your business strategy, such as your IT infrastructure.

That's where we can help.

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Lot of 9 computers- Dell Optiplex 990 (8 pcs) and 1 Optiplex 9010 and 9 monitors

For sale- lot of 9 computers, with monitors:
1- Optiplex 990/ Intel i3 - 2100@3.1Ghz/ 4Gb/ 250Gb/ Intel HD/ Windows 7 Pro
2- Optiplex 990/ Intel i5 - 2400@3.1Ghz/ 4Gb/ 500Gb/ Intel HD/ Windows 7 Pro
3- Optiplex 990/ Intel i5 - 2400@3.1Ghz/ 4Gb/ 500Gb/ Intel HD/ Windows 7 Pro
4- Optiplex 990/ Intel i5 - 2400@3.1Ghz/ 4Gb/ 250Gb/ Intel HD/ Windows 7 Pro
5- Optiplex 990/ Intel i5 - 2400@3.1Ghz/ 4Gb/ 500Gb/ Intel HD/ Windows 7 Pro
6- Optiplex 990/ Intel i5 - 2400@3.1Ghz/ 4Gb/ 500Gb/ Intel HD/ Windows 7 Pro

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'Critical' Microsoft Office hack uses fake Word documents to install malware

A new exploit, reported by McAfee, uses trick Microsoft office files to install malware on a user's machine and can bypass existing protection methods.

Here is some very important article we found on TechRepublic http://www.techrepublic.com/article/critical-microsoft-office-hack-uses-...

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Windows 10 snooping: Microsoft reveals what data it collects about you and why


Ahead of next week's rollout of the Creators Update, Microsoft is releasing more information about the diagnostic data it collects.
By Nick Heath | April 5, 2017, 9:00 AM PST

Microsoft is shedding more light on the data that Windows 10 collects from users' machines.

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Hackers claim to have compromised 300 million iCloud accounts, demand money from Apple

A group of hackers calling themselves the Turkish Crime Family claim that they will wipe millions of stolen iCloud accounts if Apple doesn't meet their demands.
A group of hackers claim to have access to hundreds of millions of iCloud user accounts, and they're threatening to wipe the data if Apple doesn't pay up. Originally reported by Motherboard, the group wants Apple to turn over $75,000 worth of Bitcoin or $100,000 in order for them to delete their copy of the data.

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macOS malware on the rise as Apple silently patches a mysterious new threat called Proton

No one is safe from malware these days, even macOS users. 2017 has been a banner year for malware on Apple computers, including a new threat that allows total remote control from a web console.

Apple recently patched macOS security software Xprotect so it can identify popular malware like Xagent. The same update included a fix for several other types of malware, including one that was previously unknown: OSX.Proton.A.

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