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Responza understands how important it is for small businesses to have productivity tools that let them to do their best work. These tools need to always be up-to-date. They also need to have the information that matters most to you, available and accessible - anywhere, anytime.
We're excited to show you how #Office365 does this for Turbine Test Services, a professional services company with four employees that work together across two states to maintain wind turbines along America's wind corridor. No matter your business or industry, Responza can help you work easily and flexibly, just like Turbine Test Services. Check it out!

In this video we take a deeper look at how Microsoft Office 365 helps small business owner Scott Naucler and his three employees work together across two states…

7 Key Stats that Size Up the Cybercrime Deluge

Updated data on zero-days, IoT threats, cryptomining, and economic costs should keep eyebrows raised in 2018.

Keylogging Software Discovered in Hundreds of HP Laptop Models:

A researcher finds more than 460 models have the hidden software pre-installed.

Have a look at how we at Responza keep our clients safe from viruses!
#localIT #WannaCry #ITsecurity

The negative business impact felt worldwide following the WannaCry ransomware attack reminds us of the importance to be vigilant and use best practices to protect our systems. While 300,000 business systems in over 150 countries were affected, none of Responza’s clients were impacted. At Responza, w...

Fraud is everywhere, even in your e-mail. Check out our tips to avoid becoming the next victim!

Don't be the next victim of the latest UPS fraud e-mail! Come see how you can protect yourself with our helpful tips!

Twitter Scams: How to avoid them
Scammers are now bold to work their victims in plain sight. See how to keep yourself safe!

Scams can happen in any shape in form. Some can be private, some out for the world to see. Check out how to spot Twitter scams and how to avoid them.

From the blog: Should you switch to Mac? IBM has and is saving hundreds, find out if you should too!

Considering a new computer for yourself or a team member? Think about making the switch to Mac. See how it has saved IBM hundreds per user.

This is a great read not only for those in tech jobs but in any job!

Flex hours, email control, and working in sprints can help tech employees manage workplace stress. Here are eight tips from members of the C-suite.

Some time in our life we have all come in contact with one scam or another, have a look at the ones that fooled the most people!

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We all have our favorite fictional IT guy! Who is yours?

Gilfoyle, Tony Stark, Scotty, Q -- these fictional IT people and engineers are just like us ... only, maybe, not quite so cool - Page 20

Spreading some #Responza love here in the Lowcountry! #shoplocal #localIT

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Next time you travel, make sure your taking precautions to protect your data. This includes keeping your devices close to you at all time, password protecting everything, and using a secure VPN to access the internet.

So, it’s finally time for you to take that trip that you’ve been waiting for. Now is your chance to blow off some steam and have a great time. Have fun! You most certainly deserve it. While you a…

A new virus is getting around. It's called Pony, and disguises itself as a Microsoft Publisher file. As always, keep an eye out for email attachments from people you don't know. Never open an attachment you're not expecting.

What happened? Security experts recently discovered that criminals have begun distributing Pony malware disguised as Microsoft Publisher file attachments in a new type of phishing email. Sending malw…

A new type of Mac malware is making the rounds. Find out how you can best protect your devices.

Take these steps to protect your Mac from infection by the recently identified Xagent malware.

Security experts are shocked that Microsoft canceled its February security patch. Stay tuned for further updates on the release of the next round of patches.

Patch experts struggled with Microsoft's decision to cancel this month's updates, pointing out that known vulnerabilities will go unpatched and IT planning was disrupted.

Take control over your OneDrive uploads. There are built in options to pause, shut down, or throttle the upload process.

Sometimes you need a break from the cloud when your internet connection isn't the greatest.