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How to Set Up Out of Office Auto Replies in Outlook

So, you’re going to be out of the office for a while. Work is going to continue on without you, and nobody wants to be checking their emails while on vacation. In this post, we will go over setting up an auto-reply and advanced options to help ensure that nothing falls through the cracks while you’re away.

Testing Backups Against Ransomware

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This especially applies to ransomware. Any article you read on the subject will say that to prevent it, exercise common sense and have a good backup plan. The latter got me thinking. How do we know if the backup plan is good?

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Networking Your Virtual Lab

As you expand your virtual lab, you may need to segment the lab network from your home or office network. Today, we will configure a virtual router to provide your virtual lab network with access to the internet.

An Updated Ransomware Prevention Guide

Ransomware is evolving. Your protection should too. From malicious emails to brute-force attacks, you need to stay on your toes to ensure that your data doesn’t fall victim to ransomware. In this post, we will discuss some advanced methods of protecting yourself from this threat.

Remove Users from Office 365 Using PowerShell

Today, You have to disable a user’s access to Office 365 services. No big deal right? That is, until you find out that you will have to perform the same process multiple times. Whether you’re in-house or working for an MSP that services multiple clients, you need to ensure that the process is always handled the same way.

Stop Falling for Tech Support Scams

Picture this.  You’re browsing the web when, BAM, a message pops up on your screen telling you that your computer is infected with a virus.  You try to close the message, but it keeps coming back.  What do you do here?  How are you going to get rid of the message?  In the message, you notice an 800 number to call with the promise that they will get you back up and running again.

How to Buy a New PC

It’s tax season! Some of you may be getting a refund and can’t wait to blow that money on a shiny new PC. Before you take your refund check and run to the computer store, be sure to read on.