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Is My Copier Spying on Me?

Vulnerabilities in IoT As the phrase “Internet of Things” or IoT enters our cultural vernacular, many wonder what this new term means. The Internet of Things Simply put, IoT is the term given to connecting non-traditional devices to a computer network – most notably the Internet. Businesses have been connecting “things” to the network for…

Remember . . . Always Practice Safe BYOD

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Into Your Business No matter what blog or magazine read these days, it seems like everyone is talking about today’s increasingly mobile workforce and the BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) movement. We live in an exciting time when work can be done at any time from any place. Employees love the fact that…

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What is Hyper-convergence?

What is Hyper-Convergence?   It seems like a new buzzword or acronym is developed in the IT industry daily. As a small business, it can be difficult to cut through the noise and identify what technology is the right fit for you. Most recently, the term “hyper-convergence,” or hyper-scale computing, has made its debut. This…

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CIT Helps SMB’s Trim the Fat From Data Center Costs

At Corporate Information Technologies we help SMB’s deploy Data Center’s (both in Charlotte and remote locations).  Our implementation of MSP (Managed Service Provider) and MSSP(Managed Security Service Provider) helps SMB’s control cost while providing Enterprise level IT services .  See how Corporate Information Technologies can help you control cost . . . When smaller businesses…

The Situation – Microsoft Windows XP – Part 2

Updates: Will Microsoft Security Essentials be supported after April 8, 2014? Microsoft Security Essentials will not be available for download on Windows XP after April 8, 2014. If you already have Microsoft Security Essentials installed, you will continue to receive anti-malware signature updates through July 14, 2015. However, please note that PCs running Windows XP…

The top 5 ways to avoid getting hacked while visiting Russia (or anywhere, for that matter)

Yesterday (Feb 5 2014) NBC News ran a story claiming that if you bring your mobile phone or laptop to the Sochi Olympics, it’ll immediately be hacked the moment you turn it on. The story was fabricated. After further examination we found that the technical details of the hack didn’t make sense. Really, the exploit…