It’s Not The End Of The World, Just Microsoft Office 2010
The end of support for Microsoft Office 2010 is looming (October 13, 2020) and the end of life for two more products are closing in. The end of support for SharePoint 2010 and Project Server 2010 in April 2021. But it doesn’t have to be the end of the world (or even a big hassle)…
Can’t Text or Make Calls? It Could Be SIM Jacking
You’ve probably experienced the frustration of a smartphone that suddenly dies; usually following a hard drop or software update. But what if only part of it stops working, like the ability to make phone calls and send texts? The problem might not be your phone at all, but cyberthieves who’ve stolen your phone’s identity through…
Cincinnati IT Company Crowned Champion Again in Open Book Management International Competition
Intrust IT earned its 2nd All-Star Champion Award from the Great Game of Business. They competed against 28 companies in the U.S. and abroad.
Certified Cybersecurity Consultant Dave Hatter Earns CISSP, CCSP and Other Security Certifications
Certified Cybersecurity Consultant Dave Hatter, of Intrust IT in Cincinnati, holds four prestigious security-related IT certifications.
Know Your RTO & RPO For Disaster Recovery Time
If you are like many small business executives, you don’t know what your RTO or RPO are for your business — at least according to a recent article in Small Business Trends. Learn what these mean for your disaster recovery time and business continuity. What are RTO and RPO? RTO stands for recovery time objective…
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Guide For A COVID Work-From-Anywhere World
If you don’t have Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) set up for your Microsoft 365 email account (or any email account), you need to set it up – TODAY. Email based attacks have been on the rise as data thieves are adjusting to the COVID Work-From-Anywhere culture. Even if you do currently use MFA – it’s time…
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