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Windows 11 is Here

Posted on November 15, 2021

Windows 11 is finally here and this is just the start of a lot of exciting changes Microsoft is planning to bring in the next year. So what new and exciting changes is Windows 11 bringing?

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Tagged: General, Apogee News, IT News, windows, microsoft, future, 2021

Apogee IT Services is the Right MSP For You

Posted on October 21, 2021

Managed Services Providers, like Apogee IT Services, have become increasingly common for all companies because of their ability to be proactive rather than reactive. We are experts in our field and meet you with open arms to ensure we can provide exactly what your organization needs. 

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Tagged: General, IT News, #TeamApogee, technology, IT consulting, 2021

The History of Cyber Security Month

Posted on October 13, 2021

The National Cyber Security Alliance and the U.S Department of Homeland Security launched the first Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October 2004. This was in an effort to help ensure that all Americans were safer online. As this first came to play, it focused on awareness and advice to ensure that everyone was using a secure network. Since the beginning, this month has continued to expand its participation through industries engaging their customers, employees and the general public in cybersecurity awareness.  

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Tagged: General, technology, Data breach, Cyberthieves, 2021

National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Posted on October 11, 2021

October marks Cybersecurity Awareness Month, an internationally recognized campaign each October to help the public learn more about the importance of cyber security.  

No single security method is good enough to ward off every vulnerability, which is why Apogee’s clients have multi-layer security profiles. With The Apogees 7 layers of security,  you’ll have peace of mind knowing you have considered everything you can to secure your business. 

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Tagged: IT Security, General, Security, cybersecurityawarenessmonth, Apogee, customerexperience, 7layers

On The Road with Paul Cronin

Posted on October 07, 2021

I am on the road again. Today my train ride took me to a Hospital, different than my normal airport destination. I arrived early so I took in some coffee before the procedure.

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Are You Using Your Personal Laptop For Work?

Posted on October 04, 2021

As the number of remote workers increase, so does the sales of personal laptops. 

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Tagged: General, IT News, #TeamApogee, Cyberthieves, ITServices, 2021, remoteworking

On the Road Again with Paul Cronin

Posted on September 11, 2021

As I boarded my flight today I sat in my seat and reflected. I could never say anything more impactful, heartfelt or factual then what has been covered, shared and felt to date.

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Challenges faced by Remote Workers

Posted on August 20, 2021

Companies and their employees have met many challenges with the transition to remote working. Examples of these challenges include their computers at home being slow,  many distractions while being home and not having all of the resources at home that you would normally have in the office. 

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Tagged: IT Security, Apogee News, #TeamApogee, 2021, remoteworking

Delivering the Ultimate Client Experience

Posted on August 18, 2021

Apogee is focused on delivering the ultimate client experience. Our clients share the great experiences they have with Apogee through a tool called Smileback. We provide this survey immediately following their interactions with us. Using this platform has increased our customer feedback through a simplified, one-click solution. Enjoy this minute long video as we share our customer's experiences with you. 

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Tagged: Apogee News, Help Desk, #TeamApogee, Interested, Smileback

LockBit Ransomware Attack on Accenture

Posted on August 11, 2021

As of Tuesday Evening, August 10th, LockBit Ransomware announced that they have hacked Accenture, a multinational consulting firm with more then half a million employees. According to Accenture, there has been no effect on any of their customers information or any of their personal operations. According to ZDNet.com the company shared, "Through our security controls and protocols, we identified irregular activity in one of our environments. We immediately contained the matter and isolated the affected servers. We fully restored our affected systems from back up," the company said." 

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Tagged: IT Security, IT News, Ransomware, Cyber Security

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