This past Wednesday, the FBI confirmed that a group called Ransomware Evil and Software Sodinokibi were the ones behind the latest large-profile cybersecurity attack on international meat produce, JBS Foods. Although the company claimed that customer, supplier, and employee data hadn't been compromised, the attack still left a harmful effect on operations and company privacy.
With more devices, apps, and users than ever before, there is additional complexity when it comes to managing and protecting user access in your business. Did you know that 80% of data breaches are caused by weak, reused, or stolen passwords? These unprotected passwords are what create endless risks for your business, making it all the more important to ensure password security among your employees.
If you missed last week’s webinar on Mike Ritsema’s top 6 Microsoft Outlook functions, we’ve brought you a recording of it! Select the topics you are interested in below:
0:50 How to work offline in Outlook - send all
2:11 How to customize the Outlook top ribbon - save the folder; attach file; delay delivery
4:15 How to create quick parts and email templates
7:05 How to create quick steps - right clicking on emails - moving to folders
9:00 How to reply with IM - through Outlook, you can share to Teams and OneNote
10:20 How to share my calendar through email
11:27 How to create auto-text
13:30 How to create rules in Outlook to organize your emails
Mike also went over his favorite Teams functions a few weeks ago, so if you are interested, you can view that video below:
As the saying goes… in this world, nothing is certain except death and taxes. Although it originated more than 200 years ago, this notion still stands true today, but it now holds even more of a burden and complexity thanks to hackers and their ever-present quest to steal your identity.
i3 Business Solutions acquires the assets of Computer Alliance Incorporated from Farmington Hills, Michigan
At the beginning of the quarter, i3 Business Solutions acquired the assets of Computer Alliance (CAI), an IBM-system reseller in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Mike Ritsema, President of i3, and Joe Love, Owner of CAI, go back 15 years and have a common history with IBM, so when Joe reached out to Mike, they began discussing a business transition.