Familiarity ≠ Reliability: How Old Equipment Can Hurt Business
School is back in session. In that spirit, we'd like to share a timely IT lesson with you: namely how just because equipment is familiar, doesn't mean it is better or reliable. Also in this issue, you will find further information on keeping hardware up to date, a TEDx Talk about teaching kids about computers, and the new section, the #InfoSec Fast Five! | Read More »

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The Hardware Life Expectancy Interview with Brian Boatman
In this brief interview, Hanson Information Systems' senior systems administrator Brian Boatman discusses the real cost of hardware degradation, from the importance of timely updates, to why new equipment is always a better investment than older equipment. | Read More »

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Hanson Headlines - How Hosted Exchange Can Help You
As the heat ratchets upward, another edition of Hanson Headlines hits your inbox! This month we take a minute to share our Hanson Hosted Exchange email service, learn about SSL certificates and why websites need them, and take a look at what companies can do to ensure mobile devices are secure, as well as introduce a new article series. | Read More »

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Hanson Headlines - Copy, right?
The grass is green and the sun is shining, hello and welcome to the July edition of Hanson Headlines. In this issue, read about how globalization has resounding effects on the internet, some conflicting views on technology use and "technology addiction," as well as a curious blockchain development just a few hours south of us. | Read More »

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Hanson Headlines - Same As It Ever Was
The weather is warming, and this months issue of Hanson Headlines is hot off the presses! In the June 2018 issue, we take a trip back in time to look at the 1998 testimony before Congress by the l0pht hacker group, trends in information technology, as well as take a brief moment to review some best practices regarding phishing. | Read More »

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Hanson Headlines - New Product Announcement and More!
For the May 2018 edition of Hanson Headlines, we have decided to focus on what's new. So what is new, you ask? New products, new service vehicles, special contact lenses... | Read More »

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Is Your Business Practicing Info Sec Best Practices?
April showers bring...more news and updates about IT security from around the world. What updates exactly? How about phishing and social engineering, a slew of possible 4G LTE security flaws, a new type of DDoS attack to watch out for that uses an existing tool that's probably on your computer, and an artist who uses robots to draw portraits. | Read More »

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Hanson Headlines - Technology in 2018
We've made it to March, so we at Hanson Headlines thought you may care to read a little bit about some technology news: from MIT's list of breakthrough tech, to the decline of the CD. | Read More »

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Hanson Headlines - Web Security for Small Business
February is often a time of relaxing on New Year goals among other things, but we at Hanson Headlines push onward into 2018 with more IT news, including website security, Intel's new processor, and some tips to giving yourself a break. | Read More »

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Meltdown and Spectre Processor Vulnerabilities
Yesterday, an announcement was made that described a recently-discovered pair of hardware vulnerabilities affecting computer processors. As a result, we would like to take this opportunity to... | Read More »

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