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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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Windows and iTunes Create an Administrator Vulnerability
Windows 10 and iTunes can create a large breach for unwitting systems or network administrators. Read more. | Read More »

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IT Security in the Wake of WannaCry
For the June edition of Hanson Headlines for 2017, I sit down with Chris Ratcliffe for a discussion on proper IT Security protocol for business. We touch on the different types of Malware ("by any other name..."), share an event at Hanson, and include a distressing email from a client. | Read More »

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