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Guide to Network Racks and Termination Points

Guide to Network Racks and Termination Points

Guide to Network Racks and Termination Points

In this free guide, we offer tips and practices for keeping your networks clean and well-organized, including effective labeling practices (both at networks and termination points), determining appropriate sizing for your network, tips on standard network sizing, network cooling and heating practices, and more. Continue reading

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Network Admin Handbook: Basics, Subnets, IP Addressing, Hardware and Security Considerations

Network Admin Handbook: Basics, Subnets, IP Addressing, Hardware and Security Considerations

A network is a lot like a community. Both a network and a community are made up of hosts. In a community, we’re talking about homes and other buildings; in a network, it’s PCs, servers, and other devices. The roads that deliver traffic between these hosts in the network world are generally Ethernet, although they may include other types of cables.

Ransomware Awareness Poster Pack

Ransomware Awareness Poster Pack

According to 85% of the MSPs surveyed* in 2019, ransomware is one of the most predominant types of malware attacks for small to medium-sized businesses. Also, MSPs further noted that their clients continue to fall victim to ransomware attacks even when they install endpoint detection, pop-up blockers, email filters, plus antivirus software.

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PowerShell Remote Alerts for Firewall, Defender and Antivirus

PowerShell Remote Alerts for Firewall, Defender and Antivirus

If you find that your Windows security  components are suddenly turned off, that might be the first sign of a ransomware attack. On the other hand, these components could simply have been turned off by a user who wanted to stop annoying updates or antivirus messages. Even that, however, opens a gate for possible attack.

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