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Don’t Stoke the Flames – Build a Firewall
imageIt's no secret that the Internet is full of dangerous activity. Too many people think their networks are safe without any kind of protection. We don't mean to say that the Internet isn't safe, but that it's only as safe as you make it for yourself. In order to keep your small business safe, you should implement protective software, like a firewall.
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Enjoy the Party – Let the Hosts Do the Hard Work for You!!
imageHosting the party isn't for everyone; it's a matter of space, cost, and responsibility. You could be the life of the party, but nobody would know because you're so busy making sure that everything is set and ready to rumble. Wouldn't it be easier if you could just hire someone to take care of all the little details for you, so you could enjoy the fruits of your labor?
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Desktop Virtualization – Is it Worth it?
imageThe world is slowly being overrun by machinery, and we are finding new uses for it every day. While not an entirely new subject, desktop virtualization is something that has become increasingly popular over the past few years, and it's easy to see why. 
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XP Support is Down, but Not Out
imageThe news that Microsoft no longer supports Windows XP, one of its most successful operating systems, was a great blow to many who loved the software. The greatest blow, however, will likely prove to be hackers, who will be able to break into the system now that Microsoft is not providing security patches.
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June 2014

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Don’t Stoke the Flames – Build a Firewall
Enjoy the Party – Let the Hosts Do the Hard Work for You!
Desktop Virtualization – Is it Worth it?
XP Support is Down, but Not Out
 
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BEAR is excited to announce that our hours of operation have changed effective May 1, 2014. You can reach our helpdesk from 7am to 7pm, Monday - Friday!

 
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