roomMaster is stopping all support for Windows 7

Windows 7 officially sunsets on January 14, 2020. We have known this for quite some time and have written about it previously. We have instilled in as many clients as possible the urgency to upgrade. We know some of you do not want to upgrade because of the cost, inconvenience, or the desire to keep things as they were.

 

We understand that the hospitality industry is very cutthroat, very razor margins, and when one of your competitors has better service than what you can provide, your clients will go across the street.

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Get the hardware needed to upgrade to Windows 10 before it’s too late.

The retirement of Windows 7 is going full bore this January 2020. Microsoft has advised multiple times to upgrade to Windows 10. Here at Triton, we have advised clients multiple times to go to Windows 10 as well, and some of you have taken us up and have begun the migration process, and we applaud you for that.

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The Internet Explorer vulnerability (CVE-2019-1367) is a critical zero-day bug.

I mean now, right now, uninstall it – every version of Internet Explorer needs to be removed. On Monday, September 23, Microsoft made an announcement and immediately deployed out-of-band updates for Internet Explorer. This update prevents a script from executing without any interaction by the user. A simple visit to a website can compromise your computer.

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It’s been some time since I made a post, but it needs to be made.

There is a war going on.

Let me backtrack a bit. At Triton Technologies, we are the gatekeepers, the guardians at the gate, the Heimdall to the kingdoms of our clients. We control all the keys, passwords, access, controls, etc. We are entrusted to protect and defend our client’s networks as their managed service provider (MSP) under contract.

Someone has taken notice.

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The Critical Risks of Port Forwarding in Network Security

As a leader in managed IT solutions, Triton Technologies emphasizes the grave dangers of port forwarding within network security frameworks. Our mission is to ensure the utmost protection of our clients’ networks, but the security risks associated with port forwarding present significant challenges to maintaining this safety.

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Welcome to hurricane season 2018!As many of you are aware, hurricane season for 2018 begins June 1 and ends November 30. What does this mean for businesses? Outages, Internet interruptions, server, network, and computer downtime, all of which can translate into a loss of profits. But there are ways to mitigate and or to avoid these kinds of situations: this...

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What better way to beat your competition than to know what they are working on and then steal it? What am I talking about? Corporate espionage. Corporate Espionage and Data BreachesCorporate espionage takes many forms, but what we are seeing recently is a tremendous amount of businesses sending in – for lack of better words – spies to their competition and...

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From time to time, we get clients who wish to purchase their own hardware but have us implement the solution. Most of the time we have no issue with this, but when we encounter a computer that was specifically purchased to save money, knowing that it will alienate the client with their lack of performance, we must advise them that...

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