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Optimum Voice SIP Trunking now certified with Barracuda Networks' CudaTel 270 Communications Server

 

Today, it was announced that Optimum Voice® SIP Trunking is now certified with Barracuda Networks' CudaTel 270 Communication Server. The pre-certified solution delivers high quality, reliable voice service for small businesses that want to take advantage of an Internet Protocol (IP) Private Branch Exchange (PBX) system while avoiding the costs of an analog gateway or a traditional T-1 solution.

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Does your website have the three R's?

 Make sure your website is featured high in search results! It's vital to the success of your business to have a properly built website in today's rapidly evolving technological world.

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Fax to email: The future of document sending

In this edition of the MJJT Consultants IT blog, we are going to discuss a better way to send documents over the wire. Fax to email is a new technology that enables you to link your business fax number to an email address and then converts all faxes to a PDF file.

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Cloud computing: Understanding new technology

 Cloud computing. For a new startup, this is a great way to begin without needing a large amount of initial cash.For larger companies, this can be a bit costly for many different aspects, but mainly for the amount of information that needs to be transferred.

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Virus holds computer files ransom

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - By Elizabeth Rawlins

A computer virus is holding files hostage. Hackers are targeting people and businesses across the nation. It's called Cryptolock. It comes in the form of an email from what appears to be a legitimate business. Once you click on the link in the email, you become its next hostage. Joel Gulick, CFO of Computer Solutions, says some customers received an email from what they thought was UPS. It included a tracking number link for a package.

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Password strength—How secure is your password?

 Studies show that changing a password every three months is good for internal protection in the office.

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Bringing your own devices to work

The biggest problem for the IT departments at small or large companies is when employees bring their own devices to work. There is no necessity for employees to bring their own devices to the work place. The problems they can cause to your network (both purposefully and accidentally) can be catastrphoic for your business.

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What's your Business's New Years Resolution?

 it's that time of year again—time to review your networks and computers so you can understand your risk of disaster. Check out the 10 questions we feel you should ask yourself concerning your business.

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PCI Compliance

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