It’s About Time! – April 2018 Newsletter
Welcome to the April 2018 Newsletter.
We’ve got a lot of exciting changes to announce this month.
New Website Launched
New changes all-around: we just launched our new website. This website you’re looking at is new as of April 2018, and we’d love your feedback. Fill out a form or read an article and send us an email.
Check it out on your phone, computer, or tablet, and let us know how it works.
Get Notified About Cybersecurity Updates and Technology Insights
Copeland Technology Solutions has recently relocated.
It’s time for a change, so we’ve relocated to an updated office space in Tonawanda – it’s about time!
We’re so close to being finished! After many renovations, including new windows, carpet, and freshly painted walls, you’ll no longer find us in the old building we’ve had for 20 years. We will be located at 150 Wales Avenue in Tonawanda.
Did You Know …
In History: On April 4th, 1975, Bill Gates and Paul Allen founded Microsoft in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and developed the BASIC software for MITS and their Altair 8800 PC.
Cybersecurity: 62% of SMBs don’t have an up-to-date or active cybersecurity strategy in place.
Myth: Hackers only go after large companies.
Fact: Most cyber attacks happen to small and midsize companies.
How To Arm Your Company Against Email Phishing Scams
Phishing threats are very real in 2018, but did you know they are 100% preventable? Make sure all your employees are efficiently educated on the risks and necessary precautions and learn how you can practically protect your company from phishing scams.
Spring Cleaning and the Importance of IT Maintenance in 2018
Unfortunately, legacy IT equipment just doesn’t have a place in the office anymore, especially when it makes your company more susceptible to cyber attacks and data breaches. We recommend a practical (and affordable) 5-year technical upgrade process coupled with some old-fashioned elbow grease, just in time for spring cleaning.
July 19, 2018
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