How to Handle Security and Manage Risk with a Contractor or Remote Worker?

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Working with a contractor or remote worker can be a great way to expand your business, but it also comes with a certain level of risk. In this post, we’ll discuss the steps you can take to protect your business from potential security breaches and other risks associated with contract workers. We’ll also provide tips […]

How prepared is your CPA to handle the “already filed” situation?

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While tax season may be over for some people, others are dealing with the aftermath of data breaches and identity theft. A friend working with a CPA, said out of 350 users they filed returns for, about 30 came back as “already filed” meaning someone has already fraudulently filed with that SSN and claimed the […]

Computer Virtualization

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Server Virtualization Improve Server Performance and Virtualization For small businesses in San Jose, Santa Clara and San Francisco, Bay Area concerned with underutilized servers or escalating IT costs, virtualization offers relief by fundamentally changing the way IT resources are managed and deployed. Virtualization reduce hardware costs, save space in the data center or server room, […]

Windows Small Business Server (SBS)

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SBS 2003, 2007, 2011: Setup, Management, and Technical Support When you are running a small business or non-profit organization, juggling priorities is second nature. On one hand, optimizing every resource is critical to your profit margin or providing the best services to serve your mission. On the other hand, you need to protect your valuable […]

Microsoft Office 365 Login Phishing Attack

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Recently, eSudo has been getting a lot of questions regarding emails from what seems to be Microsoft Office 365 to change a password or to update credentials for their log-in account. Please take a few minutes to read this article and The 10 Things You Can Do to Keep Your Company Email More Safe (see […]

eSudo News Alert: an uptick in home computer cyber attacks

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With the novel Coronavirus pandemic, many people are working from home and often with fewer security defenses on their home network that they would have in the office. For example, many people are using a wireless network that is not protected or network without any firewall at home.

Small Business Networking

Why a network is an essential productivity tool for any small business Effective technology is essential for small businesses looking to increase the productivity of their people and business. Introducing technology such as a computer networks can help them to stay competitive by increasing productivity and by reducing hardware costs. Even simple networks make sharing […]

What you need to know about WannaCry Ransomware

What you need to know about WannaCry Ransomware

As a courtesy notice, eSudo would like to update you on the latest information regarding the WannaCry Ransomware attack. To help, we have put together an action plan to help fight this threat.

Windows Server 2003 Migration Services

An URGENT Security Warning For San Jose, Fremont, and San Francisco Businesses and Non-Profits Running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 If your organization is currently running either Microsoft Windows Server 2003 or Exchange 2003 (Small Business Server) on any Dell, IBM or HP servers in your office, you need to know about a dangerous security threat […]