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TBNG Warriors - Team Building at its Muddiest

As some of the most daring individuals at TBNG consulting lined up together on August 19th to test their mettle as a group for the Warrior Dash in Torrington CT, many thought this could be their last outing as a group with all their respective body parts in place. Armed with nothing but an old pair of throwaway shoes and a custom-made shirt, this motley crew comprised of sales, engineering, and operations for the company met the challenges head-on in what comprised of a 3-mile obstacle course race.

While some of the obstacles were challenging and fun, nothing could top the total mud immersion of “Muddy Mayhem”, 100 feet of crawling in mud under barbed wire. Tackling each obstacle was probably the most fun this group has had in a long time. They were all physically demanding, mentally taxing, but as a whole, we totally loved it. Every employee managed to cross the finish line and was banged up, tired, cut, scraped, and bruised. Through all this, the team was feeling victorious and exhilarated and there was actual talk of taking on the next OCR race, one even more challenging.

At the finish line, the music was blasting, contests were going on, people were eating, drinking beer, and partying it up. The TBNG team did not disappoint in this aspect either.

Onto the next OCR!

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According to the US Department of Homeland Security, the number one way to protect yourself from costly ransomware attacks is by implementing and maintaining a strong backup and disaster recovery solution.

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Top Ten Tips Before You Call the Help Desk

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TBNG Welcomes New Account Executive Andy Stubbs

TBNG Consulting announced today the addition of Andy Stubbs to their expanding sales team as an Account Executive.

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Are Hackers Targeting Your School?

Cyber Security is often promoted throughout our K-12 school landscape in terms of web-filtering or social media awareness (e.g. anti-bullying campaigns).  The efforts of the aforementioned no doubt protect students from nefarious elements and allow educators and administrators a view into the “electronic school yard.”   However, K-12 networks and the vast amount of personal data they store can be an inviting target for black-hat hackers.  With the onslaught of shrinking municipal budgets coupled with over-worked or reduced IT staff, network security best practices can sometimes take a back seat on the proverbial technology bus.

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7 Key Steps to Prevent Getting Hacked

There are seven key steps you can take to prevent getting hacked:

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March Madness – Who are you rooting for as your favorite MSP?

One and done, one and done.

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Ransomware: Prepare Now or Pay Later

The Current Issue: WannaCry Outbreak

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End of Support Notice for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

Support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 ends on April 11, 2017. What does End of Life exactly mean? According to Microsoft Support, the following Exchange elements will cease:

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