Bales Technology

Bales Technology

Managed IT Services

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What are the Features of Managed I.T.?
24/7 Monitoring with Monthly Reporting In order to keep your data safe and ensure the best possible amount of uptime for your network, it is important to keep an eye on things.  Many issues can...
Services
Managed Services Keep your network safe 24/7 with support and monitoring as well as a full helpdesk that can be reached at anytime. Simple monthly billing gives you that full time IT employee feel without...
Support
With an active internet connection, we can assist quickly and efficiently. Once you click on the picture below you will be redirected to another website, Contact Us and we will give you a one time...
Frequently Asked Questions
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Recent Posts

Hackers Love Procrastination
The industry reports and associated statistics are all providing the same fundamental insight about the state of cybercrime. A quick internet search of “Cybersecurity Trends”...
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LastPass bug leaks credentials from previous site
LastPass bug leaks credentials from previous site | ZDNet http://ow.ly/AHGz30pxI8J It's never good when your password manager has a bug. This brings up a few...
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Microsoft: Using multi-factor authentication blocks 99.9% of account hacks
Microsoft says that users who enable multi-factor authentication (MFA) for their accounts will end up blocking 99.9% of automated attacks. The recommendation stands not only...
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Logitech wireless USB dongles vulnerable to new hijacking flaws
A security researcher has publicly disclosed new vulnerabilities in the USB dongles (receivers) used Logitech wireless keyboards, mice, and presentation clickers. The vulnerabilities allow...
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