Drafting Your Cybersecurity Game Plan

The past two months have been tough for sports fans. Hopefully, soon, our favorite players will be back to the courts, fields, and rinks. The good news is that it’s almost NFL draft time. Network Tech is prepared for the start of the new season. But we are always thinking about ways to help you protect your business especially with the increased levels of uncertainty 2020 has seen so far.

MIcrosoft Server, Old yeller, & You!

Oh Microsoft Server 2003 we’ve had a good run. You were there for us when we bought our server, you carried us through our server migration and you handled the virtualization project like a champ! You’ve served the world for 12 long and wonderful years!

But now you’re nothing but a point of risk much like a snarling rabies infected old yeller and it’s time that we put you down…

Now you may be thinking “Hey it’s still running, I don’t need to do anything!” But the “bad guys” have been cooking up new formulas! Viruses, malware, and exploits, they’ve been working long and hard just waiting for the day when Microsoft would no longer patch or support this still popular business operating system.

Top Ranked Managed Service Providers

Penton Technology Names Network Tech
to the MSPmentor 501 Global Edition

8th Annual Report Identifies
World’s Top 501 Managed Service Providers (MSPs)

March 26, 2015: Network Tech has appeared on Penton Technology’s eighth-annual MSPmentor 501 Global Edition, a distinguished list and report identifying the world’s top 501 managed service providers (MSPs). The complete 501 list is currently available on the MSPmentor.

End-of-Support for Windows Server 2003

In July 2010, Microsoft transitioned from providing mainstream support for Windows Server 2003 to releasing critical patches only. July 14, 2015 marks another transition, this time the end of Microsoft support for Windows Server 2003/R2. While this date may seem distant, now is the time to understand that the end of support and the end of life of Windows Server 2003 means that your business needs to ensure that it has a plan to migrate the applications and workloads currently relying on Windows Server 2003 onto Windows Server 2012 R2 or Microsoft Azure.