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See the new Mullarky Business Systems Partners Page

We have a new Mullarky Business Systems Partners page.    Find the page (much like this post) at https://www.mbswi.com/about/mullarky-business-systems-partners/ Mullarky business systems is proud to work with many fine global, national and Wisconsin firms – all there to help us do a better job of serving you, our clients.  Here’s a sampling of Mullarky Business Systems Partners:Datto – […]

VoIP Services, Business Phones

VoIP Services Proudly Offered by Mullarky Business Systems

Enterprise-Grade VoIP Services for SMBs Mullarky Business Systems offers a complete voice solution for small to medium-sized businesses with our cloud-based Cytracom VoIP services platform. Our platform surpasses traditional premise-based PBXs by offering new advanced features and functionality. Beyond that, our solution frees you from the constraints of typical legacy phone systems — CAPEX, ongoing […]

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Avoid Common Passwords and Improve Your Security

One of my favorite things “found on the web” is the list of 10,000 Most Common Passwords compiled by Mark Burnett at Xato.net That list is six years old as I write this and since then, Mark has complied a new list of 10 million passwords.  He did not actually publish them on his site, or provide […]

Spectre / Meltdown Processor Flaw

A flaw in Intel processors, and at least some AMD processors, results in a giant security hole. The name “Spectre” comes from the processor’s speculative execution feature. This is what is exploited. “Meltdown” is the method of exploiting the flaw. If your computer has a processor, you are affected. The fix is to update your operating […]

Show Your File Extensions To Avoid Malware

A common tactic with malware involves a file naming scheme. By default, Windows hides file extensions of known file types. A file will show as “Resume” for example. If this is a Word document, it will display a Microsoft Word icon. If it’s a PDF file, it will display an Adobe icon. The icon displayed, […]

Computer Security Seminar – Protect Yourself and Your Business!

I’m proud to be presenting at the Wisconsin Business Owners Lunch & Learn, Friday, May 26th, at the Best Western Midway in Brookfield.  Details below.  I’ve been an Organizer of Wisconsin Business Owners for some years now, and heartily recommend the group.  Great people, a fine venue, awesome food and drink and excellent topics and […]

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Business Continuity Beats Data Backup For Manufacturing Client

Good business continuity includes real-time data backup. On a recent Sunday night, I was home with my wife, watching a show, when a client texted me and said “Hey, I think our e-mail is down”.  I checked my remote monitoring tools and sure enough, their in-house Exchange server was down. I was unable to reach the […]

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Business Continuity vs. Backup – Datto Comes Through

Planning for Business Continuity For the sake of business continuity, we often plan for a disaster that never comes. In the case of your server backups, you should be doing a test-restore periodically to make sure your backup procedures actually work.  Though, like an insurance policy, you hope you never need it. One of my larger clients […]