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Our IT Department presents a new way of managing your computer systems. We offer a single point of contact for consulting, network management, systems integration, disaster recovery and repair of your infrastructure.
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Our IT Department presents a new way of managing your computer systems. We offer a single point of contact for consulting, network management, systems integration, disaster recovery and repair of your infrastructure. By simplifying the process of your business network , you have your own personal technical consultant team to call if something goes wrong. Increasingly, organizations are recognizing the benefits of colocating their mission-critical equipment within a Datacenter. Our IT Department offers reliable and secure collocation hosting services that will grow with you to fit your ever changing needs. Contact Our IT Department today and learn how our colocation solutions can save you time, frustration and money, maximizing your business profits over time.
Unlike other “consulting” services that tell you what you need to buy, take their commissions, and disappear at the first sign of trouble, Our IT Department stands behind our solutions and takes full accountability. You can be sure your investment is secure and you’ll get the solutions and return on investment needed to do business.
Our IT Department offers a full range of network management and computer services from computer maintenance and computer repair to cloud computing and networking solutions. Servicing all of Mississippi, including Greenville, Jackson, Cleveland, Oxford, Tupelo & Greenwood. We are committed to keeping your company up to date, secure, and running at peak performance. Contact us today so that we can work together to find the best solution for your business.
by Paul Ducklin French researcher Gilles Lionel, who goes by @topotam77, recently published proof-of-concept code that attackers could use to take over a Windows network.
You’ll want to shut down the Windows Print Spooler service (yes, again): Another privilege escalation bug found
By: Richard Speed Microsoft has shared guidance revealing yet another vulnerability connected to its Windows Print Spooler service, saying it is “developing a security update.”