A local business magazine has named Essential Network Technologies to its list of the Best IT Firms of 2017. ENT was among 27 local information technology providers honored in the December 2017 issue of Small Business Monthly St. Louis, which has been serving business owners and managers in our metropolitan area for the past three decades. (Click for the online version of the magazine’s December edition. The Best IT Firms list is on
Spear phishing is becoming the most significant security threat today. Numerous individuals and organizations have unknowingly wired money, sent tax information, and emailed credentials to criminals who were impersonating their boss, colleague, or a trusted customer. These attacks are convincing and cannot be stopped with existing email security solutions—creating devastating results for individuals and organizations.
What is Spear Phishing???
1. A hacker targets a company. Using social networks and other internet data, he finds employees
The longer you host email on your own servers, the more complications pile up. Security patches, upgrades, virus threats, phishing and even ransomware risks can result from hosting on-premises email. A much better option is to host your email in the cloud with Microsoft Office 365. Cloud-based email has several key advantages:
- Availability on all devices. With cloud-based email apps, all your people can get their email on any internet-connected device — smartphone, tablet or
Just wanted to reach out and let you all know about a really great conference ENT will be presenting at in July. MOTechTalk2017 is a highly technical two day conference event with Missouri School District Technology Departments in mind. Spend two jam packed days focusing on the future of your district’s technology program. What makes this conference so different? Every detail is planned by folks who work for School District Technology Departments in Missouri. This is
First you needed a few PCs. Then you needed a server. Then you needed a phone system. Then you needed a network. Then you heard about the business down the street getting hacked. Then you got hacked. And then you said: “I didn’t sign up for this.” We all need computers, networks and data to get our work done these days.