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April 4th, 2014

Security_March31_CComputers must have appropriate protection from malware attacks. Aside from creating annoyances, malware infections can also affect the performance of your computer. Furthermore, the data on your system and confidential information that you use online may also be tracked and used without your knowledge. Because of the severity of the problems that it can cause you need to be very cautious about preventing malware infections, and know how to deal with them properly.

Signs of a malware infection

Before proceeding with the steps on how to respond to malware infections, we first need to learn about the signs and symptoms of a malware infection. These include:
  • Several pop-ups appear even when not browsing the Web.
  • Unusual slowness of the computer and Internet connection.
  • System hangs or freezes.
  • Corrupted programs.
  • Antivirus is disabled.
  • E-mails sent to or from your account which you did not send.
  • High network activity, even when not using large programs or accessing huge data.
  • Redirected access to some sites.

How to respond to a malware infection

In case you experience any of these symptoms, the first thing to do is to ensure that your antivirus and antispyware program is updated. This is to make sure that they detect the latest known threats on their database. You should then run scans to see if an infection is detected. If it is, the programs usually have a way to remove the infection. You then need to follow the steps the program recommends.
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Topic Security
March 28th, 2014

ERP_March24_AWhen you started your business, everyone was probably working in the same room – or at least the same building. Collaboration was a given, and communication didn’t need much support.  As your business grows, a more dispersed workforce needs help to keep them connected. ERP can provide the foundation to share the information across departments that keeps employees working in synch.
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March 27th, 2014

BI_March24_CBusiness Intelligence or BI applications are used by businesses from different fields for their information analysis. These tools help determine what individual businesses may be doing right or wrong, which can help them decide on the best path to take to reach their goals. BI tools are helpful to many businesses. However, some business owners question how these tools can be used in different departments.
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March 21st, 2014

ERP_March17_AThe business of distribution is changing. Barriers between customer and suppliers are being eliminated by the internet and ever-improving logistics management. As a manufacturer, retailer or distributor, these changes offer you the opportunity to expand your distribution channels.
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March 20th, 2014

DynamicsGPTestDrive-BondConsultingServicesWould you like a free demo of Microsoft Dynamics GP without the guidance of a sales rep or team of consultants? See what it’s like to easily access data, enter orders, manage vendors and more with our seven interactive demo videos.
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Topic Dynamics GP, News