Integrated IT Solutions News February 2016
New backup offering

We are pleased to announce we have a new backup offering for our Office 365 clients here at Integrated IT Solutions. Recovering lost Office 365 data is stressful and time consuming. With our Cloud Backup solution you will never lose files or emails and you will be able to search and restore lightning fast.

We can now backup Exchange, SharePoint, or OneDrive for Business data up to 6x daily. All for one simple per user / mo price, with no data limits. Cloud Backup uses industry leading 256-bit encryption at rest and 128-bit in transit. Your data never leaves the Azure environment, which ensures all the inherent security and compliance capabilities that Azure offers.

Call your account rep for more info today.

Tax refund hackers

Online thieves were recently able to get their hands on taxpayer identification numbers before the Internal Revenue Service detected the attack and shut it down. As the number of tax returns being filed online has continued to rise, so has the number of attempted fake files by hackers to steal your refund.

The attack last week involved specialized software that used more than 450,000 stolen Social Security numbers to try to generate e-filing PINs. Attempts involving about 100,000 of those SSNs were successful, the IRS said. The documents have information that can be used not just to steal your tax dollars, but also to break into other systems, like your bank, credit card or social-networking accounts. Be careful when filing your return online!


Internet Explorer End of Life

Reminder: in January Microsoft stopped supporting IE9 and IE10 All desktops and laptops and devices powered by Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, must run IE11 or Edge. The retired browsers will still work but Microsoft will stop technical support and stop issuing security updates for the outdated versions. If you haven't contacted us to upgrade yet, please do let us help upgrade you asap.

Microsoft recalls Surface power cords

Microsoft has announced a recall of it's Surface Pro table. The AC power cords for Microsoft Surface Pro, Microsoft Surface Pro 2, and Microsoft Surface Pro 3 devices sold before March 15, 2015

Microsoft will provide one AC power cord replacement free of charge for each eligible Surface Pro device that you own. No proof of damage is required to receive a replacement AC power cord. The AC power cable could trigger a fire if it's wound too tightly or otherwise damaged. Only a "very small" number of people have reported problems, Microsoft says, but the company isn't taking any chances. You can go here to order your free cord.

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