Category: Business

Prevents data loss with proper UPS maintenance.

Did you know that your car and your UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) are a lot alike? Like the batteries that power your car, high-quality, purpose-built uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) power today’s mission critical infrastructures, and your daily productivity producing personal computers. Your well maintained UPS will: Reduce downtime Improve energy efficiency Improve performance Protect your […]

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Our IT Support Knows No Boundaries

Ninety percent of our work can be performed remotely, but if you need onsite support, or help with any other project, we are here for you! RMON Networks team member, Kevin Lennon, recently traveled all the way to California to assist our customer with an office move. “It was a pleasure, and a relief, to […]

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The Consequences of Choosing Price over Quality.

At RMON Networks we are always celebrating our staff as they continue to earn certifications from today’s leading technology companies. Why? Because anyone can say they are knowledgeable with a product or solution, but a certification is proof of your knowledge. Last month we were approached by a North Shore optician for assistance with a […]

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Watch out for RATs (Remote Access Trojans)

Data Security for small businesses continues to be an issue. Ransomware attacks are wide spread in the media, and are projected to only get worse. I once heard someone say, “The one good thing about ransomware, is the hackers actually let you know they’ve infected your system.” But ransomware is only one of many viruses […]

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Welcome Angel Flight NE

Nonprofit turns to RMON to revamp its entire network system for better productivity! RMON Networks wants to give a special welcome to our new customer Angel Flight NE (AFNE). AFNE mission is to coordinate free air transportation so children and adults may access life-saving medical care. Approximately 40% of AFNE’s patients are children suffering from […]

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What is “Shadow IT”, and how is it risky to your business?

We all know that using information technology — programs, apps, or internet browsing — carries a certain amount of risk. Nobody wants to have their secure data compromised, but technology brings enough benefits that the risk is worth it. So you vet certain systems, you establish protocols, you update and patch your software, and you […]

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4 Ways to Stay Safe on Public Networks

Just about anywhere you go these days there seems to be plenty of available public Wi-Fi. And while this is massively convenient if you’re away from your home or office, there can be harmful security risks lurking on the other side of the access form. Make sure you’re prepared the next time you need to […]

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4 E-mails you should never open

No matter how secure we make your network, you and your employees can still invite a hacker in if you click on a link or open an attachment in an e-mail sent by a cybercriminal. Some spam is obvious, but others are VERY cleverly designed to sneak past all the filters and trick the recipient […]

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Holiday Inn Hacked!

Another company is added to the list of data breaches for 2017. News of the breach was released last Friday by Holiday Inns parent company IHG. Holiday Inn Express locations in Keene, North Conway and Durham were identified in an April 14 consumer alert. Here you will find a full list of properties effected. According to […]

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