9.26.2017 The month of September is nearly finished, and will go on record as the most active month for Atlantic hurricanes, according to the ACE (Accumulated Cyclone Energy) Index. As we’ve seen with Hurricane’s Harvey and Irma, as well as the three major 8.1, 7.1, and 6.1 earthquakes in Mexico this month, such disasters often […]
9.19.2017 Another week has gone by and we’ve been inundated with news about more disasters. As CNN reported, Dominca has been ‘knocked to its knees by Hurricane Maria’s might’. Communication towers have been snapped in two, preventing information from coming in and out of the country. Blue and Green have changed to Muddy Brown. People […]
9.11.2017 On this day 16 years ago, you likely remember exactly where you were when a new magnitude of terrorism, and significant loss of life and property caused absolute chaos in the USA. Myself and another AllConnected engineer were at an all night network upgrade at a client in Los Angeles, grabbing a donut in […]
9.1.2017 Every day that has gone by this week, we’re continuing to learn more about the devastation caused as Hurricane Harvey hit so many communities and businesses in Texas. People everywhere are interested in helping. Communities that I personally am a part of, and IT communities AllConnected is actively engaged with are helping donate food, […]
AllConnected’s executives and special guests discussed real disasters and issues that face our community and your IT infrastructure, and some actionable steps we all can take today to mitigate those risks.
We are excited to announce he AllConnected family is growing to better serve our customers. Please welcome several of our new associates.
AllConnected is celebrating 15 years of connecting and protecting IT Infrastructure for organizations throughout Ventura and Northern Los Angeles counties. Join us for food, fun, and fascinating information from our key IT vendor partners on Wednesday, June 25th.
According to IT Security company Kaspersky Labs, more than 70% of email sent in Q2 of 2013 was SPAM, an increase of more than 4% over Q1 2013 totals. Although this seems high, it’s been higher. In Q2 of 2012, SPAM represented about 74% of all emails sent. According to the United States Department […]
When is the last time you shopped at Target and used your credit card? There’s a pretty good chance your personal information and credit card information is sitting in the hands of a hacking group, right now. In December, Target initially reported that about 40 million people who use credit or debit cards at […]
Mobile devices are raising security concerns for nearly everyone these days. The concern ranges from parents worried about how their children might be vulnerable to IT managers and business owners trying to deal with the influx of security threats to their business. Today, what you don’t know WILL hurt you. Threats through mobile devices […]