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Computer system issues can cripple business production. To keep your New Berlin and Wisconsin company plugging away on all cylinders, hire Milwaukee Open Source Technologies Inc. to troubleshoot and resolve any network issues you’re experiencing. We can diagnose and repair whatever bugs may be infecting your system. You won’t have to wait long to experience a fast, efficient connection when you call on us for IT services.

Call 262-650-0180 now to get computer network services that will help you stay connected with your clients and allow you to attain your company goals.

Comprehensive IT solutions for New Berlin, Milwaukee, WI and southeast Wisconsin business owners

Milwaukee Open Source Technologies can resolve whatever network issues you’re experiencing. We also provide:

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Remote computer support
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Advanced networking assistance
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Software sales
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Desktop support
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Hardware repair
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Network administration

When you contact us, we’ll arrive at your New Berlin and Wisconsin business ASAP to address your computer problems quickly. You can trust our expertise to handle any IT Trouble Ticket or get your computer systems & network back up and running properly.

Contact our office in New Berlin, Wisconsin today to find out more about our business computer services. Just a short drive from Milwaukee and you wont find more reliable services!

Put our 30+ years of computer industry experience to work for you

The technicians at Milwaukee Open Source Technologies are more than qualified to tackle your computer system problems. We can work on any brand of computer you have installed at your New Berlin and Wisconsin business. Additionally, we offer consultation, installation, system design and training services to help you better care for your computer system.

Our local IT company understands that you’re operating on a tight budget. We keep our overhead as low as possible to deliver the best rates to our clients. With the exception of a few spare parts, we don’t maintain an inventory. You can trust us to provide the service you need at a price you’ll feel good about.

Find out how we can assist your New Berlin, WI and southeast Wisconsin business by calling us today.

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One way to ensure security is to understand every facet of your system. Remember that a proper system is like a house of cards — it only takes one questionable connection or human error to topple your network and cause a data breach. You must address this challenge by dedicating proper training for your employees. Start by securing your employees’ devices. Here are some tips for device management, threat detection, and damage mitigation:

Limit permissions – Make sure your employees aren’t installing problematic software or apps on organization-owned devices. For staff-owned devices, use mobile management software and train employees so they can adopt and apply data security best practices.

Protect and segment your network – Make sure to isolate devices from the main network to mitigate potential damage in case of a data breach. Network segmentation will protect your organization’s most sensitive data from being stolen via an employee’s compromised device.

Bridge the training gap – Inadvertently, your staff members are the gatekeepers of your data, so establishing proper and regular training for them is necessary. Education and awareness should be dynamic and ongoing to foster a company culture of good security practices. Make sure to teach them about security measures like remote wiping a lost or stolen device, complying with data regulations, and properly notifying IT personnel of suspected security risks and threats.

When it comes to device and employee management, you’ll need the right resource management. Call us today and we’ll help you set up the right defense for your business.
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While data breaches are known to be caused by cybercriminals who deliberately attempt to break into a system, we actually have human error to thank. In fact, employee negligence brought about by carelessness or lack of knowledge is why cybercriminals choose to resort to trickery. It simply makes it easier for them to infiltrate a system without using complex methods.

Let’s take a look at some common mistakes employees make:

Being negligent with emails – Carelessly opening suspicious emails that contain malware frequently lead them to phishing websites.

Using weak passwords – Short, repetitive, and exposed passwords are easily and commonly exploited by hackers.

Falling for social engineering tactics – Without proper training and education, employees could be easily duped by fraudsters who send scams via spam emails.

Having poor backup practices – Failing to back up company data increases security risks, downtime, and losses incurred when a business suffers an attack.

Being careless with their mobile devices – With the bring your own device (BYOD) trend, employees can take work home on their mobile devices. Because these devices are easily lost or stolen, having many employees access company data on their phones puts organizations at risk.

Connecting to unsecured public networks – This allows cybercriminals to execute man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks wherein they capture company data from traffic between your network and your employee's device.

We will look at how to keep your employees safe on Wednesday!
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Scam Alert!
The scammers are at it again in southeast Wisconsin!
They claim there is legal action and your SSI number will be revoked if you do not call them back.
The first thing they do is ask you to verify your SSI and birthdate. ( Newsflash if they were the SSI fraud division, they would have that information already) When you don't give them the information they state they are sending a officer to arrest you. My response was please do the heat in my car does not work LOL
If you get one of these calls, give them on information and call the police department!
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The bring your own device (BYOD) strategy, which includes allowing employees to bring and use their own devices to the workplace, remains both a major opportunity and a challenge for enterprises. As it continues to thrive, you’ll need to develop an effective BYOD policy and follow the right approach to identifying both its benefits and risks.

Although it can boost your work environment, this policy can open doors to new risks and exposures. To avoid these risks, you must understand what they entail.

Most of the risks around BYOD involve security and privacy concerns. Such are:

Loss of control and visibility of business data – loss of control and visibility of business data that is being transmitted, stored, and processed on a personal device. Susceptibility to man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks and eavesdropping at public Wi-Fi hotspots often used by remote workers poses similar risks.

Data exposure – potential data leakage or disclosure of enterprise data from an unsecured device

Physical loss or device theft – lost and stolen devices could result in the compromise of sensitive data
Unauthorized use of BYOD by a third party – unauthorized use of BYOD by a third party such as family or friends at home

Malicious apps – devices that allow push notifications or enable location-based services, for example, could lead to compromised device integrity. A malicious application may be able to sniff, modify, or steal inter-application messages. Additionally, even apps from official app stores could be suspicious and install rogue apps that could gain root access to mobile devices via bypassing security restrictions.

Tips for ensuring data security
For a successful BYOD policy, you should be able to handle the challenges that come with it and balance employee freedom, app functionality, and data security. Here are some tips to help you secure your BYOD policy:

Implement an official BYOD policy – Many organizations run their BYOD programs without rules or guidelines. From the beginning, there should be a formal onboarding process before an employee’s device is allowed to access company data.

Protect the data that employees access via their devices – While BYOD devices used in personal settings will invariably store company data, you should ensure that data is properly encrypted by security solutions.

Give your employees controlled access to information they need – To minimize the impact of a potential data breach, you should limit the access you give to your employees. For example, your human resource department should be granted access to HR files, but they should not have access to files from your sales department.

Train and educate your employees – Educate and train your employees on proper security protocols and make sure you dictate required enrollments. If they are aware of the risks, they know what to watch out for. Even something as simple as remote wiping a stolen or lost device can go a long way.
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