Blog / The BIG Phone Book: How do Email and website requests find you? The BIG Phone Book How do Email and website requests find you? We were recently transitioning a client to a new Email system.  It required that some settings be changed in their DNS to point to the new provider.  The matter was complicated by the addition of another technology provider who also needed to change […] August 22, 2016
Blog / What Did You Say? Firewall 101 What is a Firewall Anyway? I recently had a client ask me a question: What is a firewall?  I was somewhat taken aback as I had just Emailed them about the virtues of Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Blocking service that we were recommending for the Dynamic Filtering Services on their Watchguard firewall … I might […] July 27, 2016
Blog / I Hate Passwords! Lax Password Enforcement is still a Priority Concern We hear the phrase I Hate Passwords in one form or another with monotonous regularity. I think I have muttered it under my breath several times recently. I decided to take inventory. Between personal and business, I added up the number of accounts that require some sort […] July 21, 2016
Blog / Katy, Bar the Door – Literally Physical Security Begins with a Simple Change in Door Locks Katy Bar the Door is a strange phrase with it’s origins in the story of Catherine Douglas from Scottish history of the 15th century. She used her arm to block a door that was left unbolted as the King and court escaped from would-be assassins. She […] July 14, 2016
Blog / Anti-virus Software is prone to attacks by the way it scans files for viruses We recently became aware of a bug in the Symantec EndPoint anti-virus software that makes it prone to virus attacks. The vulnerability is common to just about all versions of Symantec anti-virus products including Norton, EndPoint, Email, and SharePoint AV products. The vulnerability has to do with the way Symantec checks executable (exe) files for […] July 08, 2016
Blog / Trinus Tech Tips Trinus 10 Tech Tips    1. When you get an email from your bank, PayPal, eBay, or anyone claiming that your account has a problem it is probably a phishing scam intended to get you to type in your password. DO NOT ever click on the links in the message. 2. Nobody will email you […] April 29, 2016
Blog / Trinus Recommendations for Windows 10 Trinus Recommendations for Windows 10 – March 29, 2016 Windows 10 is a free upgrade that is available until July 29th, 2016. If you are unsure if you should upgrade to Windows 10 – or what effect it will have on your computer or business, Trinus provides these recommendations. March 29, 2016
Blog / Technology for Learning Trinus is excited to announce that we are apart of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiative for the Parkland School Division.  All of the devices that we offer meet the requirements and guidelines for the devices needed in the classroom.  Our qualified technicians will help you child pick the best device for their needs and can […] March 08, 2016
Blog / Windows 10 Wifi Sense Windows 10 brings with it a host of new features designed to make using Windows 10 easier and better than all versions before it.  One of these new features however, dubbed “Wifi Sense” may not just make life easier but, could make your wireless network less secure. In a nutshell, Wifi Sense is a feature […] August 05, 2015
Blog / Windows 10 Hello: As you may know, Microsoft is releasing a new desktop Operating System (O/S) on July 29, 2015, called Windows 10. There are purported to be many advantages to this O/S  over the current Windows 7 or 8 that you use now.  Another significant advantage is that Windows 10 will be free of charge to existing Windows […] July 07, 2015

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