Internet Security: The Global Eye

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Pros & Cons of Free & Paid Internet Security and Antivirus Software

In the dangerous world of the internet, it makes good sense to invest in internet security protection. Anything that is free always seems like the better option, but when it comes to internet security software, is free really worth it!? There are plenty of companies out there offering services to… read more →

ESET North America Partner Conference 2016

Earlier this month, the ESET North America Partner Conference (ESET NAPC) was held at the Hard Rock Hotel, in San Diego California, from Monday 1 February to Wednesday 3 February. Being a partner of ESET, Global IT CEO/President Tony Williams and Senior Systems Administrator Steve Anderson, attended the event. The… read more →

Choose which IMAP account folders to appear in Outlook

ProTip: It is best practice to regularly check your junk email folders to ensure no safe emails have been improperly labeled as junk. It is best to check this folder once a day and delete the contents of the folder weekly or bi-weekly. When using an IMAP email account, an… read more →

Understanding Phishing

Report Phishing or Spoof email If you receive a suspicious email FORWARD it to Our security experts will be able to look at the email to determine if it is a fake. There are some hints about identifying scam email below but it is often very difficult to tell for… read more →

How fast is DSL

What speed is DSL DSL is the abbreviated word for Digital Subscriber line, Digital subscriber line or DSL works off a DSLAM or Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer which server as an interface device connecting from your location to the DSL providers closest network aggregation point, commonly a Central Office.… read more →

Setup Automatic Replies for Exchange

To setup automatic replies (out of office), in Outlook, select the ‘File’ tab             Next, select ‘Automatic Replies (Out of Office)’             Select ‘Send Automatic Replies’                 Complete the information for ‘Inside My… read more →

Setup Auto-Response message for POP3/IMAP Clients

To setup an auto-response message, please log into your webmail.           After you are logged in, select ‘Auto Responders’           Next, select ‘Add Auto Responder’           Fill in the empty fields and choose your Start and Stop Date/Time… read more →

Configure Microsoft Surface for Exchange

To add an Exchange account to your Microsoft Surface Tablet: From the Start screen, select the Mail app tile.           Add your Microsoft email address (Not Exchange), enter password, and click ‘Save.’ After saving, your Mail will open up in Microsoft Live email account.      … read more →

Configure Android for Global IT Exchange

Go to ‘Settings’ Select ‘Accounts & sync’                 Select the ‘+’ to add a new account                 Select ‘Exchange ActiveSync’                 Enter your full email address, password, and select… read more →

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