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Team Member Spotlight: Sales Manager, Chris Higgins

Team Member Spotlight: Sales Manager, Chris Higgins

Chris Higgins’ enthusiasm and care for customers has been a running theme throughout his career—from his very first job to his current role as Sales Manager for Future Link IT. “I’m an advocate for my customers. I go to bat within the organization to make sure the...

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What your team needs to know about email phishing scams

What your team needs to know about email phishing scams

Most of us have grown wary and can recognize the most common scams in our personal emails—although, on average, these types of scams still cost victims an average of $2100 per event.  Phishing emails are getting more and more sophisticated, however—and they’re...

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Team Member Spotlight: Controller, Robert Paulson

Team Member Spotlight: Controller, Robert Paulson

When Robert Paulson—Bob, to most—first started as Controller at Future Link IT in 2006, he found a common scenario for small businesses: consummate bootstrappers, owners Marty Mingl and Carl Roedel were up to their elbows in all aspects of their business. They had a...

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Is your Internet slow? Your router may be to blame.

Is your Internet slow? Your router may be to blame.

  You’ve no doubt experienced stressful days at work and home, but is there anything quite like the frustration of experiencing slow Internet wherever you are? We do our best to set you up with the fastest speeds around, by giving you dedicated access without...

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Cybersecurity 101: 3 critical areas where you need protection

Cybersecurity 101: 3 critical areas where you need protection

Many business owners think that a decent firewall, antivirus software and spam filter are all they need to protect themselves from cyberattacks.  Unfortunately, the criminals behind those attacks have evolved far beyond the “Nigerian prince” emails that gained...

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Has your website been hacked? (It may not be the server).

Has your website been hacked? (It may not be the server).

Hacked, spoofed, spammed, infected, hijacked, disabled, cross-site scripted, and so on... The words that mean someone’s invaded your computer system or website multiply every day. Some symptoms that your website has been hacked include: it being used to send spam to...

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