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Why Image Backups are Ideal for Los Angeles CPAs

Has your Los Angeles CPA firm performed an image backup to protect your sensitive client data? Has your company ever experienced a hardware failure due to malware, a virus, or an environmental mishap like spilled coffee? A computer image backup ...

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Why Data Leakage Should Matter to Los Angeles CPAs

Data leakage is the unauthorized transfer of information from a computer to outside of your Los Angeles CPA firm. As an accounting professional, information (or your client data) is the center of your world. Making sure your physical and electronic ...

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Why Los Angeles CPAs Should Use Dual Factor Authentication

Does your Los Angeles CPA firm use dual factor authentication, also known as two-factor authentication? A complex, unique password is good protection against having your data compromised by digital intruders. Regardless of how random your password ...

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LA RIAs: Have You Planned for Windows Server 2003 End of Life?

Are you aware of the Windows Server 2003 End of Life (EOL) date on July 14, 2015? After that point, support ends. Is your Los Angeles investment advisor firm still running Windows Server 2003? Be aware that new threats and vulnerabilities will not ...

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LA Distributors: Are You Prepared for Windows Server 2003 End of Life?

Is it reasonable to assume you’ve heard about Windows Server 2003 End of Life? This major Microsoft product will no longer be supported after July 14, 2015. How will this affect your Los Angeles distribution company? Even with as many as 11 million ...

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What the Password Manager LastPass Breach Means to You

LastPass is the password management solution billed as "The Last Password You'll Ever Need." Well, this is a hard promise to keep when your response to being breached is to ask all of your customers to change their passwords.  That's right folks, ...

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LA CPAs: Ready for Windows Server 2003 End of Life?

Is your Los Angeles CPA firm ready for Windows Server 2003 End of Life (EOL)? If your accounting firm has been delaying the upgrade of your Windows Server software, July 14th should be a red-letter date on your calendar. After that date, there will ...

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The SEC's Latest Cybersecurity Guidance Update

If you weren't aware of it, back in April 2014 the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission - Division of Investment Management issued a directive detailing recommended cybersecurity policies and procedures for Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs). ...

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8 Tips Los Angeles CPAs Need for Disaster Recovery Planning

Unexpected events like earthquakes can strike at any time. As a CPA in Los Angeles, you cannot afford to have your firm crippled by an unexpected event. Disaster recovery planning saves businesses. It protects them from the costly effects of ...

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How Los Angeles Distributors Secure Android Devices

Android devices bring Los Angeles distributors a host of new possibilities to work faster and smarter. Employees can use them to access corporate web-based applications from the warehouse. They can run native apps with sales catalogs, parts ...

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What the FBI Has to Say about Cyber Security

Thanks to the FBI for a informative seminar this morning about Cyber Crime, Security, and the impact it's having on their case load and our society at large. Without divulging too many secrets, it was interesting to learn more about what they're ...

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