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We work hard behind the scenes so annoying technology issues don't slow your business down.

Our mission is to help businesses like yours increase productivity and get more out of the technology you invest in.
We specialize in solutions that safeguard and protect your data and keep operations running smoothly.

Managed IT Services

Intelligent remote monitoring, proactive maintenance, and behind-the-scenes remote support.

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Network Security

Protect your business from threats like malware, viruses, phishing attacks, hackers and other threads.

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Backup & Disaster Recovery

Ensure peace-of-mind in any situation with the most complete data backup solution available.

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Reduce infrastructure costs, collaborate, and get more done with our unique cloud solutions.

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When you just want IT to work!

There are a lot of computer shops out there that you can call up to fix an issue or install a piece of equipment. They might be able to get you out of crisis mode, but they aren’t looking at the full picture.

At LSeven Solutions, we understand business. We consult. We provide solutions to solve everyday challenges. We just happen to fix computers as well.

We believe (and have proven) that if you proactively manage technology, run maintenance religiously, and monitor a business network, everyday issues and downtime will be greatly reduced.

This is what makes us different than your typical tech support company. Sure, we can fix computer issues when you have them, but our specialty is preventing them in the first place.

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      FREE Printout: IT Security End-User Checklist

      Your work is important, but so is staying safe and sound. By working together, we can protect this business.

      Avoid Sharing Confidential Information

      • Don’t give out company or customer information to unsolicited emails or phone calls.
      • Hackers can be very convincing and have a lot of tricks up their sleeves. Always be wary of suspicious activity, especially in regard to confidential or sensitive information.
      • Never email usernames and passwords to anyone--not even yourself.
      • Be cautious of suspicious messages that come from sources like PayPal, Amazon, or a bank.

      Use Strong Passwords

      • Don’t use the same password for multiple accounts.
      • Use complex passwords that contain both upper and lower-case letters, numbers, and symbols.
      • Don’t include personally identifiable information in your passwords.

      Don’t Access Sensitive Information on Unprotected Devices

      • You shouldn’t expect hotels and cafes to have secure wireless connections. Never access sensitive information from public computers or devices, as others could also access it.
      • Malware could potentially allow onlookers to steal information like usernames, passwords, and credit card information from your unsecured devices.
      • Ask your IT department about installing a VPN on your device for maximum security.

      Don’t Leave Sensitive Information Lying Around

      • Avoid recording passwords on sticky notes.
      • Shred or destroy documents that contain sensitive information.
      • Always lock your devices before moving away from them.
      • On a Windows device, use the Windows key + L to quickly lock your computer.
      • Keep small devices like phones, hard drives, and flash drives close at hand, especially while traveling.

      Report Suspicious Activity to IT

      • We can fix things quickly if we know about them. This keeps the issue from becoming a bigger problem.
      • If you lose a device, like a smartphone or laptop, report it to us immediately.

      Note: If you have a service agreement with LSeven Solutions that includes end-user support, please reach out to us at the provided phone number and email address to put in support tickets:

      Phone: (877) 4-LSeven

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      Tech Term: Opening the Spam Folder

      Why Spam?
      Spam can lead to a considerable amount of wasted time and assets, as well as provide a convenient medium of transportation for threats like malware and viruses. So why is it named after spam, everyone’s favorite canned lunch meat? One theory claims that the folks over at the University of Southern California’s computer lab named it after spam for some unknown reason--perhaps they simply thought it was a funny analogy to make.

      The more accepted theory is that spam comes from the Monty Python song. Both the song and spam messages have a lot in common, being both highly repetitive and offering no real substance.

      Where Spam Came From
      It’s not clear where spam messages first came from. Some believe that spam messages first became a thing on March 31st, 1993. A Usenet user named Richard Depew accidentally posted 200 of the same message to a newsgroup. These messages were then called spam by another user, and Depew used the term in his apology, cementing its terminology.

      Another theory regarding the name spam comes from multi-user dungeons, or MUDs, which were a type of chat room named after the role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons. These users would fill these chat rooms with a large quantity of unwanted content. Even the MUDers, as they were called, coined these junk messages spam.

      There are two other theories related to spam involving Bitnet Relay, a 1980s chat system, and TRS-80, another use of the aforementioned Monty Python song to annoy users.

      Types of Spam
      Below, you’ll find the various types of spam that you could potentially encounter:

      • Email spam: Email spam messages are likely the most recognizable form of spam. Spam emails contain all sorts of junk that can make navigating your inbox a complete nightmare. Thankfully, there are regulations put into place that keep spam out of inboxes to an extent, but you can always integrate better solutions and software to augment the sorting of spam emails.
      • Texting spam: In much the same way, texting spam is a way to get unwanted messages through to people. It’s interesting to note that emergency texts don’t constitute spam. Similar to how email spam works, the CAN-SPAM Act also applies to text spam.
      • Comment spam: Comment spam is a bit different in nature from the previous two types. You may have noticed some comments that seem unwanted or “spammy” in nature, such as those advertising the selling of products or simply off-topic.

      As always, you don’t want to be dealing with spam carelessly. If your business could use assistance preparing for spam, contact LSeven Solutions for (877) 4-LSeven.

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      A “Disaster” Covers More Than You’d Think

      Cost of Data Loss
      The total cost of your disaster scenario is the only real way to know just how much work needs to be done to get back into a favorable position following a loss. Of course, the type of disaster that you suffer from is going to play a major part in how much it will cost your business. A hardware failure is arguably the least costly data loss scenario, but it can still be a devastating event. You’ll have to replace a workstation or server unit, but the kicker is the data that’s stored on the device, as well as how much time you’re paying your workers for when they can’t do their jobs due to a situation like this.

      Other kinds of disasters have much greater impact on the way that your organization recovers from a loss scenario. Imagine how much damage could be caused by a flood or a fire. Not only would your data infrastructure be affected, but so too would your organization’s physical computing infrastructure. It’s hard to work when you don’t have a place to be productive. Would you be able to relocate? How much would it cost to repair your workplace, or rent out a new one? It’s likely that all of these costs could compound and create a major problem for an unprepared budget.

      Once data security is involved, you have the potential for a lot more trouble, especially regarding the price tag of resolving these issues. The information stolen could drastically affect how much your business stands to lose from a disaster. Some of the more costly information that could be stolen include credit card numbers, personally identifiable information, and secure personal records like a person’s health information. This data loss could even mean having to deal with regulatory fines related to HIPAA compliance laws or otherwise. Being known as a company that leaks sensitive information can also harm your reputation, which makes working with your business a significant risk for any potential clients.

      Downtime can also be a major factor in determining how bad a disaster can be. In essence, downtime is any time that your business isn’t working as you intend it to, and it can have multiple layers of depth. It’s one thing for an employee not being able to access important information, but another entirely if your entire workforce can’t work properly due to the Internet or electricity being down. Basically, anytime when your business isn’t making money or being productive, it’s in a state of downtime. You need to do everything in your power to make sure this doesn’t happen.

      One of the best ways to ensure that your business suffers minimal downtime is by implementing an enterprise-level data backup solution. LSeven Solutions can help you with business continuity to make sure that your organization isn’t derailed by a disaster scenario. To learn more, reach out to us at (877) 4-LSeven.

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      This guide was created so that business owners, office managers, and IT departments can provide it as an educational resource to showcase some of the most basic IT security practices that can be implemented in your workplace. We recommend printing this out and handing it out...

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