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* New Scam Alert *

A sophisticated new phishing scam is hooking Office 365 users. It typically comes as an unsolicited message with the term "URGENT" or "ACTION REQUIRED" and contains a link to a SharePoint online-based document.

The danger with this scam is how official it appears. You can view screenshots here. You don't have to fall for it though. No matter how important a message seems to be, if it's unsolicited, go ahead and be suspicious.

Share suspicious messages with your IT support team. They can safely find out what's legitimate or not and help keep your network protected.
Keeping your business secure is critical. If you don't protect your network, you put your data and your clients at risk. And recovering from a malware or ransomware attack can prove impossible for some SMBs.

You can't leave security to chance. But protection doesn't have to break the bank. Find out 5 ways you can make security part of your SMB budget.
5 Ways to Save on Security
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Inside Infinity
In case you missed it, the Savannah Downtown Business Association July lunch featured a hurricane preparedness panel. Speakers from CEMA, Georgia Power, and your favorite business technology team (2nd from left) gave tips and advice on getting disaster-ready.

Click here or on the image to view photos from the event, plus links to the Savannah Morning News coverage and the SDBA's full video.
Readiness Checklist
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Community & Partner Spotlight
You've heard of SEDA, but do you know what they do? Their mission sounds simple: "to create, grow and attract jobs and investment in the Savannah region." They work hard to make sure our area looks attractive to businesses interested in relocating or expanding. And we can help them by filling out the Propel Savannah survey.

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💡 Tech Tip: Protect Yourself on Public Wi-Fi

Getting free connectivity is great. Getting hacked isn't. Use a few simple steps to keep your information safer.

Limit the information you give in order to connect.
Limit AirDrop and File Sharing.
Use a VPN.
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