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The Equifax Problem

Who is Equifax? This is probably the best place to start because many people don’t really know who Equifax is, even though they have access to the personally identifiable information of consumers all over the world. Equifax is a consumer […]

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Why Your Nonprofit Should be Working With a Managed Service Provider

Technology changes quickly, and if your main job isn’t to keep up with those changes then efficiently managing and using it to its full potential can be overwhelming. As a non-profit, advancing your mission is your main goal, as it […]

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IT Freedom and The Bolder Board Ticket Contest!

Calling all Austin non-profits and board members! IT Freedom has partnered with Notley Ventures as a sponsor for their Bolder Board Training on October 7, 2017! What is the Bolder Board Training? The Bolder Board Training features Dan Pallotta, President […]

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Explaining “Botnets” and “Internet of Things” Attacks

“Botnets” and “Internet of Things Attacks” may sound like terms from a “future trends” research article, but they are very real and current issues in the IT world. But before we dive into what they are and how they work […]

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Inc. 5000 Times Two!

We are jumping for joy (see cheesy video) at IT Freedom!   For the second year in a row we have been named to the Inc. 5000 list! This list recognizes the fastest growing private companies in America. We moved […]

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Cloud File Storage vs. In-House: Which One Could Make – or Break – Your Business

In the tech world we probably hear “move it to the cloud” about a hundred times a day. While the cloud is a great thing, it’s not always right for everything. In this case we are talking about servers and […]

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The New NIST SP 800-63 Password Guidelines

Last September we wrote a blog about the changes we might see to the National Institute of standards and Technology (NIST) password guidelines. These new guidelines were finalized on June 22, 2017. You can find all 4 sections of the […]

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How Technology is Helping Small Businesses go “Glocal”

If you’re part of any small business community there’s a good chance you’ve heard the term “Glocal” or “Glocalization”. I know, it looks like a typo, but I promise it’s not. Glocalization, or going glocal, is the trend stemming from […]

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Developing a Software License Management Process

It’s one of those things you know you should do, but you just don’t want to, or you simply don’t have the time – tracking software licenses. Although creating a good internal process for this can be time consuming and […]

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