On March 31st, the EXP Team volunteered for a full day at a Habitat for Humanity new 10-cottage community build site, to help families unlock the power of homeownership. When completed it is estimated that this project will provide safe, affordable, decent housing for up […]
We regularly see cases of successful phishing attacks. Most of them involve people being conned into sharing valuable personal information with unauthorized parties. This is usually done over email but sometimes involves a phone call.
A frequent scam goes like this. You receive an email from someone claiming to work at an organization you trust or regularly interact with such as your bank or a retailer you often shop with. They seem legitimate because they have likely gathered some accurate information about you from social media, your company website, press releases, or other public means. Since they get a few details right, you may be inclined to believe them. But you must dig deeper to determine if the request is legitimate.
You may be asked for personal information that could be used to access funds — credit card numbers, bank account information, passwords, etc. — or even asked to wire money. All this is done, of course, under false pretenses. And it could cost your business a heap of money and hassle.
You probably heard about the ransomware attack named “WannaCry” that swept the world on May 12, 2017. It was the largest ransomware attack to date, affecting millions of people and crippling businesses in more than 100 countries.
The purpose of this article is to highlight other useful, less familiar applications included with your Office 365 subscription, and to illustrate how they can help your business in a variety of ways.
The concept of a virtual CIO, or vCIO, is gaining prominence across the industry because it provides a variety of benefits. We can help you choose the best solutions for your needs by analyzing the overall application of IT within your organization.
EXP Technical has moved! After 10 years in the Maritime building, we have moved to the Puget Sound Plaza Building at 1325 Fourth Avenue, suite 1540 near Benaroya Hall and Westlake. Please stop by and see our beautiful new offices overlooking Elliott Bay.
We are thrilled to announce that Tony Lesirge has joined the EXP team! Tony will be our Chief Operating Officer and is now also a Co-Owner. Prior to joining EXP, Tony worked as Director of IT at CellNetix – a market leading healthcare company. With […]
New leadership at EXP! We are delighted to annouce that Mike Cook has joined EXP as CTO. Mike is now also a co-owner. Mike has over 20 years experience in IT and consulting. Prior to joining EXP, he served as Senior Systems Administrator at LMN Architects […]