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Hackers exploit vulnerable Office feature

Hackers exploit vulnerable Office feature

As the world’s most popular productivity suite, Microsoft Office tends to receive much attention from cybercriminals. Generally, hackers embed malware in authentic Office files to trick users into unleashing it onto their machines. However, the most recent exploit proves to be much more dangerous than any Office hack we’ve seen.

Cathy’s Corner – November 2017

Cathy’s Corner – November 2017

From the desk of: Cathy Coloff

Some days as I head out, my son will shout, "Hope you're not too bored at work!" I always answer, "Don't worry, I won't be; I love my job." And it's true. I am truly blessed to love what I do—including all the things that go on behind the scenes at IT Radix.

Open Sesame… Your Printer Hard Drive!

Open Sesame… Your Printer Hard Drive!

Many companies today choose to lease multi-function printers as a smart way to offset capital expenditures and keep equipment current.  You may be one of them!

Whether or not you lease your printer, before getting rid of it, think again!  The printer may not be the only thing you are giving away… AND, it doesn’t take a professional magician to pull off this magic trick!

There are many risks involved with printing, scanning and copying.

Cybercriminals Confess: The Top 5 Tricks, Sneaky Schemes And Gimmicks They Use To Hack Your Computer Network

The contemporary world is rife with digital thieves. They’re penetrating the complicated data structures of huge credit-monitoring companies like Equifax, scooping up the personal information of millions of people. They’re releasing sensitive customer data to the public from discreet businesses like Ashley Madison.

Abracadabra—Function Keys (Part I)

Abracadabra—Function Keys (Part I)

Abra abracadabra… “wanna reach out and grab ya!”  In keeping with The Steve Miller Band, we want to reach out and grab your attention to turn you on to some time-saving things to do with Windows function keys.

F1 –  Help!  Almost every program opens a Help screen with this key.

Get to know Frederick better…

Get to know Frederick better…

I came to IT Radix with over 25 years of customer service experience in both IT and medical settings. I most recently worked at Mount Sinai Health Systems as an Administrative Coordinator where I managed the day-to-day operations for the Radiation/Oncology Department as well as mentored and trained new staff members.