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COMPANY NEWS & TECH TIPS

 

THE FUNNIES

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We know when a strange prompt comes on screen that it can be scary. What are you going to press? We suggest always clicking yes for programs you recognize that need an update, but click no for anything you don’t recognize! Give us a call at 802.433.3547 and we’re happy to help out :)

COMPANY NEWS

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Flipped Vermont Technology Solutions is excited to announce the hiring of our new Social Media Manager! Kayla Newman hails from Calais and is doing a wonderful job posting updates online, funny pictures, helping us get our online accounts in order and more.

You’ll be seeing her posting on all of our social media accounts, so don’t be scared to send a quick hello!

CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT

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We love our friends at Silly Cow Farms, LLC.

https://www.sillycowfarms.com/

They make the best hot cocoa around. Shipping world-wide and available in local stores, we get to see the team hard at work when we visit their warehouse for technical support! Visit their website to order the best and healthiest cocoa products around.

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TECH TIP OF THE WEEK

A computer virus, much like a flu virus, is designed to spread from host to host and has the ability to replicate itself. Similarly, in the same way that flu viruses cannot reproduce without a host cell, computer viruses cannot reproduce and spread without programming such as a file or document.

In more technical terms, a computer virus is a type of malicious code or program written to alter the way a computer operates and is designed to spread from one computer to another. A virus operates by inserting or attaching itself to a legitimate program or document that supports macros in order to execute its code. In the process, a virus has the potential to cause unexpected or damaging effects, such as harming the system software by corrupting or destroying data.

Watch the video below to learn how to perform a command prompt virus scan!

 
 
 
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