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10 ways to learn more about open source software and trends

10 ways to learn more about open source software and trends

The mentality around open source software has changed. It's up to Enterprise IT and business leaders to keep up with IT organizations doing innovative work with open source technologies. But that's not always easy to do, which is why we're here to help. At Flexicom Solutions, we specialize in helping businesses modernize their IT to handle the latest and greatest open source software that comes down the line. We can help you extend your cloud investment with flexible and trustworthy infrastructure that's amenable to the ever-changing digital world. Contact us to learn more.
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Subscribe now to stay up to speed on how #MicrosoftDynamics365 and #Teams can get your organization moving on the path to digital transformation.
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Empower employees and citizens with connected mobile experiences. Get started with Microsoft for Government.

Empower employees and citizens with connected mobile experiences. Get started with Microsoft for Government.

Leveraging the appropriate channels to reach as many citizens as possible is crucial to building the trust and #credibility of your organization. Follow Flexicom Solutions to learn how you can leverage #Microsoft for #Government to create intuitive mobile tools and applications that increase the #accessibility of your services.
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Dynamics 365 & Office 365 Working as One

Dynamics 365 & Office 365 Working as One

Did you know that #MSDyn365 works cohesively with #Office365 to drive performance and deliver an exceptional customer experience? Learn more. #Microsoft #MicrosoftDynamics365 #MSDyn365 #MicrosoftOffice365 #Office365 #MicrosoftOffice365
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What’s The Future Of Your Technology Capabilities?

What’s The Future Of Your Technology Capabilities?

Experts estimate that only 1 in 4 leads turn into sales, so "this means your sales process needs to be able to identify those leads quickly and accurately," writes Gilles Muys in Forbes magazine. This is only one of the reasons to invest in cloud capabilities for your business—so you can better serve your prospective customers. Read the rest of his article, "What's the Future of Your Technology Capabilities?" for more insight as to why it's clear: cloud technology is here to stay. Connect with Flexicom Solutions for more thought leadership.
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5 ways to stay secure online

5 ways to stay secure online

1. Hook up to a network that you know.

Free Wi-Fi is tempting, but be sure that you consider who is providing the connection. Public connections at the local coffee shop are usually unsecured and leave your machine open to outsiders. While these networks provide a convenience, there are risks to be aware of.

2. Bank and shop with caution.

Shopping from familiar websites is a good place to start. Stick with the reputable sites that are tried and true – like Amazon or eBay. Also, when checking out and finalizing the purchase, look for the ‘padlock’ symbol or the abbreviation ‘https’ in the address bar at the top of your browser. This will ensure that you are on a secure, encrypted part of this webpage. Keeping an eye on your bank statements for suspicious activity is always a good idea, among these other best practices for shopping online.

3. Use secure passwords.
Passwords for logging into any website should contain a mix of letters, numbers, and special characters – as well as be different for each website that you log into. It can definitely be a pain to remember all of these passwords, but ask yourself which is more of a pain – remembering these, or recovering stolen personal information.

4. Lock your computer.
When you walk away from your machine, lock it. In Windows, it is as easy as pressing the Windows key + L. On an Apple Mac, pressing “Control+Shift+Eject” will do the trick (unless you do not have an optical drive, then you can hit the “Power” key instead of “Eject”). This practice would be the equivalent to deadbolting the front door of your home. It acts as a deterrent to the bad guys as well as a line of defense. It may even be worth setting up a password lock on your Apple or Windows machine as well.

5. Do not click on anything unfamiliar.
If an offer is too good to be true, it probably is. If you get an email from an unknown source, do not click any of the links within it – and immediately report it to your IT department. If a window pops up while browsing a website, immediately close it. Familiarity is always your friend. Using your judgment and trusting your gut is the ultimate defense when online. Always play it safe!

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