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The MSMB Networks IT Blog


Twice a month we take the many comments, questions, and suggestions received from our clients and colleagues and write an in-depth blog post to help illuminate many of the confusing or abstract topics facing Sonoma County business owners.

Five Years in the Making

Five Years in the Making

November marks a wonderful anniversary for MSMB Networks — we are celebrating a great milestone, that of entering our fifth year of business! Having worked securing and upgrading corporate networks and servers across the Bay Area since 1999, it was … Read More »

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Protect Against CryptoLocker

Protect Against CryptoLocker

Encryption is a wonderful tool — it allows you to communicate securely with your bank online, protect private emails, and store personal data without fear that others will gain access to it. Unfortunately encryption is only a benefit if the … Read More »

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Disaster Preparedness

Disaster Preparedness

Computers are some of the hardest-working and most complex devices on the planet, requiring maintenance and attention to remain at peak performance throughout their lives. Mother nature, malicious users, and unforeseeable accidents however can render your data unrecoverable. For most … Read More »

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Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

The second most common product offered by Cloud providers is Infrastructure as a Service, or IaaS. Many Sonoma County businesses already utilize IaaS by having replaced their landline or POTS phones with Voice-over-IP devices, but IaaS can do so much … Read More »

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Software as a Service (SaaS)

Software as a Service (SaaS)

Continuing our month-long look at cloud computing and its impact on Sonoma County businesses, today we focus on the most prominent use of Cloud technology, Software as a Service. Instead of purchasing an expensive permanent license for software, the SaaS … Read More »

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