Cyber Security Podcast for Small Businesses

Posted September 2nd, 2022

Our team member Ben Zelei, was recently interviewed on a local podcast Unlocking Your Financial Future with Ben Schrock. As one of our cyber security experts, Ben covers the basics of keeping your IT systems safe. Watch them both online on YouTube (embedded here), or visit Unlocking Your Financial Future website: Part 1 and Part […]

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Top 10 Security Layers to Reduce the Threat of Ransomware

Posted June 12th, 2021

Ransomware and cyberattacks are making headlines weekly. Considering the danger and impact to businesses, at Palitto Consulting we feel a duty and responsibility to continue educating our customers on this topic. We always try to be security-minded and cover many of these topics in conversations with our customers but we thought it would be helpful […]

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Digital Transformation Case Study: A Phone Solution Brings Huge Efficiencies

Posted January 15th, 2021

It has been a challenging time for businesses this past year. However, there is a bright side. One such case is that many institutions and companies have had to better utilize available technologies. Some have had to more fully adopt technologies they were already using. Others needed to find new solutions to fill new and/or […]

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Small Business Technologies Expands in Northwestern Ohio

Posted July 15th, 2020

In 2019, Small Business Technologies opened a location in Paulding, Ohio. Having served small businesses in northeast Ohio for many years, our team saw the opportunity to fill a need in northwest Ohio. In April of this year, we expanded our office with our second full-time employee. Many other skilled professionals support this office out […]

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RMM Solution Quickly Fixes DNS Vulnerability

Posted July 23rd, 2020

Last week, a vulnerability (CVE-2020-1350) was discovered in Windows DNS Servers which has been classified as critical by Microsoft. It has a CVSS score (Common Vulnerability Scoring System) of 10.0 out of 10.0, which is the worst possible score. This vulnerability impacts major versions of Windows Server from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2019 […]

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