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The Wild Honey Pie

"You lock your phone so other people can't access it. But how you lock your phone is an important factor in whether law enforcement can compel you to unlock it. #cybersecurity via @WIRED"


"Amazon is killing it with its online advertising push, but with such an immense amount of consumer information is it safe? #cybersecurity via @Inc"


"Under their eye. #cybersecurity via @Inc"


"Malware has become extra sneaky. #cybersecurity via @WIRED"

"It’s that time of year again.


October is budget season. Advertising, hiring costs and accounting services may be high on your list, but have you factored system updates into your 2019 budget? It may not already be on your radar, but Microsoft Office has announced that Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 End-of-Life will be January 14, 2020.


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System replacement can be a huge expense and undertaking, especially in small to midsize businesses. Such an undertaking, in fact, that it is tempting to ignore the problem altogether. However, that’s not a temptation you want to indulge! When Microsoft deems a product “end-of-life” they no longer release security patches and updates. That means that every end-of-life operating system you have becomes a security risk. Hackers and malicious software creators know this. If you have regulatory compliance concerns, continuing to operate with these systems beyond their support lifespan will most likely put you out of compliance.  


Given the challenges of year end and a new year, Dataworks recommends that all Server 2008 and Windows 7 systems be replaced well before the end of 2019." 

Stop to notice “the way the shadows on the wall are cast,” just one of the many tiny daily reminders that even our best laid plans are subjects in the sovereign eye of the natural world around us. “Grow,” The Oh Hellos’ new single, is rich with their quintessential foresight and mythological imagery. “Let be what is and be what isn’t,” they sing, bringing us to the euphoric high point of the song. “Let it alone and it’ll surely grow.” The Oh Hellos remind us that, just as the only way to truly steward the earth is to accept that we are only passengers on this planet, there’s joy in surrendering what we cannot truly control.

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