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Old School Virus Called KBOT Is Hitting Networks

There was a day when worms were once common, terrifying threats on the internet. In the early days of the world wide web, there were a number of famous attacks that were ...

Malware And Viruses On Apple/Mac Systems Are On The Rise

For most of Apple's history, the company has been able to cast itself as a safer alternative to Windows-based computers.Hackers tended to focus the bulk of their efforts on Wintel boxes (Windows ...

Windows 10X Will Assist With Folding Screens And Dual Monitors

A lot of people raise a curious eyebrow when they hear the term Windows 10X for the first time. It's a bit of a niche product, but it is interesting. In recent ...

Dangerous New Trojan Can Infect Systems Through Wifi

If you're not already familiar with the Emotet trojan, it deserves a special spot on your radar. It's one of the most dangerous forms of malware in the world today. Their success ...

CoronaVirus Scare Is Being Used By Scammers To Trick People

There is no low that hackers and scammers won't stoop to. The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued a warning about a worldwide scam in progress relating to fears surrounding the ...

New Windows 10 Search Issue May Just Require A Reboot

On February 5th, after the latest Windows 10 update, many users found that they were unable to make use of the search function built into the operating system. The most common result ...

People Are Moving From Windows 7 To Windows 10 For Security

Despite the age of the OS, Windows 7 has enjoyed a surprisingly large and loyal user base. That changed suddenly when Microsoft finally pulled the plug on Windows 7 support. It couldn't ...

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

All Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), but not all MFA is 2FA. Multi-Factor Authentication works on the principle of using multiple pieces of secret information in order to verify ...

What Happens When Support for Windows 7 Ends?

We’ve already had ample warning that Windows 7 and derivatives are reaching the end of life, but what is actually going to happen on January 15th? Previously, Microsoft was content to just let ...

Maximizing Cloud Relationships with Your MSP

by Joseph Landes Businesses of all sizes are looking to move their IT infrastructure to the cloud and the most important choice ...

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YouTube Will Start Hiding Dislike Counts From Public

YouTube Will Start Hiding Dislike Counts From Public

Some months back YouTube announced that it would begin experimenting with the notion of hiding the number of down votes[...]
You Can Now Easily Block Users in Spotify

You Can Now Easily Block Users in Spotify

Are you a Spotify user? Have you found yourself wanting or needing to block another user? Until recently if you found[...]
Twitter Will No Longer Auto-Crop Photos On The Web

Twitter Will No Longer Auto-Crop Photos On The Web

Twitter hasn't had a very good relationship with auto-cropping. Images just haven't historically displayed very well on the platform. Fortunately that[...]

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Topeka (HQ)

2008 SW Gage Blvd.
Topeka, KS 66604
(785) 409-6286

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Since 1999, Network Technologies of Kansas has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in Topeka and surrounding areas. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

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