The first major threat since the XPocalpyse arrived in the form of a new Internet Explorer vulnerability, dubbed CVE-2014-1776. First reported on April 26th by security vendor FireEye, the exploit could be used by malicious websites to give hackers the same user rights as the current user. FireEye also confirmed that the exploit isn’t theoretical- there are already cases of it being found in the wild.
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For the past twelve years, Windows XP has been the most recognizable face of desktop computers, but on April 8th, Microsoft finally pulled the plug on the popular operating system. If you’re still using Windows XP, your computer will still work, but there’s some important things you should know.
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2014 promises to be a big year at SAMSA! We’ve got lots of ideas to thank our customers and the community that have helped to make the last quarter-century a success. Be sure to take part in each opportunity to help us commemorate our 25th throughout the upcoming year, including a charity golf outing and the March WakeUp! Midland event at the Midland Area Chamber of Commerce.
SAMSA was founded in 1989, focusing on programming. After 25 years, SAMSA has expanded to three Michigan locations which offer both commercial and residential services. We’ve also expanded our website services to include Internet Marketing and e-commerce development. We are looking forward to even more growth in the next 25 years!