Your Weekly IT Roundup 13 April 2022

Your Weekly IT Roundup
13 April 2022

Your Weekly IT Roundup
13 April 2022

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Welcome to your Weekly IT Roundup, bringing you up-to-date on the latest IT news and content from This is an IT Support Group!

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Post of the Week

We felt that one, Hunter! Remember to use your Paid Time Off, people! What's your company policy with time off, do you receive the PTO you don't use in your pay check or do you lose it? Are there any other benefits that are unique to your contract that you would seek to receive elsewhere if you changed jobs? Let us know on Hunter's post!
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Is your Cyber Security posture up to snuff?
It's no secret that cyber attacks are on the rise and MSPs are a key target. Are you doing enough to mitigate risk? Where should you focus your attention?

Do you know the 7 key business practices to ensure you are well-prepared? Want to find out the questions that other MSPs and businesses are asking?

Check out N-able's blog on cyber attacks by clicking here and how to remain proactive in order to put yourself in the best position possible and reduce risk!

Tech News TL;DR

DuckDuckGo’s privacy-centric browser arrives on Mac
You’ll have to join a waitlist to gain access. Read More

Europe Is Building a Huge International Facial Recognition System
Lawmakers advance proposals to let police forces across the EU link their photo databases—which include millions of pictures of people’s faces. Read More
Ukrainian power grid 'lucky' to withstand Russian cyber-attack
The Ukrainian government has revealed it narrowly averted a serious cyber-attack on the country's power grid. Read More
A list of new(ish) command line tools
"I got a bunch of replies with tools I hadn’t heard of, so I thought I’d make a list here." Read More
The smallest Docker image to serve static websites
Serving a static website just got way more efficient! Thanks, Florin!
Read More

Meme of the Week 🤣

I'll have one order of the kernel's finest, please!
Patrick H, This is an IT Support Group
What have you done to prevent ransomware?
Learn from one of the industry leaders with decades of experience in the field! You can never do enough to protect yourself from potential ransomware attacks, which are fatal, and cause devastation and destruction to businesses globally every day. 

Download Threatlocker's free E-book on the 12 steps to protect yourself and your business against ransomware attacks!

Tech Support Gore of the Week 🤘

"If it look stupid, but it works, it ain’t stupid"
(via /r/techsupportgore)