Intivix News
October 2016
Intivix Helps United Way of the Bay Area with Their Internal Fundraising Campaign, Called Souptacular!
Intivix is incredibly proud to be partnering with one of their own non-profit clients, United Way Bay Area, as they serve as a judge for the organization’s annual Souptacular fundraising cook-off.

10 Ways to Master Your Use of Microsoft Word
We’ve all had some experience in Microsoft Word, perhaps the most popular program in the Office Suite (many would argue). But many still don’t realize that there are quite a few hidden features in Word that, when learned, will help make you into a master of the globally-instituted document composition platform.
Rob Schenk of San Francisco’s Intivix Serves as Expert Panelist at Annual Channelomics MSP Conference!
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – September 27th 2016 – Rob Schenk, a managing partner with leading San Francisco IT firm, Intivix, was in San Jose last week to serve as an expert panelist for the annual Channelnomics Managed Service Provider (MSP) Conference.
On the Apple Update Regarding the Security Content of iOS 10.1
Apple released a statement regarding the security content of iOS 10.1 on October 24 which breaks down the various security-flaw patches relating to Apple iOS 10 facets and apps the platform contains or works with.

  “Our single biggest benefit to our company is having Intivix as our IT provider. We now have the ability to focus all our attention on the business and not spend time worrying about our computer systems.

From my experience, what sets Intivix above the other IT firms we have worked with in the past is the corporate culture they have in place that allows them to develop and keep good people. Intivix has built a great business, thanks for taking care of us!”

Scott Smith,
President, Union Fish Company
Ransomware Protection
October is #CyberSecurity Month!
The National Cyber Security Alliance has released information on Navigating Your Connected Life which examines our future using Internet of Things (IoT) devices, like mobile phones and laptops.

Below, are three of the most important tips for Cyber Security.

1. Always remember the world around you, never leave your phone or laptop unattended for someone to steal.

2. Use difficult passwords, something that includes many variations of letters and symbols, not your first name.

3. Be careful of Wi-Fi networks. Before you log into the free cafe Wi-Fi, remember that dozens of other people also have access.
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