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Introducing Harmony Cloud

Posted by Matt Almendinger on Sep 17, 2021 2:00:00 PM

What is Harmony Cloud?

Leveraging our knowledge of client needs over the past two decades, we have been able to design cloud solutions specifically for businesses like yours. Meaning Harmony Cloud can be a hosted infrastructure at a fraction of the cost of public clouds providers. Using a scalable and redundant infrastructure, your business gets turn-key access to high-performing hardware without any upfront investment.

Harmony Cloud represents the pinnacle of our Harmony philosophy - providing simple, robust solutions that are available from anywhere. Plus, Harmony Cloud is designed to integrate with our full stack of solutions, providing you with the most complete user experience of all of our solutions.

Meet the next evolution of your business' computing.

Harmony Cloud is built upon our Harmony philosophy by providing effortless flexibility and peace of mind to you and your staff. Moving your workloads and electronic processes to the Harmony Cloud allows your team to work from anywhere without ever worrying about purchasing another server again. And with the Harmony Cloud doing all the heavy lifting, you don't need to invest in expensive or bulky PCs. Use long-lasting thin-clients, repurposed computers, tablets (such as iPad or Android), or even cost-effective Chromebooks. These systems also represent an increase in security by using hardened Operating Systems that reduce your exposure to ransomware.

Harmony Cloud is not only designed to be highly redundant and scalable but flexible, too, by allowing you to run our stack on your premises.

If you're ready to do business anywhere, read on...

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Topics: Harmony, IT services, Managed Service Provider, Remote Workforce, Harmony Cloud

T-Mobile hack, Yik Yak back, OnlyFans (un)banning and more!

Posted by Griffin Ball on Aug 27, 2021 11:00:00 AM

**Please note**

This podcast was recorded before OnlyFans' most recent statement, pulling a complete 180.

In other words, the ban we mention in this podcast is no longer happening.

The Lighthouse IT Podcast - August 27th, 2021

This week, we discuss a potentially fatal flaw in Apple products for people with pacemakers, the Conti Ransomware Operation, Walmart's new GoLocal service, changes in OnlyFans allowed content (and then their swift backpedaling), the revival of Yik Yak, the T-Mobile hack, a new Amazon department store, and the latest report from Facebook.

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Topics: Managed Service Provider, Misc., Internet Safety, Ransomware, Cybersecurity, Podcast

Big Router Hack, Citizen, Salesforce+, Star Wars hotel and more!

Posted by Griffin Ball on Aug 13, 2021 11:00:00 AM

The Lighthouse IT Podcast - August 13th, 2021

This week, we discuss a vulnerability in some home & small business routers, the new LOTR series, Salesforce+ the latest video streaming platform, Citizen an app for tracking crime, targeted banning services on Instagram, and Disney's new Star Wars themed hotels.

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Topics: Managed Service Provider, Misc., Internet Safety, Cybersecurity, Podcast

Kaseya's Ransom, PetitPotam, HiveNightmare, Apple update, and more!

Posted by Griffin Ball on Jul 30, 2021 11:00:00 AM

The Lighthouse IT Podcast - July 30th, 2021

This week, we discuss how Kaseya obtained a decryption key without paying any ransom, the NTLM relay attack called PetitPotam, the HiveNightmare Bug that may leak your passwords, Apple's Zero-Day bug affecting iOS & macOS, and some Olympic advertising drama.

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Topics: Managed Service Provider, Internet Safety, Ransomware, Podcast