To Our Nutmeg Consulting Business Community,
As we monitor the implications of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the health and safety of our employees and business customers is our top priority. I am reaching out to let you know what we are doing to maintain safety requirements while keeping your business services functioning during this unprecedented event.
The following safety and reliability measures will be implemented immediately:
Employee Support. All of our team members have been given the option to work from home during this event and minimize exposure to the...
In between managing our client work and organizing our yearly Nutmeg barbeque we managed to present at a few conferences this year on some of the work we’ve done with Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS).
First, we presented at the always amazing National Human Services Data Consortium event this spring in Nashville, TN. You can learn more about the conference here and download our presentation,
We are inundated every day with news about different types of Ransomware demands and security breaches. If you think it won’t affect your business then it’s time to think again…
Nutmeg Consulting has teamed with Sophos, a worldwide leader in security and protection from malware and hackers. Join us on September 19th at 11 AM (EST) to learn how to prevent yourself from Ransomware and from being another statistic that we see all the time on the nightly news.
It’s a week of travel for several Nutmeg staff! We’re attending several conferences, both to learn and to present several of our successful business solutions. If you happen to be at any of them yourselves, please stop by to say hello.
Tuesday through Thursday, Russ and Jim are attending a conference in Fargo North Dakota for the Community Action Conference of Regions 8 and 10. Given that the majority of our clients are non-profits, it’s important as an industry leader to keep abreast of new movements in the marketplace....
Chris and I had the opportunity to participate in an online "blab" forum this week, the topic was "Internet Security - Are You as Safe As You Think?" , hosted by Small Business USA. The live format was really cool, with
Check out the recorded feed by clicking the link below and let us know if you find this useful, entertaining, boring - we'd love to learn what other topics you'd be interested in!
Heard about the Internet going to die in the next couple of days!? OpenSSL bug rocks the world, but you know its not all that bad.Here's a fantastic article from the Washington Post on it Click Here to Read . Check the websites you use for vulnerabilities with this tool (http://filippo.io/Heartbleed/), and only change your password if the site has no vulnerability (doing so if its still vulnerable just exacerbates the problem).
In November of 2011, Russ Cormier, CEO of Nutmeg Consulting, had a chance encounter when he met Chris George at a mission fair at Westminster Presbyterian Church. George had come to give a presentation about his organization, Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services (IRIS), which is a refugee resettlement agency that welcomes refugees from all over the world who have been selected by the US government to start new lives in the US.
“Many of [the refugees] have suffered persecution and have been forced to leave their home...
In an age where e-mail reigns as the major form of communication, people are finding more creative ways to obtain your personal information. Technology evolves and so do the minds of those scheming email attacks. This is why many of us get hooked by “phishing” emails.
Webopedia defines Phishing as “the act of sending an e-mail to a user falsely claiming to be an established legitimate enterprise in an attempt to scam the user into surrendering private information that...
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