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New Partnership with Star2Star Communications to enhance VoIP/Unified Communications Offering

September 12th, 2019

In an effort to bring you the highest quality Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and Unified Communications (UC) solutions, we recently formalized a partnership with Star2Star Communications.  Star2Star specializes in innovative business VoIP solutions that help businesses of all sizes in any industry stay connected to what matters. Their Full Spectrum Communications Solution offers end-to-end […]

Introduction of Barracuda Networks Products for Complimentary O365 Services

July 24th, 2019

As the adoption and deployment of Office 365 continues to grow exponentially within the industry, there has always been a growing concern whether a cloud-based solution can offer comparable features to a premise-based email server, or hosted email solution.  While the O365 subscription model and products are certainly the direction the industry is moving, consumers […]

Career Opportunity

July 19th, 2016

Vice President of Operations   GSC IT Solutions is searching for a talented and driven individual eager to take on the challenge of leading the company to its next level of growth.  The successful candidate will lead the day-to-day operations of the Company; coordinate efforts to expand, train, and develop a staff of IT and […]

This Month’s FAQ – I’ve Heard Of Phishing, But What Is Whaling?

September 14th, 2015

Question: I’ve heard of phishing, where scammers masquerade as a trustworthy entity in an email and try to get my usernames, passwords, or other personal data. But what is whaling? Answer: Whaling is a specific form of phishing that’s designed to target upper-level managers in private companies. A whaling email is designed to…

FAQ – Is Virus Protection Needed for Both Our Server and Our Workstations?

May 29th, 2015

Question: Our tech guy says we should have virus protection on both our server and our individual workstations. If all of our email comes in through a central server and we’re all connected to it, wouldn’t virus software on our server be enough protection?

The End of Windows Server 2003

May 29th, 2015

The countdown has begun—after July 14, 2015 support for Windows Server 2003 is ending. That means that Microsoft will no longer supply updates and patches for free. Although this doesn’t mean that on July 14th your server is just going to stop working or implode