Bryley executives, Gavin Livingstone, President, and Kristin Pryor, Director of Services/Delivery, were invited on November 21 to attend Career Day at Doherty Memorial High School in Worcester. The goal of career day was to introduce students to careers by bringing community members into the school to discuss their jobs.
Michael Racine of Fitchburg joins Bryley Systems’ Services/Delivery team as a Senior Technician. With over 5 years of professional IT experience, Michael will support end-user service requests, both onsite at the client and remotely, in all facets of end-user technology. Mr. Racine completed the Computer and Networking Technology Program at Porter and Chester Institute in […]
Alongside links to Amazon, Home Depot, Staples, etc. Google’s sponsored shopping sections also show unfamiliar stores with lower prices than those of the well-known retailers. But are these really good deals? Here are some ways to see if an inexpensive site is really going to get you what you want. None of these are absolute […]
On November 11th, 2019, the Bryley Team, led by John DeCola, Senior Airman, USAF, assembled to raise the flag in honor of the Nation’s veterans. We are proud to honor Mr. DeCola, as well as retired employee, James Livingston, Captain, USAF, and are grateful for the sacrifices made by all veterans, past and present. We […]
Last week, Microsoft rolled out its promised “Unverified Sender” enhancement to Office 365 to help users “identify suspicious messages” (i.e. spam or phishing emails) that reach the Outlook inbox. 1 This comes after a bulletin in which Microsoft urged Office 365 administrators and users to not turn off its built-in spam filters to “minimize the potential of a data breach or a compromised account.” 2
Many users are mistaken that there are different kinds of protections to their data in the cloud. But the risks of data loss or compromised data are no less of a problem in the cloud than in a modern server, desktop or phone.
Given the number of vulnerabilities and exposures that are revealed every day [ https://www.bryley.com/2019/07/23/crunching-the-patching-numbers/ ], Mike Carlson, Bryley’s Chief Technology Officer, and Garin Livingstone, Director of Operations, agreed to be interviewed to walk me through the process they go through to keep computer systems updated. Mike has deep experience with local- and wide-area network design and implementation, and is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer™. Garin is a Microsoft Certified Technician™ and holds an A+ Certification, and has expertise in operations and technology.
Last month, I had an opportunity to volunteer at the Community Harvest Project located in Harvard; an event hosted by the Corridor 9 Chamber of Commerce. Harnessed in canvas bags and supervised by farm staff, we rhythmically picked the trees clean in about an hour, then carefully sorted and packaged the apples for delivery to […]