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Document Management Lifecycle – Part 4: Security

May 8, 2014 | Filed under: RJS Software Systems, Security, Technology

icon-secureToday's post covers the fourth and final installment of our series on the Document Management Lifecycle: Document Security.

The Insidiousness of Cellphone Malware

Mar 18, 2014 | Filed under: Technology

hacked-phoneHackers and cyber criminals continue to get more sophisticated, especially when it comes to fooling people via less traditional attack vectors such as mobile devices and cellphones. Learn to detect high- and low-tech malware attempts.

DNS Changer shenanigans: How not to lose your internet connection

Jul 9, 2012 | Filed under: Leigh's Security Tips, Security

Here's a great video on how to prepare yourself for the DNS Changer virus and how to make sure you remain connected to the internet.

Customer success stories

Feb 20, 2012 | Filed under: RJS Software Systems

RJS solves difficult problems and streamlines business processes for customers big and small. Whether it is a substantial “paperless” solution with multiple products, or a small company needing an affordable, yet robust security suite in Sophos, we’ve found that no two sales are the same.

Although many of our customers want to go paperless or automate a business process, each situation is unique and needs a solution that is tailored to their business environment. We take pride in providing that personal touch to our customers. Here are a handful of our favorite success stories of 2011. 

If you’re having chicken for dinner, there’s a good chance the package has a Gold’n Plump logo on it. Looking to capture web-based forms while integrating with their Lawson portal, Minnesota-based Gold’n Plump is soon rolling out WebForms to capture HR documents. Gold’n Plump also embraces the entire document management lifecycle by managing and distributing documents with WebDocs and securing their data with Sophos.

Malware strikes Netflix

Oct 13, 2011 | Filed under: Leigh's Security Tips, Security

Did you visit Netflix this weekend? Cyber villains hacked the site and attempted to inject Trojan viruses onto user computers.