On October 23, 2020, Bryley volunteers (and sisters) Carol and Cathy joined the Corridor 9/495 Chamber of Commerce for their Annual Community Service Day on behalf of the Community Harvest Project [1 min. read]
Last Friday (October 30th, 2020), the scary folks at Bryley were at it again; Kristin called for costumes, and our team delivered! Michelle — Pigs in a blanket Tom — Certified RV salesperson Our Boss forgot to dress-up (again) Carol B — Trick-or-treat witches […]
Cybercriminals have gotten through some of the world’s best defenses. They’re often after data, corrupting it, and locking it up for payment through ransomware. No security strategy is complete until it takes the last step of protecting data with quickly available, full, uncorrupted copies of everything your business depends on [6.5 min. read]
Last month Bryley got an email about the work of Michelle Denio from a happy client [2.5 min. read]
Office 365 … er actually Microsoft 365 … keeps changing. Unlike when you could purchase licenses with three-year feature cycles, the Software-as-a-Service (SAAS) model with rolling updates means that every month we’re getting feature updates [6.5 min. read]
After 83 years, your brick courtyard walls might need some repair … [1 min. read]
The barrier to ransomware entry has become so low. Ransomware is now distributed on the dark web like any other Software as a Service (SAAS, e.g. Spotify, Netflix, Dropbox). And its pricing starts at about $20 for a basic-level ransomware attack. Type “RAAS” or “ransomware as a service” in a dark web search engine. You’ll get pages of results. Most people think of hackers as geniuses. That’s far from true any more.