Microsoft Office 2019

If you’re not on Office365, you may be curious about  the newest release of Office from Microsoft. Here’s what you need to know for now: For starters, you won’t be forced to upgrade. Microsoft Office 2019 is a standalone, one-time purchase that does not receive...

Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam…

So, one morning, you log onto your computer, open your email, and find yourself staring at a bunch of undeliverable emails in your Inbox.  These emails were created and sent from your computer, or so it seems, and have bounced back from yonder...

I know what you’ve been doing…

Now that we have your attention…   The following email text has been received by multiple contacts. Although the original email contains a user’s accurate password, in the opening sentence, it has been verified that this action was not possible and no...

7 Red Flags to Reduce Cyber Attack

John Podesta fell for a phishing attack, which led to the release of a decade’s worth of emails. The hacker posed as Google and alerted Podesta to change his password because of suspicious activity on his account. By clicking on the link within the email, hackers were...

Meet Our Team: Rachel Yanez

Rachel has been the Administrative Assistant and one of the dispatchers at DCNC for over 3 years. If you have ever called the office or help desk, you have probably spoken with her. Rachel also helps with ordering, inventory, billing and planning employee events. She...

Meet Our Team: Matt Herm

Matt recently joined DCNC as our Trainer and Application Support Specialist. He has over 15 years of experience working in law firms and corporate legal departments and jokingly claims to have been “everything but an attorney!”  Some of his favorite roles have...

Meet our Team: Lauren Wood

Lauren is DCNC’s Office Administrator- you may recognize her name from her monthly invoice emails! Lauren oversees the administrative side of DCNC- primarily financial, invoicing and HR. Lauren has past experience as a firm administrator for a law firm and is pleased...

Why Business Continuity?

What would happen to your business if your server crashed and did not come back up?   Certainly, you have some type of backup in place so you do not lose your important files. How long would it take to get replacement hardware, set up the new server, copy your files...