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Welcome to the April Microsoft Patch Super Tuesday Bulletin. This month there are 73 Bulletins we recommend to be addressed. There are 6 Critical updates for the Microsoft products. The good news is that even if the amount of vulnerabilities is high, none of them are being reported as exploited in...

Hi, my name is Lorelei Gibson and I’m a Client Advisor at ECHO Technology Solutions. My background is in executive assistance for C-Level executives and my focus these days is agile project management for software development projects. For both roles, organization and time management is key to supporting thriving...

Here at ECHO we have extensive experience with companies that are undergoing all ranges of growth. From rapid expansion, to a bit more controlled scaling, we have seen it. With this in mind, we have noticed a few common phrases said around these offices that...

Happy Thanksgiving from our ECHO family to yours! Now that we are officially into December storm season is upon us here in San Francisco, and with storms come lightning. Salesforce Lightning that is. That was the hot topic at this year’s Dreamforce and we left...

ECHO has been made aware of phishing attempts using names of managers at ECHO. Please note that if you apply for a job at ECHO Technology Solutions, you may receive a call or email from HR, but will NOT under any circumstances be requested to...

Finding your Trail Even though this was my eleventh Dreamforce, it still came with that giddy and overwhelming “first day of school” feeling. Walking into a conference of 170,000 people, it can be hard to find your bearings at first. But eventually you locate “your people”....

ECHO is out and about at this year’s Dreamforce conference, where we’ve been hearing a lot about the impact that Salesforce can have on the mission of nonprofits. Over 25,000 nonprofits now use Salesforce, and each nonprofit has unique requirements on how they want to...

Salesforce.org is doubling down on its support of the nonprofit community, providing enhanced and evolving features to turbocharge operations and maximize impact. By now, it’s well-known that the effective use of technology is key to the success of nonprofits, from boosting fundraising ROI to optimizing program...

Last week, Apple hosted their annual iPhone event where they revealed their latest addition, the iPhone 7. This device has been rumored about for quite some time and one of the most pervasive rumors was that Apple would be doing away with the headphone jack. Well,...

Do regular password changes actually make things worse? A recent article at CSO Online stipulates that it might. A summary of that article would read: Trust your users to not use the same passwords everywhere, because forcing them to use a different one periodically will backfire when they use...

The convenience of single sign-on services is undeniable.  Pretty much every useful website or app requires a password these days, and keeping all of those credentials straight can be both frustrating and insecure.  We all have our system.  Post-It notes on a computer monitor, excel...