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Vermont Panurgy News!
Vermont Panurgy is proud to announce an Open House event to be held at our headquarters in South Burlington, Vermont on Thursday October 19, 2017 from 8:30 am—1:00 pm. * Enjoy a great breakfast and the chance to meet and chat with other local business leaders! * Attend three hour-long sessions addressing today’s most relevant technology and workplace topics including cyber security and privacy protection! * Attend sessions to earn chances to win a Hilton Gift Card!
Vermont Panurgy is pleased to announce its association with Ascentium Capital, the largest private, independent finance company in the U.S. Ascentium provides attractive financing options for a wide variety of IT purchases including hardware, software, services, installation and training! Ascentium offers financing from $10,000 to $1.5 million, terms up to 60 months, quick credit decisions and simple documentation. Contact Vermont Panurgy to learn more! 800-974-1115; firstname.lastname@example.org
Vermont Panurgy is proud to announce its 2017 Open House event to be held at our headquarters in South Burlington, VT on Wednesday June 7 from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm.
- Hour long sessions covering today's most relevant topics ... including ransomware risk mitigation
- Breakfast and lunch will be professionally catered by Simply Divine
- Attend sessions to earn chances to win a Hilton Gift card!
The current outbreak of the Ransomware “WannaCrypt” (AKA “WannaCry”) is a major concern to us here at Vermont Panurgy and I am sure to you as well. The immediate step you should take, to prevent an outbreak, is to ensure that you have the patch, provided by Microsoft, installed. This patch is available via Windows Update to all currently Microsoft supported Operating Systems. If you have Automatic Updates turned on and configured to install updates you should already be protected. If you manually run Windows Updates, you should do so immediately and reboot your systems. Microsoft has also