Thrive Gwinnett | Julie Price | Tech Accelerator | Ep 9
https://youtu.be/HYAyuNQVn7s As a thriving business in the information technology industry, Rocket IT continues to shed light on October’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month. In this ...
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What Happens When You Download an Email Attachment?
When opening an email and clicking the attachment held inside, do you ever think about what goes on behind the scenes; before and after that ...
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What We’re Reading in March This Year
Happy National Reading Month! Among other great holidays like St. Patrick’s Day and the first day of spring, we celebrate reading and literacy in March. ...
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Warm Fuzzies Feel Good
A few days ago, one of our support engineers told me that an employee of a valued customer had moved to another organization. He was ...
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Thrive Gwinnett | Julie Price | Tech Accelerator | Ep 9

Oct 28, 2020

As a thriving business in the information technology industry, Rocket IT continues to shed light on October’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month.

In this installment of Thrive Gwinnett, we have the privilege of talking with Julie Price, Marketing Director of the Atlanta Tech Park.

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What Happens When You Download an Email Attachment?

Oct 13, 2020

When opening an email and clicking the attachment held inside, do you ever think about what goes on behind the scenes; before and after that file is clicked?

If you’ve left your inbox and device unsecured, it’s likely that you click, cross your fingers, and hope you can trust the source. But let’s say you’ve invested in cybersecurity. What happens next?

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What We’re Reading in March This Year

Mar 17, 2017

Happy National Reading Month! Among other great holidays like St. Patrick’s Day and the first day of spring, we celebrate reading and literacy in March. We love reading at Rocket IT. In fact, our organization offers a book reimbursement program for our employees who find great books and share them with the rest of the…

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Warm Fuzzies Feel Good

Mar 26, 2009

A few days ago, one of our support engineers told me that an employee of a valued customer had moved to another organization. He was sorry to see her go because he had enjoyed knowing her and working with her. I was disappointed myself, knowing that she was well-liked by our team. It’s always a…

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