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LANtec Lagniappe PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 September 2015 07:08

LANtec Lagniappe

Get to know all about our Employee of the Month, CHRISTINA HENRY!Christina

How long have you been with LANtec?

5 yrs

What is your music style?


What is your “go-to” song?

“I’ll trust you”

Biggest pet peeve?

Bad Customer Service

What is your favorite comfort food?


What is your guilty pleasure?


Fears or superstitions?

Black Cats

What is one thing you CANNOT live without?

God in my life

What is one thing on your bucket list?

Visit Hawaii

Tell us something that people may be surprised to know about you.

I have a recent love for fishing, but hate to touch the wormsJ(that’s not suprising)

What do you enjoy the most about working at LANtec?

I enjoy working for Lantec because I love being a part of a company that gives people anopportunity to advance and be able to better themselves through training. I love to see so manystudents leave with the knowledge and skillset to accomplish whatever goals they have set forthemselves from some of the best instructors around.

Technology Diversity in the 21st century PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 25 August 2015 08:25

Great post from LANtec contract instructor, D'Sunte Wilson (Tech enterpreneur and trainer for technology like Cisco, Java, Microsoft, PMP, AutoCad , & Social Media)

Technology Diversity in the 21st century

Having a diverse workforce and training everyone in an organization to appreciate and embrace diversity can help set a business apart from its competition. The consequences for organizations that lag behind in addressing issues of diversity are high:   missed opportunities, customer and client complaints, and service-delivery

We need to explore the challenges that arise from diversity, issues that surface in diverse work groups, and methods for handling conflict.

For your organization to move forward you must do the following:

  • Explain the business case for diversity.
  • Describe the challenges of and remedies for stereotyping in the workplace.
  • Describe a model of feedback, communication, and listening.
  • Develop an action plan to improve communication skills

Yes, there are many other things an organization can do, but  start with this first.  Technology diversity is needed in order to spread your brand for inclusion throughout the world

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 August 2015 08:31
How And Why You Are Tracked Online PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 16 July 2015 08:49

How And Why You Are Tracked Online

privacyWe are excited to see a number of people from the technical community sharing their knowledge and ideas! This week we are featuring a blog post from InfoTECH!

We recently wrote an article about Browser Privacy Modes and mentioned that those modes were not able to stop certain other services from tracking your activities online, such as your ISP, plugins, and certain special cookies. We felt it was important to cover how and why we are all tracked across the Internet. The results are probably not surprising to most of our readers.

This post is not intended to be all-inclusive, nor exhaustive in explanation. Let’s dive in:


This form of tracking often shows a site owner how many people visit their site over a period of time, how a visitor arrived at their site, general geographical location of visitors, the company identification (network identification) of a visitor, and other technical details like the browser and operating system used by visitors. This helps most websites craft better content or show ads that are more relevant to their visitors, which brings us to our next point.


Last Updated on Thursday, 16 July 2015 09:00
Keep Your Office VIRUS FREE with Help from Your Team! PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 27 May 2015 12:37

Keep Your Office VIRUS FREE with Help from Your Team!

Everyday email decisions can play a huge role in determining whether or not viruses break your office email barriers. While SPAM filters do a great job of blocking most problems, viruses can occasionally slip through, and YOU become the last line of defense!

Here are some simple and great tips for you to implement when checking emails daily:

  1. Email with INVOICE in the header, coming from an unknown sender.SPAM-email-virus-filter
  2. Any email with any attachment other than pdf, especially .zip!
  3. Any email telling you that you have a security issue with an account, and to click a link to investigate. Never click links imbedded into these types of messages. Use your web browser to navigate separately to the company’s website and login.
  4. Any unsolicited email from an unknown sender should always be treated with suspicion.
  5. Any file attachments should first be downloaded to your computer before opening, as long as they don’t violate any of the above rules. This way, your computer’s local Anti-Virus app can scan the file as soon as it hits the drive.
  6. Finally, if you’re unsure of an email you’ve received, forward it to the helpdesk and we’ll check it out.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 May 2015 13:04

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