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iTracs Warns of Office Crime

iTracs is warning network managers to be wary of office perils this holiday season

CHICAGO -- iTRACS, the leader in intelligent network infrastructure management (IIM), is warning network managers to be wary of office perils this holiday season.

Helen Wadsworth UK & Ireland Sales Manager at iTRACS explained; "Each new year we see a flurry of calls from network managers who have experienced problems over the holiday season. Typically this time of year offices are left with skeleton staff who may not even be permanent employees.. For a criminal, this provides an unparalleled opportunity to steal information or hardware from the network, which can be particularly hard to trace once the holiday season is over..

We would urge any organisation to review the security measures it has in place over the Christmas period toinclude network management systems that can monitor activity and highlight any event that may have taken place that is unauthorised."

iTracs Corp.

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