Remember March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb, so if you’re feeling bogged down by the weather and your energy is waning don’t worry calmer days are on the way!
Take some time in the next few weeks to appreciate the little things and watch your mood change with the weather.
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The TNS Group
Client Spotlight: Connecticut Cancer Foundation
The Connecticut Cancer Foundation celebrated their 32nd Annual Celebrity Dinner & Auction last month. Over 800 MLB stars, sponsors, volunteers and community members gathered at Mohegan Sun in support of the foundation.
Some of the celebrities that attended the event include Master of Ceremonies, Michael Kay, along with Boston Red Sox World Series MVP Steve Pearce and announcer/cancer survivor Jerry Remy. New York Yankees superstars Luis Severino, Miguel Andujar, Luke Voit and Yankee’s announcer John Flaherty, also came out in support of the cause.
But the real highlight of the evening was a special presentation by two of CCF’s own MVPs (Most Valuable Patients), Cam and Meadow, pediatric cancer patients currently in remission, that stole the hearts of everyone in attendance.
The event raised over half a million dollars for Connecticut families burdened by the financial hardships of caring for a loved one with cancer. For the past 31 years, CCF has donated over $5 million to more than 6,000 Connecticut families in need, and the Foundation has also donated over $2 million to support ongoing cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
The TNS Group is a proud sponsor of the CCF Annual Celebrity Dinner & Auction! Congratulations to Jane Ellis and everyone at The Connecticut Cancer Foundation for a great event. For more information about CCF and how you can get involved visit their website.
Solution Spotlight: Security Awareness Training
The rise of phishing and spoofing schemes continues in 2019 and it is important to keep your employees informed. These types of attacks are getting more sophisticated and it is important to know what to look for, as out linked below.
To take it a step further, Security Awareness Training provides an additional layer of security for your employees by simulating these types of attacks and is just as important as having anti-virus, anti-spam or a firewall. This Managed Security best practice enables you to guard against your last line of defense, your end users.
Browntown’s Tech Corner: What is the Cloud?
Check back next month for more tech tips, tricks and charm!