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Hidden macros and viruses can spread through your network after one simply click in a e-mail. A strong policy guards against malware and other malicious e-mail threats.
Virus protection is one of the primary battles IT departments wage each day. Viruses actually hide themselves, often as macros, within other files, such as spreadsheets or Word documents. When an infected file is opened from a computer connected to the network, the virus can spread throughout the network and may damage it. So it's important to have a solid policy detailing proper e-mail and virus security policies.
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