GadellNet Blog

GadellNet Partners with Independent Schools of St. Louis

June 22, 2018

St. Louis, MO. GadellNet, a top Managed Services provider in the Midwest, is excited to become a recognized sponsor of the Independent Schools of St. Louis (ISSL) Association.   ISSL is a non-profit association serving over 40 independent schools in the St. Louis area.  ISSL promotes and advocates for the personalized education offered by these independent schools, creates forums for collaboration among them, and offers resources for parents interested in providing an independ [...]

Data Integrity: What It Is + Best Practices for Businesses

June 21, 2018

What is Data Integrity? Data integrity, as a state of data, refers to the accuracy, consistency, and reliability of data stored in databases, data warehouses, data marts, or any of your internal data storage locations, such as a CRM. But what does that really mean? Well, data integrity is all about your data being correct and reliable no matter where its stored and no matter how long you’ve had it. You could think of it as your data quality. Having your data correct means it must be com [...]

We’re Looking for Referrals

June 13, 2018

GadellNet is continually looking for new and awesome people to add to our team (and not because of a high turn over rate, our employee retention is 98%). Just this month, we’ve brought on three new employees, but we still need more. GadellNet prides itself on the culture created by our values. We look for people who will fit in with the rest of the team and be a real go-getter. In return for being a hardworking team member, you get to bask in the open and intentional culture of GadellNet. W [...]

Spear Phishing vs Phishing + How to Avoid Both

June 8, 2018

Spear Phishing vs. Phishing Spear phishing and phishing are both forms of malicious electronic communication that involve tricking people into giving out personal, sensitive information. The primary difference is that general phishing attempts are sent to masses of people, whereas spear phishing attempts are personalized to an individual. Consider the following scenario... You receive an email from your bank. They’ve emailed you before, so you’re not suspicious. You open the email and read [...]