Carlos Tanseco

Hi, I’m Carlos Canseco, a Support Technician with a passion for everything technology related. I’ve been working for Imaginet for over a year and have a wealth of experience in Office 365, Windows Server 2008 – 2019, Active Directory and Microsoft Windows OS. After work hours you can find me in the gym or playing badminton with my friends! Thank you for taking the time to read my blog post and I hope you find my content helpful!

Posts by Carlos Tanseco

QR Code Phishing Attacks: Are You Protected?

QR code phishing attacks or “Quishing” are on the rise, and it’s crucial to raise awareness about this evolving threat. Scanning these codes has become second nature to many of us, but have we fully considered the potential risks they pose?  The use of QR codes have become increasingly popular due to the events of the COVID-19 pandemic, as it is easier to access information, websites, and services all while minimizing the risk of spreading germs. Since QR codes are more common than ever, it has led to the rise of QR code scams. It’s essential to be aware of the risks they pose and to be able to identify … Read more

Uses of Intune in a Remote Work Environment

Microsoft Intune is the perfect solution to help you manage and secure your remote work environment. It provides easy access to all your apps, data, and resources while ensuring compliance with organizational policies. Get started today and make sure your remote work environment is safe

Implementing External Email Tagging in Outlook

In this blog, let’s discuss implementing an ‘external’ tag identifier on your business email. This feature implements an “External” tag identifier on Outlook for email messages received from outside your organization. Microsoft created this feature in hopes that the external tag will help users easily identify spam and phishing threats from external senders. When someone outside your organization receives an email, an “External” title will be present in Outlook on the web, Outlook for Mac, Outlook for iOS, and Android. After clicking the external tag, the email address for the sender will be shown.