Coming to you from a distant deck at Marco Island, Florida. Again, cheers. After I got here to Marco Island, I had the opportunity to be a contestant on Cybersecurity Jeopardy! With our host Miles Walker, whom many of you may know, and two other contestants. It was a bunch of fun and I was really amazed if the number of questions I actually got right. Unfortunately, I still didn't win, but did make second place. If you missed it, you should check out the recordings. There will be a lot of fun to watch. You'll learn a lot about cybersecurity. Plus, laugh with us at hilarious banter going on throughout the show. On a more serious note, in case you haven't heard, the city of Dallas, Texas, was hit with a ransomware attack this week, shutting down the city's online and it services for the municipal government and the courts, as well as the police department. As far as I know, they still haven't determined exactly how it got into their systems, but it does demonstrate that it could hit anywhere at any time. So we really need to educate our teams to increase cybersecurity awareness and hopefully prevent it from happening to our companies. Now, email is still the number one way that malicious code, including ransomware, get into our networks. So please use spam protection for your email and advanced endpoint protection plus application ring-fencing coupled with cybersecurity awareness training to make sure your company is more cyber resilient. Now here's another reminder for my Houston friends. I'm going to be speaking about stickiness at the Kaseya it Connect Local in Houston on May 23rd. So please come out and join me. I'd love to see you. You can go to connect to register.