In our May issue of SIMformation, we discuss the practice of using your Facebook login on any website beyond Facebook itself and what issues may arise. Given all the concerns over personal privacy and what information Facebook may divulge to third parties, is this a wise decision? We have details. We also look at a new technology, the software-defined wide area network, and how this is an option for remote offices or connecting to data centers, in lieu of VPNs or dedicated lines. An e-recycler is facing prison time for cloning Microsoft Windows recovery CDs and reselling them, and Windows 7 actually increased market share over Windows 10 in April, and interesting happening given Microsoft's attempt to move us all to Windows 10. Finally, we look at Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) – hackers snooping in your network and stealing information, and what the warning signs are if you are under attack. Plus we have an added bonus feature this month, an "In the Field" case study of SIM2K's work with the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library on the upgrade of their security camera system.