As data breaches become more common and cyber security emerges as one of the most important considerations for large organizations in the information age, cost-effective methods of reducing security threats are heavily sought after. Luckily, human firewalls are a great addition to traditional security measures that can strengthen the weakest links in the company, reduce data loss and theft, and maintain a secure environment with reduced technological intervention.
Many companies understand the necessity of technology in their daily operations but often don't know what they need. They may not understand the value of the investment, only that some things work better or that they are more insulated from the threat of cybersecurity attacks in one environment compared to another.
A huge number of small and medium-sized businesses would consider using pirated software to try and save money. A new study has revealed a surprising number of businesses willing to break the law to save costs. Our advice? Think twice before you walk the plank.
Large and small businesses alike face a cadre of increasingly sophisticated data security threats. These threats come in the form of data breaches, ransomware attacks, data leakage, hacking, and insider threats that result in the loss of consumer confidence and place your business at risk.
Do you inwardly (or outwardly) groan at the thought of yet another video call?
They’re now a normal part of our working lives, but it doesn’t make them any more exciting.
Good news: Microsoft is introducing Metaverse-style avatars, called Mesh avatars, to Teams.
For companies that do not want the expense of managing an in-house information technology team, using an outsourced IT service provider is an outstanding option that can provide the level of service and support you require for all customers. All IT functions are handled for you, including:
New hardware installation
Security and compliance
Remote access solutions
Remote access solutions
Mobile device management
These are just a few critical functions your IT service provider will provide, but one of the most crucial will be ongoing remote support.
Technology is a beautiful thing. It makes operating businesses easier than ever and makes life more convenient. Until it doesn’t. As long as technology is operating at maximum efficiency, life is good. But once there is an interruption to the technical process or you find yourself in need of technical assistance, things can become inconvenient fast.
With each passing year, businesses become more dependent upon technology. Tech allows you to track everything from banking to patient records. It also allows employees to manage responsibilities and tasks from home, creating greater flexibility in the workplace.
Ransomware attacks have been prominent in the news lately. One of the actual uses of cryptocurrency is for hackers to get paid as they hold your data hostage, crippling your company. These attacks are too common and can cost millions of dollars when all is said and done.
You likely went into business not to perform your own IT support. No, you're there to run your business, but your company's data and IT infrastructure are far too valuable to trust to just anyone. Even an hour of downtime comes with tremendous cost.
Additionally, when your systems are made more efficient and easy to use, the whole company sees increased productivity and earnings.