You’ve watched the rise in data breaches over the past several years. You know that your small or medium business is now no safer than the big corporations–and that, in fact, many hackers are choosing to deliberately target businesses like yours to find less stringent security measures. It’s important, however, that you understand the full…
Cloud based solutions are proving their worth. Companies can see quantifiable benefits like lowered operating costs, improved resource allocation and increased agility. You may already have moved your phone system over to VoIP but innovations in technology permits businesses to move other commonly used technology to the cloud.
We are all connected. More than ever before, with global travel, with Internet and telecommunication, what happens to one affects all. This connectivity can be good, and it can be not so good, especially when it comes to security concerns.
Small business owners often think they are too relatively insignificant to be noticed by the roving eye of online criminals. There’s always indiscriminate attacks, of course, such as mass emails. Targeted attacks are sometimes misconstrued by business owners as being exclusively something for industry giants, like Sony and Yahoo!, to worry about.
How safe is the data you store in your computer network and what would a potential hacker do with this information? Many business owners believe they are safe from these type of attacks, but that is far from the reality of the situation. It is very possible that your business is not as protected as it should be.
Almost all IT execs have heard the term “managed services.” It refers to the proactive management of an IT asset by a third-party. Managed services providers supply proactive delivery of their service; this is what sets them apart from reactive IT services.
Maintaining your computer equipment is a high priority. Your company spends thousands of dollars every time you upgrade your equipment, so of course you want to keep it running at peak operational efficiency for as long as possible. You also need to know when it’s time to update, which will vary between types of equipment.…