Running a small business requires making important decisions. One of the biggest decisions you’ll need to make in the early stages of your business is deciding whether to invest in desktop computers or laptops. Here are some considerations to help you decide.
Bringing awareness and training to employees is critical to address vulnerabilities that are caused by people. Since three-quarters of all cyberattacks or data breaches start with a phishing attempt or an error that happens at the user level, training your employees in cybersecurity will go a long way toward mitigating your risk for an attack.
If you’re planning to make Work from Home permanent after the pandemic, you could be making a big mistake for your business. Work from Home is just one facet of Work from Anywhere.
See our summary of key points below, and read the full article from the Harvard Business Review.
Do the features of your company’s chat application feel limited? With many tasks and people involved in daily work, having a centralized chat app to help you organize your team not only makes you more efficient, but it also saves time. Here’s how you can use a simple app that lets you do much more.
Are you looking to create a website for your business? Aside from the design and functionality of your website, make sure to also look into your web host. To get you started, here is a quick explanation of web hosts and which hosting type is best for your business.
As a business owner, you know that gaining and growing a solid base of loyal customers is crucial to the success of your venture. Therefore, the effectiveness and reliability of your customer relationship management (CRM) system will determine how far your company will go.
If your company has recently suffered from a data breach or a ransomware attack, then you know how costly it can be. You lose not just hundreds of dollars but also the reputation you’ve built through the years. That’s why you need cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions to protect your business from ever-growing cybersecurity threats.
Microsoft is urging users to abandon telephone-based multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions like one-time codes sent via SMS and voice calls and instead replace them with newer MFA technologies, like app-based authenticators and security keys.
Our President, Steve Meek, was invited to join an HHS conference call recently, where news was released jointly from the FBI, DHS, and HHS, warning of an "imminent and credible" ransomware threat against U.S hospitals. The attackers are targeting the Sector with "Trickbot" malware, often leading to ransomware attacks, data theft, and the disruption of healthcare services.
Servers are at the heart of most small- and medium-sized business (SMBs) operations. But with the strain that most SMBs put on their servers, one of the most important maintenance variables is temperature management. Understanding why keeping your servers cool will help you implement measures that can prevent them from crashing, which can lead to data loss and reduced network reliability.