Cyber crimes are continually on the rise, with hackers finding new ways to thwart security systems. There are many ways these nefarious characters will try to attack a business, but these four methods are some of the most common. Weak passwords – If your employees have weak passwords, it’s easy
Today your business and the technology you deploy are connected more than ever. When you’re planning your annual budget, how often does your IT budget become a deciding factor for growth? Chances are it’s deeply connected. There are ways that can take some of the pressure off when planning for
COVID-19 affected every facet of our lives in 2020. While our current reality has changed, we stay hopeful that we’ll all return to “normal” soon. However, one thing that hasn’t changed. In fact, it’s even more important in light of our current situation. That’s the need for professional IT services, especially in light
2020 caused a major upheaval for businesses around the world. While no one could have predicted the effects of COVID-19, businesses can use the lessons learned from 2020 to plan for 2021. Here are four must-haves for your business next year: Cloud Computing and Security Access to your data is
Most business owners know that cybercrimes are on the rise and are putting their company at risk, but the lingo surrounding these high-tech attacks can be confusing. Phishing, malware, DoS – what does it all mean? Understanding these terms can help you get a better handle on securing your company.
Big or small, your company relies on technology to run your day-to-day operations – but supporting and updating all of that technology can be difficult. Most SMBs recognize the value of IT support, but may not be sure whether hiring in-house or outsourcing is the right choice. There are pros