Traditionally, businesses have relied on their own in-house IT teams to maintain their infrastructure and provide technical support. However, the cost of building an internal IT department that can handle today’s ever-changing technology can be out of reach for many small and medium-sized businesses. That’s why many SMBs are turning
Hackers love the office printer. Over half of companies forget to include them in their security plans, leaving them an open door for attack – and hackers are all too happy to walk right in. Here are five ways your printer is putting your network at risk, and how to
With technology changing all the time, it can be hard to know when the time is right to upgrade. Some companies hold on to older technology for years because it continues to work, however, legacy technology often lacks the security and more up-to-date features posing a variety of risks. What
Today, we’re all more aware of the importance of data security and taking the steps needed to secure our businesses. One area that is often still overlooked is your office printer. A printer is a common gateway a hacker will use to gain access to your home or company network.
Just a few months ago, it seemed like we were hearing about a new data breach or ransomware attack every day. Then COVID-19 began dominating the headlines. Security was a major concern before the pandemic, and as many of us are still working remotely and using collaborative tools security is more