It’s certainly no understatement to say many of today’s businesses rely on a network to maintain a connection between shared devices, coworkers’ computers and, in some cases, even their customers’ devices. But the more devices, hardware and software that rely on a business’s network connection, the more susceptible[...]Read more.
Data is everything in today’s business world.
Think about it: Businesses of every size, from the largest corporations to small one-man or mom and pop operations, rely on data to keep their businesses successful and growing.
This is why it is absolutely imperative for all businesses to have a reliable way to not only keep data secure, but[...]Read more.
How reliable is the technology that your business and its employees rely on each and every day? Every business owner should know the answer to this question.
If you do not have an answer or know that the technology used by your business or organization could be improved, then it may be time for a technology audit, also referred to as an IT audit,[...]Read more.
Think about for a moment how many emails you read and send per day. Now, add in the number of emails your coworkers or employees read and send per day.
That’s a lot of emails. Or, as a hacker or other malicious entity may see it, that’s a lot of opportunity for mischief or malicious activity. When it comes to email, that malicious[...]Read more.
“The network is down again.”
Those words unleash nightmare scenarios for many business owners and their employees. When networks go down or suffer serious lag in connection speeds, productivity takes a hit and businesses have to scramble to make sure operations don’t grind to a complete halt.
Troubleshooting wireless network[...]Read more.
All businesses, whether they are small, medium or large, need reliable data storage solutions. There’s no way around it.
Simply think about how much data that is necessary for business operations. There is email, documents, databases, spreadsheets, websites themselves and so much more. All of that data needs to be stored somewhere.
Never before have small businesses needed to focus more on how they plan to defend their networks and devices against cyber attacks, specifically malware.
Most businesses, not just small, are taking this threat seriously - as they should. In 2018, security service investment in company budgets grew faster than any other investment area.
Business IT needs are always changing. However, one constant that remains is the need for each company to maintain and secure some form of network infrastructure.Read more.
Businesses rely on the internet and the many wireless networking capabilities it offers more than ever before.
With good reason, too. Not only does better wireless networking improve experiences between businesses and customers, but it can also increase capabilities within the office by streamlining communication, offering productivity-boosting[...]Read more.
The world of malware is constantly transforming. Those who wish to cause grief for computer users are always discovering new ways to annoy and even cause actual financial harm through their cyber attacks.
These cyber attacks are also getting sneakier and more sophisticated. On top of that, hundreds of millions of computer viruses and malicious[...]Read more.
Nobody likes interruptions. This is certainly true for businesses and busy professionals who have productivity levels to meet and goals to accomplish every day.
However, some interruptions are necessary. Take software updates, for example. Though they can interrupt the daily workflow, software updates carry anything from user experience[...]Read more.
If you have an email account, then chances are you have encountered your fair share of phishing and other forms of spam email messages.
Every day, 14.5 billion spam messages are sent, according to Spam Laws. That accounts for 45 percent of all email sent every day.
Email clients apply filters and separate most spam from your general inbox, but[...]Read more.
Welcome to the Age of Technology, in which everything seems to be connected through the Internet and internal networks. If you are running a business, you most likely have a network that you and your employees use for operational tasks.
Your network might seem secure to you, but how are you really going to know without getting it checked out[...]Read more.