Technology is evolving at lightning speed. It’s introducing new capabilities into our work and business lives. And, vitally, it’s reimagining the way we store data. How can you protect your business and its data from security vulnerabilities? The first step – identify them.
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January 14, 2020, as of this date, Microsoft will no longer produce any patches or updates for the Windows 7 platform. This potentially exposes users of devices with the Windows 7 operating system to vulnerabilities.
To support your organization’s growth, you’ll need the right technology. To make scalability more seamless, IT consultants can help. Find out about the benefits of engaging IT consultants.
Cybersecurity threats are evolving all the time. While antivirus software may have protected your business in the past, it’s no longer sufficient to defend you from all possible threats. Here’s why you need more than antivirus to protect your business from hackers in 2019.
Time is money. Business owners know this better than anyone. So, why are so many hesitant to outsource their IT? Let’s examine a few of the real pros and cons of outsourced IT services. We’ll then share a few tell-tale signs that you’re actually losing money by keeping IT tasks in-house.
When you enlist the help of what we’ll call an “IT guy,” you can’t expect they are capable of handling every IT issue you may encounter. This limited approach may be fine for your home setup; in the fast-paced business world, reliable support is critical. Let’s take a look at the four big differences between an “IT guy” and an IT helpdesk.
A managed service provider (also known as an MSP) takes care of an organization’s IT functions — moving away from an in-house model.
Is your IT services provider giving you exactly what you need? Are they supporting your business and securing optimal uptime? If you are unsure about this, it might be time to make a change.
Ransomware has completely locked you out of crucial files needed to run your business. Customer names and addresses have been obtained by a cybercriminal to be sold to shadow brokers.
If you’re not backing up your business data, drop everything and organize a backup solution right now. An estimated 140,000 hard drives fail in the US each week – without a robust backup strategy, you are putting your critical information at risk.
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