Learn more about the current cyber security challenges organizations of all sizes need to be prepared for and our top tips to keep employees working productively and securely from home during these unprecedented circumstances we are all experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data that once lived in basements and backrooms is being moved to cloud-based servers and SaaS applications. Historically, data backup has always been a key component of any IT strategy – whether it was stored on floppy disks, duplicate servers, or in custom built applications. With this shift to the cloud, backups shouldn’t be taken out of the strategy; rather, it should be re-thought to be more adaptable and cost-effective – the same reason you moved to the cloud in the first place.
October is National Cybersecurity Month. Check out the top 31 Cybersecurity Tips we have been sharing with our clients to help protect their businesses!
The best solutions go to the most informed buyers, so in this document we’ve compiled a list of questions to answer to help you both before and during the buying process.
61% of organizations have been infected by Ransomware - Don’t let your business become another statistic!
The total cost of a successful cyber-attack is $301 per employee. Check-out these 15 steps you can take right now to keep your business safe and secure!
For small to midsized businesses Microsoft Windows based systems remain dominant. Windows continues to be the operating system most widely used on desktops and laptops. And Microsoft Office remains the most widely used work office suite.
Cybercrime is at an all-time high, and hackers are setting their sights on small and medium businesses who are “low hanging fruit.” Don’t be their next victim! This report will get you started in protecting everything you’ve worked so hard to build.
If your data is important to your business and you cannot afford to have your operations halted for days – even weeks – due to data loss or corruption, then you need to read this report
Think big picture to craft an effective business continuity plan