Over the last couple of decades, cyber-attacks have certainly advanced. 10 years ago, protecting your network behind a business-class firewall was enough to thwart most attacks.
For much of the world, the COVID-19 pandemic was an unprecedented and totally unexpected turn of events. Enabling a completely remote workforce, and supporting that workforce for 2+ months, is something many business owners never dreamed they would be responsible for, and unfortunately, were not prepared for.
How confident are you in your current cybersecurity solution? Just because nothing’s happened to disrupt your system recently doesn’t mean that you’re totally in the clear.
Finding an IT service that fits with your company is about more than simply satisfying your day-to-day operations (although that’s a big part of it).
It has all of your information and applications and is the cornerstone of everything you do at your company. But do you have a plan if something goes wrong with your server?
When’s the last time you evaluated your technology? For most companies, it was when they installed it in the first place. And while it’s easy to overlook minor issues so long as things are generally working the way that they should, there comes a time when you simply can’t ignore the performance of your network.
Everything that you need to understand about business continuity and disaster recovery plans and how each solution can help your business flourish.
Email privacy has been a critical issue since the early days of the internet, but an AI spam filter solution from Cii helps prevent privacy invasion threats.
Millions of cyber crimes occur all over the internet, and some of them are powerful enough to put your business out of commission.
With the days of Windows 7 hanging by a thread, it’s officially time to install Windows 10 in our homes and offices.
Mark your calendars for January 14th, 2020 because that will officially be the end of Windows 7 as we know it.