What is Malware and How Can it Hurt Your Business?

Businesses are moving online and with terabytes of data It's 2019. Businesses are storing huge amounts of data. This has made cyber attacks an imminent event. And one of the most threatening pathways of a cyber attack is malware. Malware is a malicious software that affects businesses on a daily basis, and attacks are on the rise. According to the [...] Read more

Stop Identity Hacks With Multi-Factor Authentication

Don't get hacked Phishing and stolen credentials are still among the primary threat methods in breaches, and as hackers grow more sophisticated, employees and consumers have to get smarter about the credentials they use to access digital applications. On the flip side, companies also have to focus on effectively securing access to the applications people use every day. We're all [...] Read more

What is phishing? How it works and how to stop it

Preventing phishing attacks What is phishing? Phishing emails are a method of trying to gather personal information, typically using disguised email as a weapon. The goal is to trick the email recipient into believing that the message is something they want or need — a request from their bank, for instance, or a note from someone in their company — [...] Read more

Prepare for Windows Server 2008 end of support

The end of the road for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 is rapidly approaching It's been more than 11 years since Microsoft released Windows Server 2008 and became a staple in data centers. Many organizations still use the 2008 or 2008 R2 OS. After all, if it's not broke, why fix it? But Microsoft will end the support lifecycle [...] Read more

Why Cyber Security Is More Than Just An IT Problem

Cyber Security Is A Business Risk, Not Just An IT Problem With Cyber Security Awareness Month in full swing, we are not missing an opportunity to talk about the importance of cybersecurity. The truth is that data breaches are now somewhat of an inevitability, which is significant given that the majority of organizations rely on the internet to run their [...] Read more

Using The Cloud To Secure Your Business

Things you can do right now to increase security and resilience It’s dangerous out there. For small and medium-sized businesses, things are getting ugly: The ransomware boom is is hitting smaller and smaller companies. The black market for customer data has created a big demand for yours. The increasingly mobile workforce means lost and stolen laptops and smartphones have become [...] Read more

The Importance of Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Problems Are Everywhere Every year seems to mark another “worst year ever” for cyber attacks around the world. Whether you are a Fortune 500 company, a local bakery, or are self-employed and work from a home office, you share a common business goal - to maintain your operation and productivity. You also share a new challenge that ALL companies [...] Read more

Planning for Office 365 Gaps

Don't hope for cyber resilience...plan for it There is a major shift happening in the world of enterprise IT systems. Many organizations are trading on-premises systems for cloud-based solutions, a move that brings virtually limitless scalability, storage and accessibility – usually at a lower cost and with reduced complexity. Global adoption of cloud enterprise productivity platforms hit an all-time high [...] Read more

Six Tips For Building A Strong Network Architecture For Your Business

Building a Network Infrastructure Businesses today run on technology—and the strategies that drive the selection, design, and implementation of that technology must be spot-on. For businesses of nearly any size, success or failure rests largely on the performance and reliability of the network. To thrive in a competitive environment, your business deserves nothing less than a network infrastructure that’s designed [...] Read more
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