Coronavirus: How to Prepare Your Staff to Work Remotely

As you know, there's a great deal of buzz going around about the coronavirus. Events are being canceled and whole countries are being quarantined. Whether you believe the hype or not, the debate does bring up a real risk to your business continuity that needs to be addressed now rather than later.

Maze “Full Dump” Attacks Target Large Industries

In recent months, hacker group Maze began to perform cyberattacks they call a "full dump" on large industries across the U.S., with The City of Pensacola being one. Alongside them, the medical and cable industry have also reported attacks. Recently, they have extended their cyberattacks to multiple law firms across the country.

4 Ways Your Law Firm Is at Risk of Cyberattack

These days, anything that’s stored or sent digitally seems to be fair game for cybercrime. Personal information, banking or credit card information, and even social media accounts are stolen every day for various reasons, some more nefarious than others.

6 Tips To Maximize Your Email Security

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More than half of the world uses email, making it one of the most popular platforms for personal and business communication. In fact, there are 3.9 billion email users in the world.

5 Security Practices That Are Leaving Your Business Vulnerable

Bad security practices are a huge cause of data theft, especially for small and medium-sized businesses. Protecting your company’s data is crucial to your security, productivity, and profits. Improper security also allows potential threats into your network that can cost you time and money.

5 Overlooked Causes of a Slow Network

Do you know the last time your network had a deep analysis? If you’re like most business owners, the answer is probably never. In our 20 years of supporting networks for small businesses, we’ve seen that most IT departments don’t change out their hardware until there’s a failure – and even then, they do the bare minimum.

What is HTTPS and Why Should You Care?

It’s known as many things – HTTPS, the lock icon in the address bar, an encrypted website connection.  Although it was once reserved primarily for passwords and other sensitive data, the entire web is gradually leaving HTTP behind and switching to HTTPS. So what does it mean?

5 Mobile Device Security Tips for Your Business

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Managing the security of your mobile devices is about overseeing the way users on all devices – from laptops to internet connected printers – view, share and store sensitive information.

5 Ways to Make the Most of Your IT Budget in 2019

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Technology occupies a large place in our lives and businesses now but the demand grows with each passing year.  Annual advancements in computers, phones, tablets, POS systems, cloud storage, data backup, software and much more creates an ever-changing list of IT possibilities.