6 Cybersecurity Tips for Municipalities

Municipalities are a cybercriminal’s dream. They’re packed full of confidential information on residents and employees, offering a digital buffet of social security numbers, banking information, addresses, and more. Plus, a well-placed piece of malware in a municipal system can cause ultimate chaos - think failing traffic lights, downed payment systems, and a total disruption of city services.

A Dream Duo: How Microsoft Surface and Office 365 Are Teaming Up to Tackle Productivity

Microsoft’s Surface lineup has become increasingly popular among busy professionals thanks to their compact size, crystal-clear screen resolutions and seamless interfaces. These touchscreen-based devices and laptops boast a range of impressive features that use artificial intelligence (AI) to boost productivity and create a more natural user experience.

Will Coronavirus Break The Cloud?

As COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe, infrastructures across multiple industries are being put to the test. We’ve seen the strain on healthcare providers and delivery services, but there’s another infrastructure being pushed beyond its normal limits as millions of people are sheltering in their homes: the internet.

Why Your Business Needs a Proactive IT Approach


We’ve all heard the phrase, “if it’s not broke, don’t fix it”. When it comes to your business’s information technology, the phrase works better a little differently - “if it’s not broke, it still needs attention”. Not quite as catchy, but it has the advantage of being true - and following it will save your business time, money, and headaches.

Is Your Keyboard Making You Sick?

Now that we’ve reached the time of year when those notorious cold and virus bugs infiltrate our office, it’s probably a good idea to do a little sanitizing. We hear it on the radio and drive past pharmacy storefronts all the time that say “Protect yourself from the flu now!”
But did you know that your work space and specifically your keyboard can be a huge factor in what makes you sick?
Most of us are pretty vigilant about keeping our kitchens and bathrooms clean, but how often do you think about cleaning your desk area – a place where you spend typically 40 hours a week touching the same few surfaces?
Recent studies from the University of Arizona found that the average desk area had 400 times more bacteria than the average toilet seat.

BIS Expands Project and Purchasing Department with New Hire

Robertsdale, AL (September 21, 2016) – Business Information Solutions (BIS), experienced IT security company on the Gulf Coast, expands their project and purchasing department by hiring Jamie Moyer as project and purchasing assistant.

Phillip Long, CEO of BIS Technology Group, stated, “It’s exciting to see how much this company has grown and continues to grow.