Whether it's ransomware or a flood, unexpected catastrophes happen. Instead of being reactive to an accident, prepare yourself and business for when it happens. The only way to ensure that your business can be back up and running fast is with a carefully constructed backup and disaster recovery plan.
Do your employees access company data on mobile devices? According to Sprint Business, 25% of lost or stolen devices end up in a security breach. Even worse, only 43% of staff report that their device is missing on the day it goes missing. That's more than enough time for someone to hack the device and steal company data.
Asset management is often overlooked by businesses because they don't feel it's important. People will use desktops and laptops until the very end, no matter the age of the equipment. While the computer itself doesn't get slower, the demands we put on it get higher leading to the slowness we all detest.
When it comes to patch management, many people think they've got it covered and that their network is safe. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Windows doesn't do a great job of updating patches and lots of things get missed. Plus, employees push off updating their computer because of the time it takes to do it.
Are you a Windows veteran but a rookie when it comes to Windows 8.1? The latest and greatest enhancements and tools available in 8.1 are extremely valuable, but not to someone who isn't familiar with how to use them and maximize their potential. Here is a brief breakdown on a few of the finer points to get you on the fast track to getting to know Windows 8.1.
Play it Safe - Security is an essential need for any system in today's age of hackers and viruses.
Are you using a Microsoft Windows operating system for your computer, but not sure if you need to upgrade? Well, if you're using Windows 7, Vista or XP, it may just be time for an upgrade. If you're not certain Windows 8.1 is great, here are reasons why upgrading to the new OS is the right move.