When it comes to notebook computers, their greatest strength can often seem to be their most profound weakness. The very portability that makes them such useful tools for the mobile professional leaves them vulnerable to a host of catastrophes that never faced the average desktop machine.
If you are on the prowl for a managed service provider, you might feel a little overwhelmed. There is a surprising number of managed service providers available for hire, each with its own unique strengths and weaknesses. Some offer bare bones service with a handful of technicians while others have full-fledged teams of technical experts who provide a myriad of services. Here's what to look for in managed services provider prospects.
Does your cellphone plan give you a limited amount of data each month? Most service providers have different packages to choose from, offering unlimited talk and text and a certain number of gigabytes of data. The more data you use, the more expensive the plan.
Topics: network security
Every business should have an IT disaster recovery plan, regardless of its size. Yet the unfortunate truth is that plenty of organizations have no such plan. Imagine a situation in which a hacker infects your network with ransomware and threatens to delete your files unless you pony up thousands of dollars worth of bitcoin currency. Such a scenario could cripple your business. A comprehensive IT disaster recovery plan serves to mitigate the damage from such digital attacks as well as employee errors and even tangible, real-world crises.
As an entrepreneur, you probably think hackers won’t bother with you because your business is too small to care about. In reality, cybercrime targeting smaller companies is on the rise. Why are cybercriminals after your business—and what can you do about it?
It wasn't long ago when business owners primarily feared break-ins of their brick-and-mortar locations. Nowadays, business owners are just as fearful of digital attacks for good reason. A cyber security break-in has the potential to devastate a business just as much as a conventional robbery. Below, we delve into some tips that will help business owners and managers better secure their organization's data.
Around 30,000 websites are infected each day with some form of malware. Almost 73 percent of all Americans have been a victim of cybercrime and more than 27 million Americans have had their identity stolen in the past five years.