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Category: Managed IT

Making the Case for Security

The bottom line impact of a security breach is steep. $117,000 is the average financial impact of a data breach. That would be a big hit to your organization’s bottom line. Yet some are still hesitant to make the investment in a rock-solid security stance. You already know how important it is to educate employees […]

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Create a Human Firewall with Security Training

Train employees to quickly identify and avoid malicious emails, links, and attachments All it takes is one or two clicks by an employee to infect a workstation and allow hackers in. See how the leaders in cybersecurity training, KnowBe4, are empowering team members all over the world to quickly identify cybersecurity threats. The team members within […]

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Your Tech: Under the Microscope

How do you really know that everything is working fine? The fishbowl phenomenon. You live in your little world, minding your own business… making sure your technology is working well and that everyone’s tech needs are met. You reset passwords, spin up virtual desktops, and preform network maintenance. But it’s not always easy to know […]

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The Reasons SMBs Are Turning Toward the Cloud This Year

“Why Cloud?” The better questions is “why not?” Cloud computing can lead to major changes for small businesses, giving them access to the same tools and resources as large corporations. Today, findings show that 37% of US small businesses have fully adapted to cloud computing, which has redefined the ways they do business. It is […]

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Budget Better for IT

Smarter planning for technology upgrades As we approach the end of the summer – it’s time to start thinking about what 2018 has in store for your organization and the strategic moves you’ll be making. From planning, budgeting, to getting final approval – our experience is that the sooner you get started, the more proactive […]

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Top Security Attacks in 2017

2017 has seen its fair share of serious and widespread cyber-attacks. Cybercriminals have continued to innovate and have found new ways to target organizations of all shapes, sizes, and industries. In many cases, they have successfully obtained monetized and highly sensitive information, putting these businesses at risk. Despite increased law enforcement pertaining to cybersecurity, underground […]

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5 Tips for Avoiding Costly Cyber Attacks

In May, a ransomware attack known as “WannaCry” hit businesses and non-profit organizations worldwide. Cybercriminals hijacked hundreds of thousands of computers in over 150 countries, specifically targeting hospitals, academic institutions, and large corporate businesses. The hackers locked people out of their files, threatening to destroy their data. Ransomware is when an email is sent to […]

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10 Steps for Effective Vulnerability Management

Data Security: Effective Prioritization & Management For every organization, information is a valuable asset, yet it is challenging to secure. As the value of information increases so too does its attractiveness to criminals and other attackers. However, unlike other valuable assets such as cash, information is not secured in a large safe which can be easily […]

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Strengthen Your Security Stance – Microsoft EMS

Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) is a holistic and cloud-based approach to security that solves user, device and data security challenges. The suite is the easiest and most cost-effective way for customers to get all of these Microsoft security-forward tools: Microsoft Azure Active Directory Premium Windows Intune Microsoft Azure Rights Management Microsoft Advance Threat Analytics In this […]

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The One Thing Every Tech-Savvy CFO Does

There are CFOs who are comfortable with their involvement in the company’s IT and there are CFOs who continually struggle with their technical responsibilities. There are various reasons for the difference and those generally include their level of technical knowledge, their experience level managing IT, and the capabilities of their IT staff. Yet, there is one thing […]

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