CEOs and Cyber Security

Technology is amazing when it works for us, but not so amazing when it doesn’t. New tech innovations have helped businesses grow at an exponential rate, but as business technology grows, so does cybercrime.

Boost Employee Awareness and Lower Your Insurance Premium

Cybercrime is a common part of business these days. Even if you haven’t encountered a hacking or malware incident at your business in recent years, the fact is that cybercriminals are coming up with new methods of stealing and compromising ...

Ransomware Preys On Your Employees

Ransomware has quickly become one of the biggest cyber threats to businesses today, especially given the recent Wanna Cry epidemic that infected hundreds of thousands of IT systems in more 150 countries. This kind of malware presents serious data integrity ...

Why You Should Use an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)

In a world that seems to be growing more technologically savvy every day, we must be prepared for anything, from phishing scams to ransomware attacks. But, what if the threat to your business and data isn’t from technological warfare? What ...

8 Easy Ways to Secure Your Data

Data is the foundation of any business. Building a business without protecting your data is like building a home on wet sand, leaving the tide to sweep it away. With all the ways data is being stolen today, there are ...

6 Ways to Prevent Cybersecurity Breaches

It is becoming commonplace to hear of big security breaches. Consumers wonder how this keeps happening. It would seem like every company should be taking their data security very seriously. After all, a data breach typically costs millions of dollars ...

Three Surprising Cybersecurity Mistakes Law Firms Make

Law firms once considered themselves to be immune from cyber attacks. However, this is no longer true. In fact, last year alone, cyber attacks against law firms increased. One report estimated that one in four law firms in America had ...

Cyberattacks: How to Prevent Online Terrorism

These days it seems like no one is safe from a cyber attack. Small businesses, however, are especially vulnerable because of their value and the fact that they’re easy to infiltrate. Larger companies tend to have better measures in place ...

Cubicle or Couch: Which Works Better?

Washington State’s New Proposed Telecommuting Bill If you ask anyone about their daily commute, you’re likely to hear tales about traffic woes, time complaints, ...

The Benefit of Managed IT Services For Construction firms

Construction companies, be they large or small, have some unique aspects of their business that make them a different kind of business from others that rely on a managed service provider. With programs like CAD, construction project planning and procurement ...