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Why Businesses Are Moving from Traditional IT Support to Managed Workplace Services

In today’s competitive business environment, technology is essential.  IT is no longer just about business continuity and the typical infrastructure support alone.  As technology continues to advance, so has the complexity and need for innovation and increased productivity.  In order to stay competitive, organizations must rethink their traditional technology support model and start thinking about ..[Read more]

Want to Know Which Employees Would Fall for a Phishing Scam?

All hackers need is for a single user to take the bait off their phishing scam hook. Cyber-criminals are constantly crafting new methods to steal data and compromise security. Phishing scams are one of the most damaging of these methods, and they depend on human error. Clicking a malicious link or opening a bad attachment ..[Read more]

4 Employee Errors that Cause Security Breaches

Employee errors are the leading cause of security breaches within organizations. People are unpredictable, careless, and just plain ignorant when it comes to protecting confidential company data. As technology grows more complex, the risk of error increases with it, leaving your business susceptible to hackers and other security threats. Employers must work harder ..[Read more]

7 Proven Successful Recruiting Tips to Avoid Hiring a Dud

Recruiting the Right Person: Most organizations struggle with hiring at some point in time. And many still have issues with bringing on bad employees who end up being a cancer to the company culture or aren't right for the role. In fact, CareerBuilder reported that 41% of organizations wasted $25,000 on a ..[Read more]

5 Ways to Keep Your Information Off the Dark Web

In the last year, you've probably heard nightmares of the dark web and the illegal activities that take place on it. Unfortunately, this is no exaggeration. The dark web is a perilous place where hackers can buy and sell your personal information, like social security numbers, health records, and credit card numbers. What Is ..[Read more]

How the GDPR Will Affect US Businesses

For nearly a year, everyone has heard about the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation and how it's going to change the way data is collected and protected. Before the May 25th deadline approaches, businesses in the US need to know whether they must comply with GDPR requirements. What Is the GDPR? The European ..[Read more]

Should You Let Your Employees Use Their Own Devices for Work?

Many organizations are adopting bring-your-own-device (BYOD) allowing employees to use their smart phones, tablets, and laptops for work. In the last few years, there's been a spike in popularity and it's become the norm for many industries. One of the reasons being ease of implementation as 77% of adults in America already own a ..[Read more]

2018-03-21T12:03:44-04:00March 21st, 2018|Business, Security, SMB|0 Comments

Reduce Security Breaches with an Internet Usage Policy (IUP)

Why Does Your Organization Need an Internet Usage Policy? Just like many things in life, the Internet is both good and bad. It's great for generating business and getting the job done. But for those who are careless or misuse it, the Internet can be a very, very dangerous tool. To make matters worse, ..[Read more]

2018-05-29T21:25:39-04:00February 27th, 2018|Business, Collaboration, IT Projects, Security|0 Comments

How to Increase Productivity with a Mobile Phone Policy

Today, there are more distractions than ever thanks to technology and the Internet. While advanced tech makes it faster to complete tasks, all of these diversions can hinder productivity. Do your employees spend excessive amounts of time on their cell phones taking personal phone calls and checking social media? The NY Post reported that ..[Read more]

2018-01-23T12:59:35-04:00January 23rd, 2018|Business, Security, SMB|0 Comments