You Want Trouble-Free Computing and Secure Data

Secure Data

 New companies, of course, face a decision about handling internet technology needs. Build and maintain a full-time in-house team as part of the company staff? Or outsource to give responsibly to IT specialists? But, in truth, companies at every stage face that decision. Your company is rapidly expanding—or merging with another. Create an even larger full-time IT department? Your products or services, let us say, have nothing to do with

6 Best Practices for Preventing Data Breaches

Preventing Data Breaches

The growth and use of technology have both its advantages and demerits. Data breaches and cyber threats are increasingly becoming more frequent. Therefore, businesses are forced to take appropriate steps to prevent data theft. The prevention of cyber threats and data breaches is achievable if organizations implement adequate cyber security strategies and observe best practices. The following are the top six cyber security practices that firms should adhere to avoid

Store Corporate Data In-House or Use the Cloud?

Data In-House

Sooner or later, most organizations reach a point where they must decide whether to invest in creating their own in-house IT department, or invest in a cloud-based IT platform. As with any other set of choices, there are advantages and disadvantages to both options. In-House Platform  Advantages – Creating an in-house IT department means a company’s technology assets stay within their complete control. Some companies view this as an advantage

Have You Asked the Right Questions About Your Data?

Your Data

When making decisions for your business, a useful exercise is to imagine your worst-case scenario and work backwards to determine what needs to be put into place to prepare for it. For many businesses, one of the absolute worst disasters that can befall them is system failure and data loss. Unfortunately, for 90% of companies, that is a scenario that they will encounter at least once. Is YOUR business prepared? Data

Essential Network Security for Your Business

Security for Your Business

It seems almost every day another news story surfaces about a data breach that occurred in which vital information such as credit card data, addresses or personal health information was stolen.  Even the U.S. Secret Service recently reported the theft of a laptop containing important security information from one of their agent’s vehicles.  Many businesses are beginning to realize they simply cannot afford to skimp anymore on the products and