Protect Your Devices and Data Before a Vacation

Devices and Data

When you go on vacation, all you want to do is relax. You’re there to escape the anxiety that plagues your everyday life. Unfortunately, you can’t expect the world to pause just because you’re on a break. Your phone is still full of sensitive information, and there are plenty of hackers who want it all for themselves. Before You Leave Home There a number of ways to protect your data

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

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

Pursuing the New

Pursuing the New

Three factors should be considered when purchasing new or upgraded computer gear: security, usage, and budget. Upgrading equipment is necessary at times but it’s not always necessary to get rid of old equipment. New equipment has its obvious uses, but older equipment can be reassigned and not thrown away saving a significant amount of money. For instance, an older computer can be used as a print server for printing documents, or for a file server which shares files

Basic Security Aspects

Security

There are two basic types of employees revolving around any given business — current employees, and employees who are discharged from a company (Employees who are fired, who quit, or who retire). One small or missed detail in a business’ security infrastructure can result in vast databases of compromised computer data and/or personal data — fortunately, the computer industry is constantly at work in searching out security vulnerabilities to make