School Network Infrastructure: Upgrades and Updates for Summer Months

By | Network Infrastructure & Security, Special Series, Summer School IT Projects, Tech in Education

There’s no better time to overhaul, upgrade, or improve your network than when you have an empty building. This entry into our series on Summer IT projects for your school, we’ll talk about tackling bigger, more time-intensive network infrastructure projects with help from your Managed IT provider.

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Amplify Security for Your Remote Legal Workforce with Three Simple Steps

Cyber Protection for Your Remote Legal Workforce

By | Cybersecurity, Network Infrastructure & Security, Telecommuting

Even before the advent of COVID-19, the legal industry was already considering remote legal workforce arrangements to gain access to experts in niche specialties, boost retention rates, and reduce work-based stress while amplifying productivity. Hackers are developing new inroads to data shared remotely. Learn how to protect your remote legal workforce with these three simple, actionable tips.

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The Latest Cybersecurity Threat: Banking Trojans

The Latest Cybersecurity Threat: Banking Trojans

By | Cybersecurity, Email Security, Hacking, Network Infrastructure & Security, Viruses, Trojans, Ransomware and other Malware

Trojans are a broad category of malware that was first described as a theoretical computer vulnerability by the US Air Force in 1974. Since then, they’ve become some of the most insidious and dangerous types of malware in existence. One type, known as the banking trojan, specializes in stealing financial…

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How Resilient Infrastructure and Technology Is as Important as Disaster Recovery

How Resilient Infrastructure and Technology is as Important as Disaster Recovery

By | Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery (BCDR), Cloud Computing, Compliance/Regulations, Cybersecurity, Data Security & Backup, Network Infrastructure & Security

Disaster recovery planning is a necessary part of business planning, but it involves more than just preparing for the worst-case scenario. Building resilient infrastructure and technology is just as important. By taking this approach, a company ensures that it has the means to respond and adapt to sudden, unpredictable events…

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Hacking News: Why Hackers Are Targeting Your Home Security Cameras

Hacking News: Why Hackers Are Targeting Your Home Security Cameras

By | Cybersecurity, Hacking, Network Infrastructure & Security, Security & Surveillance

Technology is the primary enabler of the modern economy. The rise of the internet with all its bells and whistles lead to an information revolution. Today’s companies and individuals have more access to information on-demand than ever before, but this comes with a host of risks. “Attack surface” isn’t a…

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How to Recover from the Past Year with an Efficiency Audit

How to Recover from the Past Year with an Efficiency Audit

By | Cybersecurity, Data Security & Backup, Network Infrastructure & Security, Sustainability

Managers are always pushing their employees to do more with less. The best managers will continuously look for opportunities to streamline bloated processes and reduce operational overheads. Unfortunately, managers are just as likely to become too busy with everyday issues and may no longer have the bandwidth to carry out…

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What Is Your Cyber Attack Prevention Plan?

What Is Your Cyber Attack Prevention Plan?

By | Cybersecurity, Email Security, Hacking, Managed Services, Network Infrastructure & Security

Cyberattacks are forefront in the minds of every business owner, regardless of the type of business or the size or the company. No one is out-of-reach for these unscrupulous criminals. Despite the considerable efforts of IT technicians and sophisticated software designed to detect and prevent unauthorized access to your networks…

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