Many businesses have already begun to transition to cloud-based services. Find out how accounting firms are seeing added value thanks to this change.
The internet of things is rapidly growing in popularity as well as availability of devices. How can businesses make the most of these devices while ensuring their own cybersecurity?
Employees seem to prefer working from home, with over 25% saying they want to work from home permanently and nearly 50% wanting to work from home part time. Develop a robust remote cybersecurity plan with these helpful tips!
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have adjusted to doing business online rather than in-person. For law firms, this means many clients are looking to connect virtually rather than step foot into the office. Learn how successful law firms are making the digital transition with help from CDS.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do business, perhaps forever. For small business owners, COVID-19 has brought new challenges, from supply chain disruptions to coronavirus protection measures…and of course, cybersecurity risks. More small businesses have had to go online, thus increasing security risks. With managed IT, cybersecurity can be improved.
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.
When business and personal computing are both performed on devices such as computers, tablets, or smartphones, it can cause problems. Fortunately, there are ways your business can secure your office technology and resources.