The 2018 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (VDBIR), now in its eleventh year, is an industry benchmark for information on cybersecurity threats.
October is Cybersecurity month. This month we will be featuring a series of blogs for your education of the on-line dangers and how to make safe choices.
Cybercriminals are increasing and on the lookout for entry points and activities to gain access to our data. Most think of their computer are the primary point of weakness. Unfortunately, your computer is not only device that is vulnerable. In reality, our smartphones and tablets are minicomputing platforms.
Telephones have been around for one hundred fifty+ years. As technology continues to advance at a rapid pace and we pursue on-the-go lifestyles where we adopt anytime- anywhere business mindset, one could wonder what type of business phones best serve their needs.
Cybercrime is not just a current threat to businesses. Javelin Strategies reported that US residents lost $16.8 billion in 2017 to fraudsters – an 8% increase over the prior year. As identify thieves are becoming more cunning, it is imperative that consumers utilize precautions to protect their data and their money.
There is often confusion between disaster planning and business continuity. We have pulled together 7 common questions to explain the differences and to share how your company can benefit from prudent planning before disaster strikes.
Reports of cyber threats and cybercrime are daily occurrences in the daily news feeds. As attacks on consumers and businesses grow, the sense of urgency to implement cybersecurity measures only increases.
Tuesday you may have read about how to prepare in case disaster strikes. Part 2 of this blog are the rest of the 13 ways to prepare. Please read on Business Continuity Planning - how to prepare in case of emergency or a disaster.
With the hurricane fast approaching, it's important to start thinking about what to do in case of emergency not just at the home, but at work too. Just like insurance, business continuity planning is an essential exercise to consider should disaster strike.
So, you need a new business phone system? This is a task that many business owners and IT departments dread. Let’s face it, sourcing out telecom services can be a painful process. Not only do you have to do due diligence to find the right provider and plan for the transition, but you also have to figure out a way to pay for the new system and equipment.
One of the greatest pleasures that I experience as a business leader is to see my team grow and achieve success. Over the years, we have introduced many different incentives and types of programs to build relationships between the members of our sales and client services teams. One of the most successful and therefore annually recurring events is the President’s Club trip.
Today’s applications demand more bandwidth than ever. IT professionals constantly find themselves in the position of having to respond to those bandwidth needs reliably and affordably. To accurately determine how much bandwidth your business needs, you need to assess the factors that impact network performance.