Technology is now an inherent part of almost every company, and that is why a tech mishap can quickly evolve into a disaster. Here are four of the most common catastrophes that take place with businesses and a look at how they can be avoided.
Password protection has changed dramatically over the years. Before the Internet, you only needed a password or two, unless you belonged to a fraternity or secret society. Today, we need a different obscure password for every account, which can quickly become overwhelming.
Keeping your computer safe and secure is definitely a top priority for anyone who works online. After all, your business is riding on the information contained in your system. The bad news is, there are some unscrupulous people in the world that take pleasure in hacking into other people's computers or even in sending viruses in a malicious manner.
This info-graphic covers some interesting data about a topical concern that is cyber attacks. The graphic outlines some key statistics which may shock, but it also suggests areas where small businesses can improve, in order to prevent a cyber attack damaging their business.
Most IT system migration projects understandably run late or over-budget because of financial or operational constraints. However, this may put your IT system at...
It's not just big businesses that attract hackers and cyber-crime—security breaches are a worrying trend for small businesses. So what can you do to protect your small business against this growing concern and minimize the risk of a data breach?
They can come at you and your small business in waves. Unless you’re not prone to reading the news, you likely know that cyber-criminals have...
Cyber criminals have gotten smarter—so must you. Here are some of the most common attacks your organization will likely face, and how to defend against them.
In the Medieval times—the age, not the dinner theater—all they had to worry about were the bugs that lived on rats. Today we have to contend with super bugs that resist the most powerful antibiotics, along with bugs, viruses,Trojan Horses, malware and hackers that plague the virtual world.
If you occasionally work in coffee shops for a change of pace, or travel frequently for your small business, you’ve probably connected your laptop or tablet to a public WiFi network. After all, it’s convenient and, in many locations, free. What’s not to like?