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What Your IT Consultant Wants You to Know

Are you tired of losing valuable working time to IT problems? Do you feel like your current software or security plan just isn't as effective as you'd like it to be? The truth is that, sometimes, the fault lies with you. But what are you doing wrong? In this post, we'll tell you five of the most important IT tips and tricks that your technical consultant wishes you knew. Then, we'll tell you where you can find the top IT professionals to help you to make them a part of your overall communications and security strategy.
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6 Questions You Should Ask Your Managed Security Service About Data Breaches

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Protecting Your Business From Cyber Security Threats

Feeling threatened by news of data breaches and high-profile hacks? 81% of business executives say they're not confident in their cyber security. That's no surprise when so many businesses are working with out-of-date tech. Below, we're looking at the steps you can take to protect your business from cyber security threats.
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5 Steps to Successful Ransomware Mitigation

Ransomware attacks increased more than 90 percent in 2017. This…
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5 Signs Your Business is Vulnerable to a Cyber Attack

The online world can be like the Wild West, especially for businesses.…
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5 Benefits of Server Encryption for Your Business

In order to resolve the average cybersecurity attack, companies work an average of 45 days and spend over $20,000 a day. If you're a small to medium-sized business, this is a massive expense to hand over to some random pirates who want control of your data. While server encryption might sound like an unnecessary expense, it's probably a lot cheaper than the million dollars a breach will cost. Data breaches hit companies of every size. They've cost credit card companies millions, have accounted for billions in stolen bitcoin, and have lead to international criminal cases. They're the last thing you want your company to end up in the news over.
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4 Benefits of Endpoint Security for Your Company

Around 43% of Americans work remotely as part of their job. You may even have workers who access your systems from home. It can be a great option to help workers with their work/life balance. Or you can solve space issues by having fewer workers on the premises. But having all of those separate devices accessing your network can prove a nightmare for endpoint security. Any of them could act as a door to let malware and other problems onto your system.
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Agriculture 101: How an IT Disaster Recovery Plan Can Save You

IT troubles can spell disaster for you regardless of what industry you're in. Some companies have even gone under due to the stress of a major IT problem. Make sure that never happens to you. Put an IT disaster recovery plan in place and test, test, test it. If you don't think it is that important, take a look at these reasons why you should have a plan.
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Why Secure Communications in 2018 Are a Must

It only takes two little words to send even the most powerful business into a spiral of panic: data breach. It feels as if there's a new breach every day, costing businesses billions of dollars in addition to the loss of consumer confidence. That's why it's so surprising that only 42 percent of businesses claimed they were concerned about a possible attack. Businesses need more than a basic firewall and a creative password. They need to invest in secure communication solutions that are going to keep their info safe when they need it the most.
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The Importance of HIPAA IT Compliance

Advancements in information technology mean medical data is being stored in new ways. Gone are the days of massive filing cabinets and binders that hold paper health records. Files are moving from physical folders to digital ones. IT has become a vital part of healthcare. But while cybersecurity is always important, the medical field requires special care. The health privacy law HIPAA doesn't only apply to doctors and nurses. IT personnel must comply too. Here's why HIPAA IT compliance is so important.