How Secure is the Cloud in 2018?

Let’s take a moment to be grateful for this fact: the cloud doesn’t sound as mysterious in 2018 as it did five years ago. Flashback to a few years ago, and the cloud was a major business

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How to Calculate the True Cost of Downtime

Unplanned downtime costs businesses an average of $2 million over the last three years. In 2014 the average downtime cost per hour was $164,000. By 2016, that statistic had exploded by 59% to

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10 Reasons Managed IT Services Make More Sense

The old model of IT is broken. What do we mean by the “old model”? Traditionally, IT help has taken two forms: Outsourced, hourly help, paid based on how long something takes to fix

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What You Should Do Now: The Aftermath of Spectre and Meltdown

Starting 2018 off with a bang, the single largest computer security threat to date was announced with the discovery of the Meltdown and Spectre security flaws which impact devices produced as far

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10 Benefits of an On-Site IT Service

You’re at work cranking along and suddenly, the internet goes out. No access to email, no web-based software, no phones, no WIFI, basically you and everyone else in the office grind to a complete

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Is Your IT Security Policy Enough?

You can come up with the best game plan in the world, but it will be useless until it's put into action. In the same way, simply having an IT security policy isn't enough; it needs to be practiced to

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Tired of Computer Network Problems Bringing Your Business to Its Knees?

According to an NBC News survey Americans worry about money and work more than they think about sex, this includes corporate CEOs across the nation. While the majority of what we worry about never

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The Weakest Link in Your Network

It doesn’t matter how great the lock is. If someone leaves the front door open, the building won’t be secure. The same principle is true in cybersecurity. For all of the technical ingenuity

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Ransomware Aftermath – Recover Your Data or Start Over

No organization wants to end up here: facing the computer, files locked, with a demand for payment glaring from the frozen screen in mockery – the victim of a ransomware attack. Unfortunately,

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An Introduction to the Different Types of Ransomware Attacks

A decade ago, ransomware was rare. No longer. Today, it’s a game-changing threat. The unfortunate reality is that ransomware is on the rise, and businesses need to be prepared. To help with

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