The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in the works since around 2012 to make the European Union (EU) "fit" for the digital age. It is designed to strengthen the data rights of EU residents and unifies data protection law across all member states, making it identical.
Now, more than ever, businesses are looking to strengthen their security against cyber threats and attacks. There are several bases that need to be covered when it comes to defending against cyber attacks. Small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), in particular, are at a significant risk since they don’t usually have the expertise and resources at hand to build a strong line of defence.
Another year has just gone by. It's always a great idea to review the year that has passed and look for ways to improve in this year. Were you unable to meet your business goals for the year? Did you or your team spend more time and energy dealing with IT than they should have? Did you face any network outages and system downtime? If your answer to these questions is Yes, then it may be worthwhile considering whether working with a managed services provider (MSP) could help you approach 2018 more confidently and effectively. Here are 5 reasons why you should work with an MSP in 2018.
“Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven. I don't think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without the talking about the other.” – Bill Gates
With technology such an integral part of business in this day and age, the success of a business is hinged on the quality of its IT infrastructure and management.
We’ve discussed the benefits of a managed IT services provider for organizations and businesses. But do IT managers have any reason to benefit from an MSP?
The number of small businesses in every industry, from retail to healthcare and financial services to technology, is rapidly increasing.