Disasters come without warning and in many forms. Whether it’s a cyber attack, like a ransomware attack, or a natural disaster, such as flood or fire, you can be sure to come out safe if you plan carefully and implement certain important security measures.
Cyberthreats to your business can be both internal and external, and the first step to forming a strong line of defense is understanding the basics of IT security. In a recent article, we discussed the importance of maintaining good cyber hygiene, here we are offering you three actionable tips to keep your business safe from cyber attacks in 2018.
The exponential growth of the Internet has introduced new ways to communicate, send data across the globe, trade online, share information, and even play games. But with the awesome benefits that come along with it, the Internet also has its dark side. There are a numerous cyber-risks that face businesses from malware to hackers to Denial of Service attacks.
The infographic below looks at some of these risks and how they can be mitigated. You can use this information to educate your employees on best practices when browsing the Internet.
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.
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?