The last few months have meant a complete change in how many California businesses function and look at asset management. With a transition to a remote workforce, companies have relied on cloud services to keep their teams connected to each other and the tools they need to do their work. Another aspect of efficient operations is being […]
Data loss can cripple a company, which is why backup and recovery is a key part of any business continuity plan. Having a recoverable copy of your data can mean the difference between being closed for days after a ransomware attack or getting systems back up and running in a few hours.
Smartphones have gone way beyond use for just phone calls and texts. They’ve become mini-computers we keep in our pockets and more of a company’s work is now being handled by mobile rather than desktop.
Digital files are being created at a breakneck pace in today’s technology-driven world and keeping up with them all can be challenging for any small business. How can you securely store files, find them easily when needed, and share them efficiently inside and outside your organization?
Data security has become one of the top priorities of both small businesses and enterprise corporations. For reasons of both regulatory compliance and avoiding the crippling costs of a data breach, protecting information both in the cloud and on local devices is crucial.
The cyberattacks of the last few years have evolved to being much more sophisticated than they were just 5 or 10 years ago. Many of them use unknown malware to try to breach gateway and endpoint protection systems, with a goal of sitting silently on your system to steal what they want undetected.
Today’s cybersecurity solutions are complex and multi-layered. They have to handle virus and malware control, end point security, email and phishing protection, web security, and much more.
Data security is made up of multiple moving parts, including protecting network traffic, preventing email phishing attacks, and safeguarding endpoint devices (computers, tablets, smartphones, security cameras, etc…).
Today’s office is much more mobile than before due to a combination of cloud technologies and new mobile devices like tablets and tablet/laptop hybrids. Being mobile allows you to work from anywhere, yet many offices are still tied to their desktop computers.