Cloud computing is often something practices fall into instead of taking the time to learn more about it. They lump everything together that they know about cloud computing, and never take the time to demystify it and determine if they are using it correctly.
A massive switch happened in 2020. Chances are you saw every aspect of your business change in just a few short months.
Have you implemented new services, added contactless systems, even allowed more opportunities for employees to work from home? Welcome to the new way of doing business.
What’s the one thing we’re relying on more than ever before, thanks to a pandemic? Our webcams. They’re everywhere. The desktop you’ve set up in your living room. The laptop you carry with you from room to room. Even your smart devices have the ability to connect you to a world beyond what you see in front of you.
Identity fraud is a security risk we read and hear about daily. Yet unless it’s happened to you, you might not think about its impact.
A hacker might steal your Social Security Number, open up a few credit cards, and leave you owing thousands of dollars to places you might not have heard of before.
Right now, working remotely has never been easier. If you need a service, you can find it with a simple search.
Take Google, for example. If you want to make a phone call, you can use Voice. And if you want to send email, set up a Gmail account.
And what makes it all even better, is all of that is for free.
People often think that hackers are in it for malicious intent. We hear horror stories of how they break in, steal data, and ruin a business’s reputation.
But what you don’t hear about are the silent break-ins that go unnoticed. Not all hackers are looking for immediate gratification.
They call it revenge hacking. When a former employee is angry enough to use their credentials to break-in to the company database and wreak havoc, it can be damaging to your practice.
People often associate criminal behavior with outside threats. But that is only one piece of the puzzle.
What exactly is 5G, and what will it mean for your business? There’s a lot of speculation about what it is and how it will impact our society.
5G is a new standard for wireless networks. It’s the fifth generation of technology, one that promises faster speeds, less lag time when connecting up to the network, and the ability to connect more devices without bogging down.
As we get ready to ring in a new year, you’ll be setting new goals, making new plans, and establishing new normals as we move forward.
For some, that means they’ll copy/paste their IT plans from years past, with a few tweaks to reflect some of the changes made this year.
Business school advice tells you to outsource certain aspects of your practice to leverage your time. Why spend valuable resources on things that other people or companies can provide at a fraction of the cost?
So you hire a company to do your payroll, manage your human resources, or handle your bookkeeping.