Businesses today hold a lot of electronic data. Whether your business is an online store, B2B, B2C, manufacturing business, or anything in between, it is likely that you hold a lot of sensitive and confidential information about your staff, contractors, and customers (such as social insurance numbers, addresses, dates of birth, banking information, usernames, passwords, etc). Hacks and data breaches
Smartwatches promise to usher in a new era of wearable technology that integrates into the day-to-day lives of people around the world. Similar to the rise of the smartphone, smartwatch manufacturers and software developers plan to make the devices an indispensable part of your routine. The smartwatch isn’t really a watch at all – it’s a tiny computer. Just like a
Do your employees love their iPhones so much that you’d have to pry them out of their cold, dead hands? Apple devotees boast about the numerous advantages their devices have over competitors. One of the things they say is that iPhones are hack-proof. Unfortunately for them, that isn’t the case. Read on to learn the security risks of using an
There are many different functions when it comes to managed services that can help your company to lower its costs and to become more efficient within your operations. But, what does managed services mean?
Outsourcing basic IT functions such as payroll, website hosting and email have long become the norm for businesses. But business owners, like you, are realizing that the world of managed IT service is so much more than that. To help you see all that managed IT services have to offer, here are our first 4 reasons why you should starting
Many companies are embracing the services of an IT service provider purely owing to the fact that they are worried about the security threats caused due to the expanding teams and increasing probability of human error and negligence. Many companies also opt to work with a managed IT services provider since they also want to prove that they adhere to
Most companies would agree that they have regularly been affected by some security flaws or breaches. On careful inspection, it has also been revealed in many cases the employees have been directly or indirectly responsible for the breach. Most firms continue to spend more money on breach detection software and will continue to do so since they are extremely
What’s powerful, fits in your pocket, and enables criminals to ruin your life? The answer is your smartphone. Although you believe you could never live without it, hackers can easily tap your phone (and those of your employees) to gain access to confidential and highly valuable information. Read on to learn how they do it and what you can do
How could a tech firm have such poor security to allow itself to be hacked? Moreover, how could a high tech company lose nearly $50 million? That’s exactly what happened to an American business in the late spring of 2015. Read on to learn how this happened, and how your business could be vulnerable, too.
Stock markets, regardless of where they’re located, tend to be the target of unscrupulous agents who illegally take advantage of speculation to line their pockets with ill-gotten gains. When the internet took over as a means of business communication, hackers started targeting companies more frequently to gain inside information that allows them to short sell and manipulate stocks in other