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Cybersecurity: Why your business must outsource it

Many company executives believe outsourcing cybersecurity is a cost-effective way to address the increase in cyberattacks that started upon the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

However, there are managers and business owners who hesitate to entrust their cybersecurity infrastructure to a managed services provider (MSP). Some are concerned about taking on additional expenses while recovering from the pandemic's economic effects.

Scarier than the boogeyman

One of the common issues on the Dark Web – whether you use it or not – is the sale of passwords, bank account information, Social Security numbers, and other private data.

Hackers can breach firewalls and software to obtain this information and then go to the Dark Web to sell it to other criminals.

Scarier than the boogeyman

One of the common issues on the Dark Web – whether you use it or not – is the sale of passwords, bank account information, Social Security numbers, and other private data.

Hackers can breach firewalls and software to obtain this information and then go to the Dark Web to sell it to other criminals.

Here’s how to protect your devices from the summer heat

If you're like most people, your portable devices are never far from your side. But now that it’s summertime, you need to take a few extra steps to protect your devices from the heat.

Overheating may cause your device to slow down or hang, so keep your devices cool this summer by following these tips:
Make sure your devices have plenty of ventilation
Portable devices can get very hot, very quickly.

What data should your business back up?

Imagine losing a great deal of sales order data to a ransomware attack. You may lose hundreds or thousands of dollars in revenue in a split second, so having a recent backup of transactional information could be a lifesaver for your business.

Next, imagine losing your archive of press releases and guesstimate how much that'll affect your bottom line.

How New York Lawyers Can Eliminate Tech Problems

Now more than ever, we depend on technology to run our business (and our lives). When the "internet goes down," most businesses are at a standstill until they are back online, costing thousands of dollars in lost productivity and clients.

It's not just the BIG problems, but things like file access, password protection, being able to print, and recovering files that were accidentally deleted.

Is Starbucks The Biggest Danger For Your Law Firm?

For a long time, Starbucks has called itself the ‘Third Place,’ which they defined as the place between home and work.

And while it could be a great place for a cup of coffee or to work outside the office, the truth is if you or your employees ever work from anywhere but the office, they may be exposing your entire firm to danger.

How New York Dentists Can Quickly Eliminate Tech Problems In Their Practice

Now more than ever, we depend on technology to run our businesses (and our lives). When the "internet goes down," most businesses are at a standstill until they are back online, costing thousands in lost productivity and sales.

It's not just the BIG problems but things like file access, password protection, being able to print, and recovering files or versions of files that were accidentally overwritten or deleted.

Tips for improving your Excel skills

Are you looking to expand your Microsoft Excel expertise? Do you want to learn how to work smarter with this powerful business tool? This article will provide tips to help you improve your Excel skills.
SUM and AutoSum
SUM is a function that allows you to add individual ranges, cell references, values, or all three.

Everything you need to know about ransomcloud

In the Information Age, data is gold. Economies and governments run on the burgeoning flow of information, from sensitive customer account details to proprietary formulations to highly classified military communications. And with more and more companies and agencies moving their valuable data to cloud infrastructures, it’s only natural that cybercriminals target the cloud.