With ransomware attacks a frequent topic of news reports, most people understand that money is often a motivating factor. But, while that is a powerful motivator, it isn’t the only reason hackers take action.
Virtual private networks (VPNs) have been around since 1996, but if you are like most business leaders, you may not fully understand what they do, how they work, and whether your business needs one.
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As a business leader, you have a lot on your mind. Finances, staffing, deliverables, sales, and more. At least your IT infrastructure is working. One less thing to think about, right? Well…maybe, but maybe not.
If you are comparing IT providers in the Northeast for your small to medium-sized business, you may be wondering how some of them compare in terms of services, costs, and other factors.
Most people have done it…you leave your personal computer (PC) running…one day leads into the next and before you know it, it has been running for several days without a break. Or, you may think you are shutting it down and not actually be doing it.
We’ve all been there. You come in to work early ready to tackle the challenges of the day and find that the application you need to complete your most important won’t load. If you are like me, you take a deep breath, reboot your device, and cross your fingers. No change. Ugh!
Firewalls often fall into that “out-of-sight, out-of-mind” category; quietly operating to keep your network safe without too much thought from business leaders or users. But, just like every other part of your network, firewalls need to be monitored and updated to ward off new threats.
Considering migrating your data to the cloud? You are not alone.