Pirates Aren’t Just Threats On The Open Seas

The misconception that cyber security is a concern reserved for larger entities couldn’t be further from the truth. In reality, the agility and often less fortified digital defenses of small businesses make you prime targets for these modern-day privateers.

Building Stronger Passwords: Expert Tips for Cybersecurity

Stay one step ahead of hackers with a strong password. Discover tips for creating secure passwords that protect your online accounts.

The suggested ‘rule’ used to be to change your password every three months. With advanced tools like password managers and data encryption, experts now say the type of password you use is more important than how often you create a new one. We’re sharing up-to-date advice on how to create a strong password that will keep your account secure and hackers guessing.

How “Cheaper” IT Providers Sneak In Expensive Hidden Costs

Don't be stuck with an IT firm that charges more than they advertise. Get all the info you need to spot hidden fees.

Is your company looking to hire an IT firm? Unfortunately, unless you’re tech-savvy or experienced with IT contracts, there can be hidden costs that you wouldn’t expect or know to look for. While it can sound appealing to go for the cheapest firm, that decision can end up costing you more in the long run due to carve-outs and hidden fees in the contract.

New Security Features to Protect Your Phone in 2024

Do more than make calls with your phone – protect it! Learn the risks of unprotected phones and how to keep your data security intact.

Long gone are the days when phones were simple devices used to make calls. Today our phones are advanced, handheld supercomputers that can do everything from pay a bill to order lunch for delivery to edit videos and more. But with more capabilities come more risks. Because our phones are computers and connected to the Internet, they are susceptible to the same security risks that any other computer would be.

5 New Cybersecurity Threats You Need To Be Very Prepared For

The question is no longer IF your organization will be hacked, but WHEN. Here are 5 major cyber threat developments you should know.

It truly is becoming a situation where the question is no longer IF your organization will be hacked, but WHEN. The Hiscox Cyber Readiness report recently revealed that 53% of all businesses suffered at least ONE cyber-attack over the last 12 months with 21% stating the attack was enough to threaten the viability of their business.

Beware of Cybersquatting!

Uncover essential insights on cybersquatting, safeguard your business, and take proactive measures for online security.

Have you ever searched for a specific website but landed on a completely different one after misspelling a letter or two in the URL? This deceptive tactic is known as cybersquatting. This practice not only jeopardizes the online presence of businesses and individuals but also poses a significant challenge in the ever-evolving landscape of cyber security. The scariest part is that you can be a victim of a cybersquatted domain and not even realize it.

Your 15-Step IT Profitability Road Map For 2024

We’ve created a road map that you can use to go step-by-step through your organization to determine if and where you can be saving money or utilizing new or better technology to improve operational efficiency.

If you’re hoping to cut costs and boost profitability in 2024 without compromising productivity or efficiency, assessing the technology you use in day-to-day operations is one of the first areas in your business to examine. We’ve created a road map that you can use to go step-by-step through your organization to determine if and where you can be saving money or utilizing new or better technology to improve operational efficiency.

How IT Support Companies Charge For Their Services – Part 2

We’re answering one of the most common questions we get from new prospective clients: “What do you charge for your IT services?”

Continuing on from our previous blog post, we’re answering one of the most common questions we get from new prospective clients: “What do you charge for your IT services?” In the last blog posted, we discussed the most common models – break-fix and managed IT. In this post, we’ll discuss the actual fees.