Entries by ISG Tech

A Beginner’s Guide to VPNs: What are They, and How Can They Help My Business?

The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic meant a rapid shift to remote-based work environments for many organizations worldwide. However, while the explosion of remote work accelerated many companies’ digital transformation, it also brought new cybersecurity risks and threats.  Luckily, with the help of tools like Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), businesses can keep their data secure […]

Employee Security Tips That All Businesses Should Use

Effective workplace security is becoming more and more critical. With news of increased ransomware attacks dominating headlines, the threat couldn’t be clearer. The majority of the most devastating hacks in recent memory couldn’t have happened without negligent or ill-informed employees. The two most common attack methods used by ransomware bad actors are phishing attacks and […]

What to Expect from the Windows 11 Update

The newest version of Microsoft Windows is here, but many aren’t sure about the new system. While people are curious about this new release, the real question is what can you actually expect to see from Windows 11?  This blog post will help answer that question, as well as give information on some of the […]

Here’s How IT Professionals Became the Unsung Heroes of the Pandemic

COVID-19 has changed the world as we know it. Besides the immense impact on healthcare, the pandemic has also challenged the way companies operate.  To keep up with the times and address the need for continuity, many businesses have transitioned from the traditional workplace to a remote or hybrid working environment. In fact, 70% of […]

ISG Technology Announces Continuation of Project RecognITion on National IT Professionals Day

September 21st: ISG Technology is proud to announce this year’s Project RecognITion: an initiative that honors the heroes of modern business.  With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many businesses to operate using a remote workforce, IT teams across the nation have been asked to step up their efforts. Project RecognITion seeks to celebrate the IT professionals […]

SMBs vs. Enterprises: Who Gets Hacked More?

CNBC and Momentive recently conducted a survey of small businesses, revealing that nearly 60% of small business owners are not concerned about becoming the victim of a cyberattack. This is unfortunate, as hackers and cybercriminals are targeting small businesses more frequently than ever before. The nonchalant attitude about following basic cybersecurity protocols may be because […]

Business IT Guide: Keeping Users Productive & Happy

IT solutions and software are essential for businesses to maximize productivity and streamline operations. However, it is very common that new technologies hinder productivity when not correctly implemented, and lagging, inefficient systems can slow operations. Here’s how you can keep users happy and productive by providing essential support, tools, and processes. The Critical Importance of […]

Cybersecurity Lingo Every C-Level Executive Should Know

Businesses face various security threats, including ransomware, phishing attacks, computer viruses, and more. With these security threats increasing, managed security services are no longer a luxury—they’re a necessity. Before business owners and executives can fully understand the advantages of managed security, they need to understand some basic IT security terms. Here’s our glossary of basic […]

Skyrocketing Productivity and Innovation

In 2020, Deloitte’s CIO Insider uncovered trends that point to a shift in the IT operating model of successful companies. Instead of viewing IT services as a line-item budget expense, they’ve started viewing managed IT services as technology investments. By selecting the right MSP, executives drive ROI, increase productivity and innovation, and reduce overall costs. […]

Making Data Disasters a Thing of the Past

Be prepared for anything with managed IT services and data recovery. Many small to medium-sized businesses don’t put a lot of emphasis on preparing for data disasters, figuring it’s too much bother or that it’s unlikely a data disaster will happen to them.  For the unprepared, a data disaster is a matter of if, not […]