Between complying with your regulatory obligations and keeping company data safe from cybercriminals, cybersecurity should be at the top of your company’s priority list. Here are our top tips for establishing your company’s specific cybersecurity goals – and pieces of advice on how to achieve them.
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The digital threats landscape keeps changing, and it’s easy to lose sight of the importance of updating your cybersecurity framework and goals. You need to stay ahead of the trends to create a robust and relevant cybersecurity strategy – be a step ahead of cybercriminals.
Is your business disaster-ready? Is your business continuity secure, even in the event of a catastrophe? Take a look at these seven warning signs — all of which indicate that it is time for your business to implement a cloud disaster recovery plan.
It may be tempting to try out every new app or gadget that claims to streamline your organization, but some may end up wasting your time. What works for your colleagues may not work for you. Enhance collaboration by thinking on these points and looking at your processes critically.
In today’s fast-paced and data-driven world, the ability to respond and adapt to change is more critical than ever before. While most companies are invested in improving their key business interests, few are capable of implementing a comprehensive continuity plan if something goes wrong.
Your business and many others have run on Windows 7 for years. Now, come January 14, 2020, your entire office’s operating system is going to stop being supported by Microsoft. What does this mean for your business and its cyber safety?
Bring-your-own-device policies can be extremely effective in raising productivity and increasing agility. But first, you’ll want to ensure you’re implementing them effectively.
If you’re still holding on to Windows 7 and wonder what its End of Life means for your business, here’s everything you need to know —
As soon as your SMB graduates beyond the point that a single phone line meets your needs, you have a whole new world of options. There are all kinds of advanced features, plans and providers. The worst thing you can do is just pick one. Instead, we recommend a strategic approach.
Data backup is so essential to business operations that it’s easy to forget how important it is. If something happens to your network—anything from a short period of downtime to a ransomware attack—your data backups are the only thing between you and a complete and total disaster.