Smartphones have become a vital part of modern life. And as we spend more time on these gadgets, the likelihood of needing to recharge them while on the go increases. When your phone’s juice runs out and you’re nowhere near your charger, a public charging kiosk can look pretty promising.
New year, new technology! If your business is still relying on older and aging technology, it’s time to think about updating that technology. As it ages, the effort to keep it running comes with many hidden costs. While it may seem financially savvy to keep older hardware and software running, you may be setting yourself […]
Every business should have a strong cybersecurity posture to keep cybercriminals from infiltrating their network. One way to do this is by implementing a strict authentication process using two-step or two-factor authentication. These two processes are so similar that many confuse one with the other.
In today's online environment, the fundamental “username and password” approach to account security can be easily breached by cyber criminals. Many logins can be compromised in a matter of minutes, and private data, such as personal and financial details, is under increasing threat.
It may come as a surprise, but working remotely can be just as (or more) secure than working in the office. If done right.
Those are the three operating words: if done right. This takes effort on the part of both the business and the remote employee.
If you’re a business owner, the last thing you want to do is leave your business exposed to cyberattacks. They can have a devastating effect on your whole company, and many haven’t been able to fully recover from them. In worst-case scenarios, your business could be completely shuttered for good.
And What You Need To Do NOW To Protect Yourself Everybody gets hacked, but not everything makes the evening news. We hear about big companies like Target, Home Depot, Capital One, and Facebook getting hacked. What we rarely hear about are the little guys – the small businesses that make up 99.7% of employers in […]
There are gaps in cybersecurity and the level of risk awareness as most of us work from home right now. And if heading back to an office environment happens for some, it isn’t going to be the majority of workers, at least anytime soon. With reports of productivity being higher from the work-from-home structure, many Fortune 500 companies like Twitter have announced this as a permanent setup for all, or many, of their employees.
There are advantages and disadvantages to monitoring your employees’ online behavior. Below is an honest and transparent list of arguments for and against such a practice. However, should you decide to monitor your employees, we have some guidelines for you to follow for a smooth implementation process.
Most small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) don’t possess the resources to run and maintain their IT infrastructure, let alone assess whether it’s still driving value for the company. However, if you want to ensure everything is running smoothly, it’s important to conduct technology business reviews whenever possible.