Helping small businesses meet the cybersecurity challenge

Helping small businesses meet the cybersecurity challenge

Is your small business prepared to meet the cybersecurity challenge? Small-to-medium-business owners often underestimate their vulnerability to cybercrime. Headlines focus on major corporate data breaches with huge paydays, but studies show that more than half of cyber-attacks target small businesses.

Insider Threats: Scooby-Doo to the Rescue!

Insider Threats: Scooby-Doo to the Rescue!

The Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! Saturday-morning cartoon series featured four teenagers and their lovable, talking Great Dane, Scooby-Doo. These pals solved mysteries involving supposedly supernatural creatures through a series of antics and missteps. It only took the mention of a Scooby Snack to keep Scooby from being a scaredy-cat and rise up to foil the plans of an unsuspecting crook.

A new level of tech support gives owners time back to focus on the business

A new level of tech support gives owners time back to focus on the business

Knowing when to outsource tech support can spur growth and productivity

Small business owners often wear many hats in the day-to-day operation of their company, particularly in the early years when resources are constrained. Some who are tech-savvy, for example, opt to handle tech support internally rather than hiring external IT support resources.

Make Way for World Backup Day

Make Way for World Backup Day

As the first quarter of 2019 ends, we celebrate World Backup Day on March 31.  Why is this important?  It’s important because if you lose some or all your data, your business could be at risk for a host of problems.  No one wants to hear the stuttering voice of Porky Pig exclaiming “That’s all folks!” as you close your business due to poor choices about data protection.

Managing a home health care business with IT Managed Services

Managing a home health care business with IT Managed Services

Serving the needs of an aging population, enabled by IT Managed Services
The aging of the baby boomers has spawned tremendous growth in the home health care industry. With many seniors and their families opting for “aging in place”, home health care agencies provide an invaluable option for people to receive medical and non-medical care in their homes rather than at outside facilities.