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When It Comes to IT Security, It’s Never a Wrap
Loyal readers of IT Radix Resource know that over recent newsletters we have run a series of articles about Information Technology security. Each edition focused on a particular role within an organization—from the front desk to the C-Suite.
Companies Deserve Quality IT Support Even AFTER the Sale
Companies sometimes ignore the importance of providing superior IT after-sales service. We’ve all experienced the frustration of receiving royal treatment when we’re in the market for a high-ticket item, only to be treated like a commoner when we have issues with the product once it’s ours.
Four Ways Your Employees Are Putting Your Business at Risk of Cyberattacks
Your employees are instrumental when it comes to protecting your business from cyberthreats. But they can also become targets for hackers and cybercriminals, and they might not know it.
There is Nothing More Critical to Your Business Than a Well-Thought-Out Data Backup Plan
There is likely nothing more basic yet more important in information technology networks than a proper backup program being in place. Important data that is lost, stolen, or held for ransom can cripple an organization in an instant.
Email Archiving Benefits Go Far Beyond the Ability to Manage Storage Space
So much of the business we conduct in today’s corporate landscape is digital. According to Osterman Research, as much as 75% of your company’s intellectual property is contained within your email and messaging programs.