Cyber Insurance and Assurance. Why Your Business Can‘t Succeed Without Both

In this day and age, it’s hard to find a company that wouldn’t benefit from cyber insurance. These policies are an effective way to reduce your risk from social engineering attacks or hackers targeting your company.

In a 2019 report, 61% of businesses surveyed reported they had experienced some kind of cyberattack.

IT Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: 2 Ways to Protect Your Business

In the event of a natural disaster or malicious data breach, do you know how long it will take your business to recover? This is a question that keeps many CEOs and business owners up at night. If you don’t have a plan for returning to business after a catastrophic event that takes your system down, you’re running on borrowed time.

Ready>Set>Cloud: Deciding If a Move is Right For You

Whether you're concerned about Microsoft's end-of-life implications, the time has come for a hardware refresh or you have a desire to eliminate on-premise servers, the cloud migration movement appears to be building steam. The increased volume of discourse includes misconceptions and overgeneralized statements about “the big move,” which may or may not be the best choice for your business.

Network Technologies, Inc. Launches Intentional IT Security Platform

Olathe, KS – Network Tech introduces Secure IT, a new enterprise approach to data safety and network security for businesses of all sizes.

Designed to protect businesses from security threats on three levels and from any origination point, Network Tech’s Secure IT suite of services includes intentional, strategic and resilient functionality to protect users, minimize downtime and identify threats before they can harm company data.

Time’s Running Out – What’s Your Server 2008 End-of-Life Plan?

There are a few guarantees in life, but you can expect death, taxes and hackers. Yes, hackers need to be added to this list of certainties. Don’t think about it as “if” you’re attacked. Businesses in Kansas and Missouri need to expect this will happen eventually and running obsolete, outdated, non-patchable systems heightens the risk.

When ‘We’re Good’ is Bad

3 Steps to Best Protect Your Business from IT Security Risks
When our IT sales professionals visit with business owners, you might think that “No” is the only word they don’t want to hear. But, when a conversation revolves around cybersecurity, the most dreaded phrases include, “We’re all set” or “We’re not concerned.