Despite the razor-sharp instincts and cat-like reflexes that enable a Nascar driver to slingshot around the track at over 200 mph, when he drives home to his family, he protects himself with vehicle insurance just like the rest of us do. That’s because no driver is perfect and everyday traffic is full of many risk factors outside your control.
When it comes to cybersecurity infrastructure, most businesses are satisfied to achieve compliance with yesterday’s regulations. This leaves you at risk and ends up costing you a lot more. Take a few moments to watch our video, to discover the five essential, cost-effective security tools we recommend.
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Outsourcing your technology is a strategic move that can bring great benefit to your entire organization
Now that the next decade has arrived, it’s a great time to consider ways to more efficiently run your organization. New tools are released every day that boost abilities to streamline your productivity, reduce friction and make doing business easier. But, without a team that knows how to use all these new tools, you could be missing out on opportunities to innovate and differentiate your business from competitors.
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.
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.
Great employees are your businesses’ best asset. Unfortunately, even when your staff is properly trained and educated on the dangers of social engineering, they can be exploited through social engineering. A split-second error can cost a company millions.
Olathe, KS – Network Tech, a leader in managed IT solutions, is pleased to welcome Clark Thompson to its growing team.
Serving as New Accounts Executive, Clark brings over 30 years of expertise specializing in business development, corporate sales and account management.
Microsoft has previously published end-of-life dates for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Exchange Server 2010 – set to occur in less than five months. As a result, more and more software applications are moving to the cloud and many organizations are looking to make the migration to cloud computing.