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Dangers of an Outdated Recovery System

Technology is constantly evolving, and companies must keep up with these advancements to maintain top-quality customer service and communication within their organizations. Most businesses operated with on-site storage systems in the past, but now, the norm is changing.  Outdated technology, sometimes referred to as legacy systems, can be the key reason your business is being […]

How Does Content Filtering Affect Workplace Productivity?

Few problems can negatively impact employee productivity more than downtime due to data breaches, viruses, and other cybersecurity issues. Plus, inappropriate, time-wasting websites will severely hinder the job performance of even the most helpful and hard-working employees. When suspicious links and harmful or inappropriate websites take aim at your systems and staff, it can seriously […]

The Ultimate IT Disaster Recovery Checklist

When disasters strike, your business can’t afford to slow down or put operations on hold. Employees, investors, and customers alike rely on your business for a variety of reasons, so you need an action plan to get back up and running right away. Disaster recovery plans are essential for your IT systems. Here, we discuss […]

Proactive Approach To Tech: Why Hire a Dedicated IT Service?

With technology constantly evolving, it’s no secret that companies need to stay up to date to be competitive. Thankfully managed IT services target high-risk threats, debug technical issues, and keep your business running smoothly. In this blog, we’ll explore the numerous benefits of hiring a dedicated IT service. Read on to learn more about what […]

7 Reasons Your Business Needs Content Filtering

Every business needs an IT strategy that includes virus protection, cloud backup, and content filtering, among other services. For those who aren’t familiar with it, content filtering is the practice of blocking access to content on the web that could be offensive, dangerous, or inappropriate. Families use it to block material unsuitable for children, but […]

How to Prevent Data Breaches

A data breach can be detrimental to businesses, especially when sensitive data is lost or private information is stolen. Companies should do their best to avoid any data breach across their network and devices. There are several critical measures that businesses can take to prevent network security breaches, like content filtering, offsite data backup, and […]

Benefits of Cloud Services

Businesses that use cloud services are much more productive and secure than those that don’t. Utilizing cloud services can help your company in ways you might not have imagined. By keeping data and information stored in the cloud, you allow for ease of access for employees and customers wherever they are, whenever they need to […]

7 Questions You Should Be Asking Your IT Provider

Your IT team is the life force of your company. It keeps the company functioning and allows everyone to communicate and collaborate efficiently. If you don’t have the right IT provider or see signs that it is time to switch IT teams, this chief tech investment can quickly turn into dread.  No matter the size […]

10 Signs That You Should Switch IT Teams

When you have a high-power team that works hard (whether small and local or large and global), you need an exceptional IT team that has your back 100%. When you don’t, the loss in capacity and productivity are palpable and directly affect your bottom line. Your tech support relationship should be based on mutual trust, […]

The 10 Most Costly Data Breaches in History

There is very little that sends chills down an executive’s spin faster than the utterance of the two words “data breach.” They understand that the first hard-hitting consequence of a data breach is enormous financial loss. That is typically followed by a devastating strike against the company’s reputation as consumers realize that their sensitive data […]