Keeping your small or medium-sized business (SMB) safe from cyberattacks and internal threats is a gargantuan task that requires coherent cybersecurity processes for it to work. One such process is endpoint protection or endpoint security, the practice of securing end-user devices like desktops, laptops, and mobile devices.
Technology moves at a rapid pace, which means your new device can easily be obsolete in a few years. But that doesn’t mean you have to throw away your old computer when you upgrade to a newer model. If you have an old PC that has no issues other than running an outdated software and requiring a replacement for certain parts, don’t dump it into the trash heap yet.
Choosing the right technology is critical to the success of your small- or medium-sized business (SMB). This is why you should invest in tools that ensure hassle-free day-to-day operations and provide adequate support to help you achieve your goals.
Purchasing computers is a given, but one of the earliest decisions you’ll have to make is whether to procure laptops or desktops.
The worldwide 2020 pandemic has forever changed the configuration of businesses. With mobility hindered by stay-at-home orders and other social restrictions, the majority of business processes had to be migrated to the cloud to enable employees to access work files wherever they choose to work.
3 New Year’s resolutions mistakes business owners should avoid (and one resolution that they should always make)
Many business plans in the past year had been derailed or canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, prompting business owners to become more vigilant, agile, and innovative. While the pandemic continues to rage in 2021, the new year sparks hope that the next 365 days will be better.
A ransomware infection is not something victims usually discover until they’re confronted with a notice demanding payment in return for being granted access to their encrypted files. While ransomware isn’t as prevalent as it was a few years ago, it remains a serious threat.
With entire industries decimated by the pandemic, 2020 is a year that many of us can’t wait to wave goodbye to. But while there’s finally some real hope on the horizon, some things won’t be going back to the way they were before, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Workforce productivity is critical to business growth, so employees are expected to perform well and deliver quality work day in and day out. But the reality is that a person’s productivity can fluctuate due to several factors.
If you’re struggling to be productive at work, the first step in getting out of the slump is to identify its causes.
The deeper integration of technology into our modern lives has changed the role of the email from simply being an inbox to becoming a proof of identity. When you sign up for a subscription service or create an account for an app, for instance, you are often asked to prove your existence by verifying your email.
Data is under more numerous and more sophisticated attacks than ever. The heavier dependence on cloud technologies — partly brought about by the shift to remote work — has opened more doors for cybercriminals to exploit data systems, and they have wasted no time in deploying attacks.