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The pros and cons of smart devices

With the continuous and rapid development of smart devices, it’s easy to imagine a comfortable and convenient future. And it isn’t just consumers who will benefit, either — smart devices can help business owners, expanding their visibility and control over their operations, among other advantages.

Cyber resilience: How can my business improve it? (Part 2 of 2)

In our previous blog post, we discussed what cyber resilience is and why it is important for firms to have it. We also talked about the four main dimensions of cyber resilience, namely threat protection, recoverability, adaptability, and durability. In this post, we’ll explore ways in which your business can enhance its resilience against adverse IT events.

Cyber resilience: What is it? (Part 1 of 2)

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, resiliency is the “ability to recover from or adjust easily to adversity or change.” In business and charity work, organizations face many adversities — and cyberthreats are among the most pernicious. Certainly, firms can set up all sorts of cybersecurity measures in place to prevent cyberattacks.

3 Tips for effective cybersecurity training

You know the parable about spreading rumors? The one in which the town gossip was tasked to gather the feathers she threw into the wind while standing in a church bell tower? This pretty much illustrates the way cybercriminals unleash their malware.

In fact, when a ransomware attack on a hospital resulted in a patient dying, the ransomware gang involved rescinded their ransom demands and gave the hospital the decryption keys.

Top IT Service Firm Expands Throughout the Midwest

Complete Technology Expands Presence in Kansas City and Grows Regional Footprint by Opening Offices in Nebraska, Iowa, Oklahoma, and Arkansas

[KANSAS CITY, MO, AUGUST 26, 2021] – Complete Technology Services, a technology service provider specializing in comprehensive services for small to medium-sized firms, has grown from 11 to 35 employees over the last 18 months.

The pros and cons of using thin clients

Unless your employee’s job involves graphic design, audio/video editing, database processing, or other tasks that require large amounts of processing power, then that employee won’t need a powerful standalone computer. Instead, that employee would be fine with sharing a computer with someone else.

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