Here are five steps that will enable you to ensure your network and systems continue to be protected.
Being proactive with data recovery solutions, and having emergency response procedures in place prior to a disruption or data disaster, is the only way to minimise downtime and soften the impact of such events.
According to Symantec SMB, 50% of SMEs admit to having no backup and disaster recovery plan in place.
Far too often, SMEs cut the wrong corners and it ends up costing them more money in the long run. It’s a matter of taking a smarter approach to security. Here are five smart approaches to take…
Ransomware attacks have begun appearing in the last few years and its practitioners are so polished that in a few cases they even have mini-call centers to handle your payments and questions.
Losing an employee is not usually a good experience. If they leave voluntarily, you lose a valuable asset. But there are other concerns that arise when an employee leaves. Those concerns are security and their access to company data.
This cyber attack scheme hasn’t garnered nearly as much attention as the usual “break-in-and-steal-data-to-sell-on-the-Internet version,” but it can be even more debilitating.
Downtime is bad news for any business whether big or small. But small enterprises are more susceptible to downtime and are often neither large nor profitable enough to sustain its short and long-term effects.
People often talk about cloud solutions nowadays. They’re accessed via the Internet, and are typically hosted by a third party. While they can be powerful and flexible tools, on-premise solutions – software installed on individual users’ computers – still have some advantages.
Given its flexibility and ease of use, more and more businesses are making use of cloud-based software. Your company’s Internet connection can make a huge difference to how successful your move to the cloud is.