3 Things Your Company Needs to Know About Ransomware

3 Things Your Company Needs to Know About Ransomware

Ransomware has been a common threat to organizations for years now. Using phishing emails, hackers trick employees into clicking on infected attachments, encrypting all the company’s files. The cybercriminal then extorts the business, asking for thousands of dollars...
Government IT Spending: Don’t Get Caught in a Downward Spiral

Government IT Spending: Don’t Get Caught in a Downward Spiral

Municipalities and state governments are constantly seeking ways to do more with fewer resources. With the pandemic, the related financial crisis, and recent unrest, rainy day funds are being depleted. Federal assistance may be a long time coming, if it ever does. The...
Is Your Disaster Recovery Ready for Anything?

Is Your Disaster Recovery Ready for Anything?

These days, everyone is in full preparedness mode. People are sheltering in place, wiping down surfaces, and donning face masks if they go out. Companies need to extend this mindset to their disaster recovery strategies. ITWeb, a technology news source, reported that...
4 IT Topics That Should Be Top of Mind This Summer

4 IT Topics That Should Be Top of Mind This Summer

While things are slow during the summer, IT leaders should be thinking of technology initiatives to undertake at the end of 2020. Take time while you are enjoying the sunshine and warm weather to contemplate IT goals and how you can align your technology strategies...
Strategies to Protect Against Data Loss and Downtime

Strategies to Protect Against Data Loss and Downtime

In today’s digital economy, data is more valuable than ever. Data loss and prolonged downtime can be a killer for most organizations. Unplanned downtime and data loss are expensive and can cripple a business.  According to Information Technology Intelligence...