Some business leaders mistakenly believe that the only advantage of upgrading business softwaris to give employees something new to play with.
One of the best ways to learn about your computer is to ask questions. To help, we’ve created this list of answers to the most common computer questions you might be afraid to ask.
Your bad password practices are giving hackers the “keys to the kingdom.” Here are our top password etiquette tips to protect your accounts and your business.
Due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, countless businesses have become 100% remote workforces, practically overnight. This sudden change presents a variety of challenges, including how to keep your business data safe while your entire staff is working from home. Here are our top four cybersecurity tips
As the world reels from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, hackers and scammers are thriving on fears surrounding the virus, creating a new threat for businesses and individuals. Scams and email phishing schemes surrounding the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic have multiplied in recent weeks.
Continuing to run those old, obsolete, slow, and outdated machines is actually costing your business money—and creating security risks that could potentially cost you your entire livelihood. Here are three top reasons why investing in up-to-date technology is the smart thing to do for your business
Finding the best VoIP phone system for your small business can be tricky because there are literally thousands of options. Here are major factors you need to consider:
If you’re still using Windows 7, your PC just became a target. Windows 7 extended support ends as of January 14, 2020, which means that Microsoft will no longer provide technical support, software updates, or security patches.
Cybercrime is one of the fastest growing “industries” today, resulting in staggering costs to businesses worldwide. Find out just how much it’s costing businesses in our updated infographic.
In late 2019, CNBC.com reported that cyberattacks now cost businesses of all sizes about $200,000 per incident, on average. This represents a dramatic increase in the average cost of a data breach, especially for small to midsize businesses (SMBs).