What to Expect with the Onboarding Process

Are you wondering what actually happens when you engage the services of an IT service provider? The main goal of this company is to resolve current risks, bring the current infrastructure up to date, and target any specific inefficiencies your organization is currently struggling with or that it may struggle with soon.

Top 5 Work from Home Tech Tips

Bring Your Office Home 

You can skip the bad fluorescent lighting and the cubical walls but if you are used to multiple monitors and a great keyboard, working from a laptop gets old quickly.  Most companies are allowing their team members to take home equipment from the office.

Why Cybersecurity Training Is Critical to the Security of Your Business

You know that your employees are vital to the success of your business. You may not know that they’re also the biggest threat to your data security.

A cybercriminal’s most effective weapon is good old-fashioned human error. Just one employee following a bad link or divulging confidential information can open your network up to a multitude of threats.

3 Simple Steps to Protect Your Small Business From Cyberattacks

When it comes to protecting your business from a cyberattack, you might be the biggest liability. That’s because if you’re like most small business owners, you probably don’t think you’re a target.

Unfortunately, your safety from risk is an illusion.

Happy Father’s Day from The Purple Guys IT Support – Nerd Dad Jokes

We hope you'll have a great time celebrating your favorite fathers this upcoming weekend. Feel free to share one of the techy dad jokes we've prepared for you and yours! Enjoy!

How Business Owners Can Protect Their Employees From Being an April Fool Every Day

Unless you live under a rock, almost everyone knows to be extra cautious on April Fools’ Day. Still, though, many of us fall as prey to a prank every year. With over 4.3 billion users in March of 2019 alone, the internet is an unlimited library for creative prank planning, making it more challenging to see a mischievous trick coming at you until you're already an April Fool.

3 Steps for Minimizing Damage After a Data Breach

Any business that handles consumer data is a potential target for hackers, but small businesses are especially vulnerable. When customers willingly hand over sensitive personal information, they’re showing they trust you to keep that data safe. A breach quickly erodes that trust.

The Purple Guys IT Support rated Best in Customer Service 2 Years in a Row

The Purple Guys are still with rosy cheeks! Our Kansas City and St. Louis I.T. Support teams are more than honored to be recognized for our dedicated, responsive, and reliable customer support services that are continuing to help businesses grow and achieve their goals by keeping their systems protected and their people productive.

Do You Know What To Do if Your Business Caught a Ransomware Virus Today?

Let's talk about your business data (financial, business, operations, employee, and customer data + intellectual property, etc.). What would happen to your business if one of your employees caught a ransomware virus and not only they but your entire company became locked out of all of your data today, halting all business operations?

How much downtime, frustration, and financial burden would that cost your company? On average, small businesses lose around $8,500 per hour when down due to a ransomware attack (Source: Datto). However, there are several ways to avoid a cybersecurity attack to your business.

Are You Leaving Gateways Into Your Business Open To Hackers?

With more than 4 billion internet users currently worldwide, the internet is an incredible way for people to stream information and for businesses to make immense profits through online services and sales. It's also the leading cause of security breaches that put 61 percent of small businesses out of business within six months of a cyber attack.