If you own a business, one of the biggest concerns you may have is the cost of I.T. support. If you research I.T. support pricing options online, you may find numbers all over the board. Unfortunately, there’s not a single, generalized, accepted price or I.T. support pricing method used by I.T. companies. While this is true, getting to know some of the most common pricing methods used can help you
When it is time to take steps to protect your network and your business, you must consider what I.T. services provider is right for your business. This question is one that takes more thought than you may think. If you aren’t careful, you may hire a service provider that is unable to grow or scale with your business, which will leave you vulnerable and at-risk. What Is I.T. Support? I.T.
As a business owner, it’s up to you to figure out when it is time to seek I.T. services. One of the best ways to do this is to assess your current level of I.T. operational maturity. Are you unsure? If so, you need to consider the state of your business right now. Some factors to consider include: How Many Employees Do You Have? Not all businesses need to outsource
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. That’s why it’s so important that your employees receive security awareness training
Actually, we like to think our entire team is made up of superheroes. Aside from most being parents and appearing to seamlessly juggle work and life like an expert, we have the most expert I.T. Support people who can not only resolve the most technical challenges but are some of the nicest, most customer-oriented kind (a combination rarely seen on professional personality surveys). Not only that, but they’re also super
Facebook is making headlines — again — with yet another revelation of privacy failure. A recent security audit found that, since 2012, hundreds of millions of user passwords have been stored in a plaintext format, exposing them to the view of more than 20,000 of the social media giant’s employees. Facebook is hardly the first company to make the mistake of storing passwords insecurely, but a company worth almost half a