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The Rise In Coronavirus-Related Phishing Attacks
Posted on April 3, 2020

The effects of the Coronavirus have been felt across the globe. The outbreak has caused widespread fear and uncertainty, making it a very emotional topic for most people. This has created the perfect environment for opportunistic hackers. PHISHING ATTEMPTS REFERENCING CORONAVIRUS According to Barracuda Network’s research, the number of phishing attacks that reference the coronavirus […]

Tools and Systems to Enable a Remote Workforce
Posted on March 23, 2020

As the nation responds to the novel coronavirus, many companies are shifting to an entirely remote workforce. In a time of uncertainty, it is a silver lining that we live in an era where technology and connectivity make remote work possible. With the right tools in place, teams can continue to collaborate and communicate in […]

Social Engineering Attacks & Prevention
Posted on March 4, 2020

Is your organization prepared to recognize and prevent social engineering attacks? Here’s what you need to know to protect your business. What is social engineering? Social engineering is a cybercrime tactic aimed at luring or manipulating well-intentioned individuals into breaking security protocols or giving up confidential information. Attackers often prey on human psychology, such as […]

How Much Should Your Company Spend on It?
Posted on February 17, 2020

As a business owner or decision maker, you likely have a hand in deciding how and where to allocate funds. And with 2020 in full swing, you might find yourself asking “how much should we be spending on IT?” As technology continues to play a bigger and bigger role in our lives (and our businesses!) […]

Protecting Your IT When Winter Hits
Posted on February 10, 2020

Sure, winter may not be as dangerous to your IT as say, hackers, but there are some common sense steps you can take to minimize the threat from cold weather. HVAC to the rescue As a rule, IT equipment generates heat, sometimes a great deal of it. During those hot, humid summer months, you trust […]

Is Your Contact Center Stuck in the Last Decade? Trends to Watch Out for in 2020
Posted on January 28, 2020

As customer needs and demands evolve, so must contact centers and customer service departments. In the past decade, we’ve seen contact centers grow and progress with advanced technologies and new processes, but as always, there’s still room for improvement. Here are the trends you can expect to see (and should adopt!) in 2020: Artificial intelligence […]

Are you Using Two-Factor Authentication? Here’s why you Should be!
Posted on December 16, 2019

What is two-factor authentication? Two-factor authentication, or multifactor authentication, adds an extra layer (or multiple) of security to the platforms or systems you access. While the first level is typically a username/password combination, the second can be: Something you know – an additional passcode, pin, answer to a security question, pattern, etc. Something you have […]

Microsoft to End Support for Windows 7 & Server 2008: Are You Prepared?
Posted on December 3, 2019

On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will end support and updates for Windows 7 and Server 2008. What does this mean? Windows 7 and Server 2008 are reaching “end of life” status, meaning that Microsoft will stop providing security patches or updates. This effectively renders these operating systems extremely vulnerable to cyber-attack and unsafe to use. […]

Don’t Make these Budgeting Mistakes as You Plan for 2020
Posted on December 2, 2019

It’s that time of year again – Q4 is in full swing and we’re all looking ahead to 2020. Of course, that means budgeting. IT and telecommunications likely play a large role in your business, keeping you connected internally and externally. Are you properly budgeting for the associated expenses? We’ve helped countless companies with their […]

Local Municipalities: It’s Time to Get Serious about Ransomware Attacks
Posted on November 22, 2019

The New York Times recently reported that over 40 municipalities have fallen victim to cybersecurity attacks just this year. One in four local governments will eventually fall victim to ransomware. Ransomware attacks have hit 48 states and the District of Columbia since 2013. These facts are astounding and not something that should be taken lightly. […]

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