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Common Misconceptions (and Solutions) Around Third Party Email and Security Protection
There are so many complex aspects of cybersecurity. For many companies, the best starting point is addressing the most common vulnerable entry point first —
Do I Need a New IT Guy? Ask These 10 Questions.
With all the intricacies of running a business, it’s easy to get complacent with areas of your business that are working “good enough”. We get
5 Signs It’s Time to Outsource Your IT
When should your business bring in an outside IT Company? It is the million-dollar question. You might think we are biased, and we are. But,
Will Your IT Company Be Around Next Year? A Look at What Cybersecurity Insurance Will Look Like in 2021.
With the many uncertainties of 2020, organizations worldwide hope for consistency and reliability as we head into 2021. This year, the COVID-19 global pandemic has
What’s the Difference Between Managed and Unmanaged Windows Updates And Why Should You Care?
If you’re a business running Microsoft’s operating system (~80% of all companies in the world do), you likely know that Microsoft releases updates EVERY month.
5 Corners Your IT Guy is Probably Cutting
We’re not asking if your IT guy is “really nice” or “funny” or “pleasant to have in the office.” We’re asking: do they properly support
38% of Surveyed Small Businesses Budget Less than $1000 a Year Toward Cybersecurity
COVID-19 has caused a growing strain on small to medium-sized businesses due to a greater need for cybersecurity in an increasingly remote work era. As
What Does It Mean to “Partner” With an IT Company?
When researching the use of the word “partner” with IT Companies, it’s clear most (including us) over-use the word, and we’re not doing a good
5 Things Your IT Guy Doesn’t Want You to Know
We’re not asking if your IT guy is “really nice” or “funny” or “pleasant to have in the office”. We’re asking: do they properly support