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You’re working at your computer when all of the sudden – BAM! – you get a pop-up notification that your PC is infected with a virus and you must “click here” to run a scan or install antivirus software. This is a common scareware tactic used by hackers to get you to click and download a virus.

3 Great IT Resolutions For The New Year

What New Year resolutions do you have for your business?

Focus on growth and profitability sure. But don’t forget these mission-critical IT resolutions too.

They’ll make a world of difference!

CHOOSING A VPN THIS YEAR?

Virtual private network (VPN) technology is essential for securing the Internet safely, whether it be for work or pleasure. VPNs are one of the only ways you can have end-to-end safeguard encryption that keeps your information secure while browsing the Internet.

Network Week In Review: Hackers Are Stepping Up Their Game This Holiday Season

Unfortunately, online shopping has been muddied with hackers and cyberthieves since its debut. There are still safe places on the Internet where we should feel comfortable to shop, though. If you are careful about where you spend your money or share your personal information, online shopping can feel just as safe as entering a store.

5 Myths About Cybersecurity You Probably Still Believe

It’s hard to see how investing in your company’s IT services would be as incentivizing as other investments that might deliver a more tangible ROI. However, ensuring that your IT department has a competent team that’s up-to-date on the latest cyber security knowledge and has access to the latest software to allow them to do their jobs well is a sounder investment than you might think.

Network Week In Review: A Flexible Partnership With IT Professionals

It’s hard to see how investing in your company’s IT services would be as incentivizing as other investments that might deliver a more tangible ROI. However, ensuring that your IT department has a competent team that’s up-to-date on the latest cyber security knowledge and has access to the latest software to allow them to do their jobs well is a sounder investment than you might think.

Network Week In Review: How The Dog Days Of Summer Can Wreak Havoc On Your Technology.

The dog days of summer are here, and it’s hot out! Everyone is bracing for their upcoming power bills…But for many business owners, it’s not just about keeping your team cool – it’s also about keeping your technology cool.

Network Week In Review: Here A Phish, There A Phish.

Before we talk about how you can build a formidable defense against email attacks, let’s take a look at the top cyberthreats that frequently make their way into your inbox and wreak havoc. 

Network Week In Review: Questions To Ask Any IT “Expert” Before Letting Them Touch Your Network.

There are seemingly countless IT service providers to choose from these days, and it can be challenging to tell one from another. However, not all IT service providers are created equal.

Well, we’re here to help you cut through the clutter.

Network Week In Review: How To Enable Remote Work Without Exposing Your Entire Business To Cybercriminals

A record number of businesses said goodbye to the traditional in-office work model in 2020. They embraced the remote work model as they adapted to the new COVID-19 reality. It was a huge shift that came with many challenges, and some of those challenges are still felt today. One of those challenges was – and […]

TEK On The Street: Chronicles Of The Infamous Phishing E-mail

Professionally, or personally, it can be easy to be currently overwhelmed by this current epidemic, but we are continuing to stay thankful and continue to move forward. That said, we’ve seen the adjustment of the transition from office to home ignite within just hours or a few short days. Data Security is just not about […]

Finally Shed The Old This Year – It’s Costing You Much More Than You Think

When was the last time you updated your technology? Between your hardware and software, if you are still doing business on older technology, you could be putting yourself at risk, and it could end up costing you big. As we go further into the new year, it’s time to take a close look at the tech you rely on every day.