IT Security

From Collaboration to Isolation: Best Practices for Remote Teamwork

Going from a collaborative team dynamic at your office to working from home may seem like a daunting transition. With the reality of full-time, full-scale remote work coming to fruition with the continuous escalation of COVID-19, there’s more to consider than just the technology required to pull it off. If your team typically collaborates constantly …

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Getting the Most out of Your IT Partnership

Clearly, technology is shifting the paradigm of how businesses operate across all industries. Operational efficiency and effectiveness have become more integral than ever, as businesses face pressure to improve these factors from regulatory bodies, economic forces, and their consumers. This, along with increased pressure to innovate, has prompted players large and small to begin outsourcing …

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Risk vs. Reward: Should Your Employees Use Personal Devices for Work?

In today’s ever-connected world, working from anywhere is no longer a perk limited to tech start-ups—it’s become a vital step towards remaining competitive and innovative as an evolving business in many industries. According to Tech Pro, 74% of organizations either have existing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies or plan to in the future. BYOD …

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Solving the Outsourced versus In-House IT Debate

These days, every business uses IT on some level. Subsequently, there are two ways that small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) handle the management of their IT resources⁠—either through in-house support, which involves hiring a single IT specialist or a small team to work internally, or through outsourcing to a Managed Services Provider (MSP). MSPs work externally to …

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What Can We Learn from the Celebrity Photo Hack When It Comes to Cloud Security?

Ok, so most of us might not keep our nude pictures in the Cloud, but what the recent celebrity photo hack has taught us is that a username and password alone won’t necessarily keep your data safe. Around 100 celebrity accounts in Apple’s iCloud had their information stolen. Their username and passwords were used to …

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