A successful cyberattack could easily bring your firm’s operations to a costly halt. In fact, a 2015 ABA study reports that even while firms are investing more money in security, both the number of security incidents and the associated downtime costs are rising steadily over time.
Unfortunately 25% of businesses will never recover after a major disaster. What’s necessary to keep your company operational? We’ll explore the basic elements of business continuity, why and how to test your recovery plan, and how much recovery will cost in our free eBook.
We’ll run you through all the questions you need to be asking during your move project, along with our recommendations regarding cabling, furniture, etc.
What should you be looking for as you choose a home for your company’s colocated equipment? We’ll walk through the key elements that your datacenter absolutely must exhibit in our checklist.
What are best practices when it comes to network security? How can you know if you’re on the right path to keeping your sensitive company data out of the wrong hands? Our checklist will help break it down for you.
Choosing a software solution is an incredibly intricate process. Not only that, but selecting the right software is critical to the success of your organization. We’ll break down the key elements of your selection process here.
According to IDG’s Enterprise Cloud Computing Study, 69% of organizations have either software or their entire infrastructure running in the cloud. But when exactly does it make sense for your organization to start considering a cloud migration? We’ll explore the top 5 indicators.
In 2015, Millennials became the largest generation in the United States workforce. There are some very real technological considerations to make if you want to attract millennials as clients, members, and employees. Download our guide to see what millennials tend to expect of workplaces today.
According to the National Cybersecurity Alliance, one in five small businesses fall victim to cybercrime each year (60 percent of which will go out of business entirely within six months of the attack). We’ve compiled the top 5 security tips your staff can use to minimize risk and keep your data secure.
When your systems get hacked, you could lose files, be exposed to legal risks, suffer embarrassment, and worse. Where do your current security measures fall on a scale from “Good” to “Dangerous”? Our self-assessment will help give you a good idea.