With many companies allowing employees to work from home, companies are taking a hard look at infrastructure, accessibility to data, and security. Amongst those items cloud computing is top on many companies list. With the current cost of cloud base products like Azure,
Working from home, social distancing, and online meetings, are new territories for most of us. Whether you’re doing a video chat from a home office or a meeting from the park everyone has access to a live TV studio from their laptop or phone anywhere anytime as long as they have internet access. With your life
Data loss is becoming more and more prevalent in today’s business world. With many companies transitioning employees to work from home, and ransomware in full swing it is more important than ever to protect your backups from corruption.
With the increasing reliance on technology, it is becoming more and more essential to secure your companies and clients data. As the remote work becomes more prevalent and computer networks become bigger, data protection has become one of the most important aspects for many organizations. With security
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Ransomware has become the scourge of many businesses and is likely not to disappear as a threat anytime soon. If anything, ransomware is on the rise, as evidenced by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), which has observed an increase in ransomware attacks across the world so far this year.
Back in the early days when viruses started appearing they were focused on vandalizing (just to cause trouble). The goal of these viruses were to delete files, reformat the hard drive and or just cause headaches to the end user. However, in recent years (2013) viruses have been used to collect money via ransom
Marc Haskelson joins SMB Nation to chat about the affects Covid is having on the economy. After speaking with many clients and or prospects Marc learned many people are asking where they should invest time and effort with the recession we are currently seeing and/or the future recession we are going to see with
Being prepared means being equipped with the proper supplies you may need in the event of an emergency or disaster. It’s important for every individual, family and business to have a plan set in place in the event of a disaster. With each different type of disaster come specific things you will want to do.
By Gary Audin
Digital transformation can affect network security architectures that employ the enterprise data center for connectivity. Businesses have more users, devices, applications, services, and data located in cloud services outside the businesses
Larry Doyle chats with SMB Nation about Microsoft Virtual Desktops and what he is learning and deploying. Over the last few months Larry has done quite a bit of research and training on Microsoft Virtual Desktops and how you manage the user experience (user profile and applications).
Michael Fraser joins us to chat about the current economic state and new needs for businesses long term. The current state of MSP IT is going from rack and stack infrastructure to API infrastructure or IT as code. MSPs need to start learning and implementing this new infrastructure into their clients and stop relying