7 Ways to improve your company’s IT security in the remote work era

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing number of businesses have adopted some form of telecommuting, whether fully remote or hybrid. While a remote work setup brings a host of benefits, such as cost savings, it also comes with cybersecurity risks. In this blog post, we will discuss seven ways to improve your […]

From hurricanes to hackers: Disaster preparedness tips for SMBs

The most important thing in running a business is, well, to keep it running. This may sound like a piece of cake, but it’s not. On top of ensuring a healthy cash flow and building a loyal customer base, you have to be prepared for anything that can threaten business continuity. This means preparing for […]

Your Windows 7 end of life preparation guide

Microsoft has announced Windows 7’s end-of-life (EOL) date, and it will be on January 14, 2020. At the moment, Windows 7 is still at an extended support phase, but once that’s done and EOL kicks in, Microsoft will stop releasing updates and patches, and no longer offer help and support to the millions of users […]

A beginner’s guide to evaluating cloud providers in 30 minutes or less

Every technology trend comes with its share of professionals…and greenhorns. Cloud computing is the most recent example, and some small business owners struggle to distinguish between providers that know what they’re doing and those who are taking advantage of the spike in demand. A face-to-face meeting and a network assessment are the best ways to […]