Some of your business's most valuable assets are the email accounts you provide to employees and the servers that power them. They include details of countless transactions as well as sensitive information. This makes business emails a particularly lucrative target for cyberattacks, which have increased in number year after year.
A decade ago, office files were mainly stored in computers, floppy disks or CDs (which seems ridiculously archaic now!). Many organizations still use traditional methods of saving local files because investing in the latest technology takes time and money.
Just because you’re a small- or medium-sized business (SMB) doesn’t mean that you should miss out on the many benefits of advanced telephony solutions. Voice over IP (VoIP) is a telecommunications technology that delivers immense cost savings and flexibility for organizations of all sizes.
2017 was an awful year for cybersecurity. In addition to thousands of ransomware infections caused by WannaCry and its copycats, there were several unprecedented cyberattacks against Uber, Deloitte, and Equifax.
In Charlotte, Mecklenburg County officials say hackers from Iran or Ukraine compromised 48 servers, held them hostage, and demanded $23,000 in a ransom note.