The modern world is neck deep in cybersecurity threats and data breaches, and it’s only a matter of time before a law firm such as yours is faced with a cybersecurity threat. It’s vital that your firm knows the gravity of these attacks and the importance of cybersecurity measures.
In a famous painting by French Post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin, he asked, “Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?” These three questions have always been relevant to us living in the modern world. For businesses in this digital and data-driven economy, these are the most pressing questions for cybersecurity, as cyberattacks such as ransomware, phishing, and data breaches have become a significant threat to businesses and individuals.
From automotive parts to chemicals, electronics to fabrics, furniture to food, industrial machinery to medical devices, manufacturing firms rely on IT to be productive and profitable. But what specific IT solutions will help manufacturing firms optimize resource management and workflows? Take a look at these must-have applications that managed services providers (MSPs) offer.
Accountants routinely deal with high-value data that hackers may steal for quick financial gain. They’re popular targets often considered easy pickings for their presumed lack of technical prowess. However, just like everyone else, accounting firms and departments need to make digital security and privacy a core part of their daily routines.
No longer merely the dream of futurists, industry experts note that technologies like robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, and augmented reality (AR) are already transforming manufacturing into lights-out or intelligent manufacturing.
Partnering with a managed services provider (MSP) provides enterprises of all sizes with many benefits. Not least among them is the IT support and services that help manage and protect the network of hardware, software, and data an enterprise uses. The following describes how an MSP transforms a firm’s business technology into a more efficient asset.
Cybersecurity is a serious business, since enterprises from all kinds of industries are regularly subject to attacks from cybercriminals. Vulnerability assessments (VAs) are among cybersecurity’s main defenses against them. This brief overview will assist you in performing your own VA or requesting a managed services provider (MSP) for one.
IT infrastructure such as hardware, networks, applications, and data are assets that businesses depend on. As such, creating a disaster recovery plan (DRP) should be a priority of every business. It ensures that these assets can be protected, saved, or recovered when a disaster such as an outage, cyberattack, hardware failure, or natural disaster hits.
Today's business owner contends with cybercrime — the likes of phishing, data breaches, and ransomware. It’s just the way things are. And no security solution is airtight or perfectly comprehensive to address vulnerabilities to malicious activities.
Email is a fast and reliable form of communication that everyone can’t live without. We schedule our time and our priorities based on our emails. It helps businesses connect with customers, clients, partners, and co-workers. It stores and exchanges critical business data.