For the last several years, managed services have become more familiar in the marketplace and in turn have become a tool many business owners have turned to. With the constant change in technology, higher risk in security breaches and increased dependency on technology, businesses are realizing they need IT help. What is the motivating factor […]
Is your company prepared for Microsoft Windows 7 end of life? January 14, 2020, Microsoft has announced the end of life of Windows 7 operating system. What does end of life mean? Come January 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, bug fixes, patches and will discontinue all support. The ripple effects of Microsoft […]
A Michigan winter brings a variety of storms; snow, ice and even a cyclone. To prepare for winter you may change your all-season tires to snow tires, pull out the shovel or snow blower, stay off the roads until they have been plowed and bundle up in tall boots and a heavy down winter jacket. […]
The word ransomware is more than a news slogan; it is the explanation of a technical threat that has affected thousands of organizations around the world and cost billions of dollars in damage. Ransomware is a theft of an organization’s data that is held hostage at a ransom, thus making it one of the most […]
A new year is not only a time for great reflection of the previous year, but also a planning period for the year to come. Every year, new technology is released, software is updated, and new security threats are on the horizon. It’s time to ask yourself: How secure is your company moving into 2019 and what threats […]
What is the importance of a Managed Service Provider (MSP) incorporating business continuity? Business continuity establishes a plan that helps diminish and avoid the chance of disruption of every day operations. When a network is compromised it affects the profitability-and no one likes to lose money! Instead of a reactive disaster recovery plan, business continuity […]
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