Just about every company has experienced some form of downtime. It could be caused by a local power outage that keeps you offline for 30 minutes or a major ransomware attack that makes your files unusable, causing major chaos.
Once computers started showing up on company desks, there became a need to connect them all and have a central place for file storage and management. This is why many companies began using local on-site servers.
Along with computers and technology, passwords have become part of the fabric of our everyday life. We use them to access everything from our bank account to the desktop at our office.
Office 365 is the most popular cloud platform in the world and has over 180 million monthly active users. While it may have taken a while for this cloud-based version of Microsoft’s Office suite to become the “go to” option for most offices, it’s now fully embraced.
Cybersecurity is an important part of daily business operations to ensure your data is safe and protected. But for one month of the year, an extra special emphasis is put on cybersecurity awareness to help keep individuals and businesses vigilant about their data security.
Office 365 the most popular cloud platform in the world based upon user count. One of the benefits of the platform is that you have a lot of flexibility for a variety of administrative settings to match your office needs. But, if you’re not careful with the security settings, you could be leaving your business open to a cyberattack.
At the heart of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is the goal to protect personally identifiable information maintained by the health care and health insurance industries and to ensure it’s not breached or misused.
Unfortunately, there comes a time when all good operating systems must come to and end, and that time is fast approaching for Windows 7. The OS loses extended support (i.e. is at “end of life”) on January 14, 2020.