The cloud gets a lot of credit for business transformation over the last 15 years, but mobile has also been a contributing factor in changing the way we work and where we work.
When you miss important emails because they’ve gone to a “junk” folder, it can be frustrating. It can also cause real inconveniences for companies.
There is a lot of hopeful mailbox checking going on this spring. Many people are awaiting a healthy stimulus check from the last round of recovery payments, others are looking for their tax refund to show up.
You can implement multiple automated layers of cybersecurity (anti-malware, firewall, DNS filtering, etc.) and still end up with a data breach or ransomware infection.
Another annoying popup about an update when you’re in the middle of something. You can just ignore that and worry about it later, right? Not unless you want to leave your device and network at risk of a major breach!
Ransomware has risen to become one of the most dangerous threats to a business. It has the ability to stop a company’s operations completely by making all its data inaccessible. Addressing ransomware isn’t as simple as doing a malware removal.
There are business-disrupting events lurking around every corner, both big and small. Companies can suffer from extended power outages due to storms, and disruptions that last several days, such as a major snowstorm or hurricane. There are also transformative disruptions that can impact business for more than a year, like a global pandemic.