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.
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.
You may have read about the potential security dangers of remote desktop connections through RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol). If not handled right, a hacker can take advantage of a remote connection and use it to take over a device.
One of the things that can immediately strike fear into the heart of a computer user is when they hear that something might be wrong with their PC. Thoughts of losing all data or having a virus run wild start to evolve into a panic and an urgent desire to fix whatever’s wrong right away.