10 Critical Questions Your Business Cybersecurity Plan Must Answer

Designing a cybersecurity plan for your business that adequately mitigates the risk of suffering a crippling data breach can be an overwhelming undertaking. Truth is, while this requires technical expertise from your IT security team or managed security provider, knowing what fundamental questions to ask will give you confidence that you're taking the right steps to protecting your data.

3 Facts Show What The Future of Work May Look Like

As the Covid-19 progresses and businesses have for the most part adjusted to a nearly total remote work environment, much is still uncertain about what the future holds.

In an effort to understand specifically how work productivity, technology use has evolved in the last few months Microsoft recently released findings of a series of studies with the goal of shedding a light on what the future of work may look like, and help businesses prepare and continue to adapt.

Controlling IT Costs Strategies for 2020: Part 3

We hope you’re finding this series on how to control your IT costs useful and engaging. This is Part 3, and you can find Part 1 here, and Part 2 here. Come back soon so you don’t miss out on our final tip!

Here’s one potential savings opportunity based on your capital and your existing infrastructure that you may find surprising: IT leasing.

Controlling IT Costs Strategies for 2020: Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our series on how to control your IT costs and tackle a challenging budget in 2020. You can find Part 1 here, and be sure to check back soon for parts 3 and 4.

While many organizations have taken steps to move corporate data to cloud environments, we very often run into companies storing data in aging in-house servers.

Protecting business data in the age of remote work: Security best practices during (post) Covid-19

The average data breach costs a company $1.42 million in lost business and takes nearly 206 days to identify (IBM). That means we haven’t yet seen or understood the cost of data breaches during the coronavirus pandemic.

Unfortunately, security practices and early signs indicate that we should expect the number of breaches to rise significantly compared to last year, and average costs, too.