For state, local and tribal governments, technology is a major element of their day-to-day existence. Yet, many are using outdated technology, for no other reason than “if it's not broken, don't fix it.”
Every year schools, colleges, and universities welcome new students, and each year these new students result in the generation of a wide range of documents. From applications and admission forms, to report cards, attendance and behavior records, curriculum and financial aid documents, each needs to be properly processed, filed, and retrievable. Many of these documents are required by law to be kept for long periods of time.
Every day employees unintentionally put their workplaces at risk by opening emails from unknown senders, clicking on links that look legitimate - but aren’t, or printing out sensitive documents and forgetting them at the printer. While these actions may seem harmless, they could be putting your business at risk. Human error is one of the main causes of cyberattacks.
COVID-19 changed everything in 2020. Today, we're all also operating under the concept that this is a new reality, though we're hopeful things will return to “normal” in the near future.
Phishing scams are an insidious and dangerous threat to every business. The danger often comes as an email that appears to be from a trusted source or website that appears harmless, asks for personal information, and then uses that information to breach a network.
Today, any business that wants to remain competitive relies on strong IT support. In today's digital world, as technology continues to evolve, companies are dealing with additional IT functions, including cybersecurity, printing, device management, cloud hosting, remote support, disaster recovery and tech support.
The aftermath of COVID-19 has wrought big changes in the way we do business. For the foreseeable future, up to 86% of businesses state that remote work conditions will continue even after the pandemic runs its course.
Cybersecurity and physical security used to be distinctly different industries, always treated as separate systems within a given business.
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