13 Cybersecurity terms that every business leader should know about

13 Cybersecurity terms that every business leader should know about

Understanding technical security terms and concepts is one of the most consistent complaints we hear from clients. That’s why we strive to deliver service explanations and benefits in plain English. Unfortunately, some of the jargon is unavoidable, which is why we’ve compiled a list to help you understand some of the more common terms.

5 Reasons why businesses are failing at digital transformation

5 Reasons why businesses are failing at digital transformation

No matter the industry, you’ll be hard pressed to find any modern business that isn’t investing in digital technology such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, or managed services. But there’s an alarming truth about digital transformation: according to Forbes, 84% of companies are failing to achieve their goals.

5 Alarming cybersecurity facts (and what they mean to your business)

5 Alarming cybersecurity facts (and what they mean to your business)

Organizations are investing more into information security every year and with good reason. As the costs of data breaches continue to skyrocket and hackers take advantage of an ever wider range of attack methods, business leaders are facing a constant battle to regain control and stay one step ahead of the threats.

How much can you actually save by going virtual?

February 11th, 2019
How much can you actually save by going virtual?

Technology makes business collaboration and communication easier than ever. With virtualization, your employees no longer have to be at the office to do their tasks and interact with colleagues. All they need is a trusty device and a stable internet connection, and they can work anytime, anywhere.

Tips for developing a successful cybersecurity plan in 2019

January 22nd, 2019
Tips for developing a successful cybersecurity plan in 2019

2018 saw over 600 data breaches and 22 million exposed records, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center. You might be surprised by how many of those breaches could have affected you. This is why you must take your business’s cybersecurity to the next level and follow these six tips to develop a more efficient cybersecurity plan in 2019.

#1 Start with understanding your risks
Cybersecurity tools are used to reduce or eliminate risks and to identify cyberthreats early so you can continue with your work while keeping your IT systems safe and sound.