Although businesses today are becoming more aware and familiar with the increasing need to protect their IT (Information Technology) systems and data there remains a common misconception among small and medium businesses that they are not a target because they either are too small to notice, or they do not possess any non-public personal information that a bad actor would want to steal and sell on the dark web.
Cyber incidents continue to rise in 2021 with small and medium businesses dealing with ransomware, business email compromise and account takeovers. While large companies and ransomware dominates the nightly news and newspaper headlines the same activities are plaguing small businesses as well.
Colonial Pipeline, Scripps Health, Ireland’s National Healthcare and JBS Meat Packing have all made the headlines in recent weeks as victims of ransomware including the payments of close to $16M.
Data dashboards have become increasingly popular for businesses over the past few years. They are a great data visualization tool that gives you an overview of how your business is performing, catering to a wide variety of users, from marketing staff to project managers.
Smartphones help us complete various work and personal tasks, and, depending on our usage, we may need to recharge them several times a day. But when your charger is unavailable and you need power for your phone, charging at public kiosks can seem like a good substitute.
Technology plays an important role in streamlining business processes. Artificial intelligence (AI), for example, is making huge strides in the healthcare industry, not only helping medical professionals better care for their patients, but also giving people proactive means of managing their health and lifestyle.
Computer and laptop buyers today need to make a decision between getting either a solid state drive (SSD) or a hard disk drive (HDD) as a primary storage component for their device. But which one is the better choice? In this article we outline the distinct features of SSD and HDD so you can make the right decision for your next purchase.
Enterprise cybersecurity is a holistic system that involves employing security practices at every level of use. This includes picking out the most secure web browser. Consider the security features of these popular web browsers when picking yours.
Microsoft Edge, Windows 10’s current default browser, is an improvement over its predecessor Internet Explorer (IE). Edge is based on the open source Chromium browser, resulting in a powerful and efficient browser that supports Progressive Web Apps and Google Chrome extensions.
Microsoft 365 Groups has a nifty feature called connectors, which enables users to link to and get information from third-party apps in Microsoft Outlook. This means relevant content and updates are shared immediately in your group feed, making workflow and collaboration more seamless.