It’s astonishing how much computers have evolved over the last decade alone. But despite being more powerful and affordable than ever before, they still suffer from one annoying problem: they slow down over time. To be fair, they don’t slow down on their own.
It took just one year for the cybersecurity landscape to change dramatically. As organizations large and small adapted to social distancing guidelines by embracing remote work arrangements as the new normal, cybercriminals shifted their sights to individual employees working from their homes, often using their own personal devices connected to a shared home network.
Data, including sensitive information about your customers and business partners, has become a valuable commodity. Right now, countless cybercriminals from around the world are scanning business networks for vulnerabilities, planning to sell all the information they can get their hands on to the highest bidder on the dark web.
You wake up your computer and discover an ominous message in the middle of the screen, informing you that the entire content of your hard drive has been encrypted and that the only way to regain access to it is to pay a hefty ransom. That’s what it’s like to get hit by a ransomware […]
Modern technology is great, but it can be even better if you learn how to use it to its full potential. The top 15 tech tips described in this article are guaranteed to take your productivity to the next level, and you can use them every day regardless of whether you’re working on an important […]
Annual MSP 501 Identifies Best-in-Class Global MSP Businesses & Leading Trends in Managed Services Miami, FL, August 3, 2020: BCA IT, Inc. has been named as one of the world’s premier managed service providers and one of the top MSPs in Florida on the prestigious 2020 annual Channel Futures MSP 501 rankings.
During the past several years, cybersecurity researchers have witnessed what can only be described as an explosion of ransomware targeting Windows users. Some of the most devastating ransomware attacks, such as WannaCry and NotPetya, infected hundreds of thousands of computers and brought down massive corporate networks.
Employees work more hours than ever, and it’s starting to have an impact on their well-being. It’s up to human resources managers to work with companies to curb this trend, especially given impending changes to overtime pay laws. Consider using a survey or reviewing data in your employee management software to gauge how your staff […]
Human resources departments face a lot of questions in the hiring and onboarding process. Strategic human resources management requires that you pay attention to any factors that may have a negative impact on productivity. For instance, one element many companies don’t consider is the effects of a long commute on employee retention.
When a new position opens up, does your company promote from within or bring in a new person from the outside? As it turns out, there are numerous benefits to investing in your people rather than onboarding a new hire. Here’s a hint: It may impact payroll management.