All organizations that will still be around in five years have at least a basic awareness of the threat posed by phishing, the fraudulent practice of sending seemingly legitimate emails to trick their recipients into revealing sensitive information or eliciting a certain action.
The global health crisis that paralyzed the entire world last year caused a massive shift to remote working as organizations tried their best to remain operational. Although the COVID-19 restrictions that prevented many employees from working from the office have largely been lifted, remote working is here to stay, at least to some extent.
Cloud computing is not just a buzzword anymore. It’s one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, expected to grow from $371.4 billion in 2020 to $832.1 billion by 2025. Examples of cloud computing can be found all around us because they make up the foundation of many organizations’ IT infrastructures.
Small and medium businesses are in a tough spot because they face many of the same challenges as larger enterprises while having just a small fraction of their resources. That’s why they’re constantly searching for cost-effective solutions capable of making their hectic lives just a bit easier.
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.
The Complete Guide to Managed IT Services in 2022: Everything You Need to Know to Partner with the Best Provider
The demand for managed IT services has been growing at a steady pace, and the global managed services market is expected to reach $329 billion by 2025. While virtually all modern organizations have complex IT needs that need to be supported on a regular basis, they don’t always have the resources to do so themselves.
Today’s organizations are exposed to increasingly sophisticated cyber threats, requiring them to implement similarly sophisticated countermeasures to keep sensitive data and important systems protected.
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, business laptops have become in high demand, but choosing the right model can be tricky. Why? Because there are many factors to consider, and because the line between business and consumer laptops can be blurry.