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Why IT Professionals Are Terrified Of Ransomware

If you want to scare someone who works in IT, start talking to them about ransomware. There are few things as scary for IT professionals as the prospect of their systems locking up with hackers demanding money to return things back to normal. When discussing it, you may notice them breaking into a sweat and…
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5 Common Cyber Security Threats an IT Company in Orlando Can Help You Fight

Whether you are running a multinational organization or a small shop, cybercrime is always looming in the shadows around your business. According to a study published by Accenture, the average number of security breaches in 2019 was 145, which was an 11% increase from 2018 – and a 67% increase in the last five years.…
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Is Your IT Stealing Your Staff’s Time?

At some point in the last six months, maybe you’ve been on a Zoom call or chatting away in Microsoft Teams. And you’ve wondered what would have happened if Covid had come along in the 1980s or even 1990s.     Let’s be honest… the world would have totally shut down. The business would have completely ground…
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This Is Now The Biggest Crime Risk To Your Business

If someone asked you to take a wild guess at the world’s biggest crime, what do you think? Burglary maybe? Common assault? Or perhaps you might take a more humorous approach and suggest man buns or women with ridiculous eyebrows? Well, you might be surprised (and a little concerned) to find out that the most…
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Remote Workforce or not – you can securely protect and back up your corporate information

One of the most common objections heard when talking with businesses about moving towards a remote work strategy is the supposed security risks posed by not having all data contained within the physical confines of the office building. While this has widely been debunked, the myth still remains. But the tide may be moving in…
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