As your company grows, you need to ensure employees have uninterrupted access to the programs they need to stay productive. In your search for an IT solution, you may be weighing the benefits of IT outsourcing versus hiring an IT manager.
Hiring IT support experts to manage your technology can be a great investment. But where do you start? Learn everything you need to know about managed IT services.
It’s no secret that the dark web is a dangerous place. While many organizations have beefed up their security programs in response to growing cyber threats, most are still behind the curve.
Is it worth your time to actively monitor the dark web and ensure your data stays out of the hands of cybercriminals? Absolutely. But if you’re unfamiliar with the dark web and how it works, you may not know where to begin.
In this blog, we’ll discuss the most pressing dark web risks and share the best ways to combat them effectively.
WHAT IS THE DARK WEB?
In today’s technology landscape, cybercriminals are now primarily targeting individual users rather than breaking into systems. Below are three best practices you can implement to protect yourself from cyberattacks, whether at work or home.
At this time of year many of our clients are finalizing their plans for the coming year. Part of our job at Nauticon is to help them develop and implement a sound IT strategy that aligns with their business objectives. With that in mind, here are 5 things you should consider while developing your IT strategy for the coming year.
1) Develop a technology mission statement.
According to the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association, eight out of ten American businesses, from small operations to Fortune 100 companies, rely on leasing to acquire assets. They recognize that the value of their equipment comes from using it, not owning it.
Why lease a copier?
Build capital strength. Leasing lets you spread your payments over time. You’ll pay as you go, not upfront, freeing up capital for investment or other business expenses instead of tying it up in fixed assets.
If you're looking for infrastructure as a service (IaaS), one of the easiest ways to make that transition is through a managed IT infrastructure service. A managed service provider will be able to get your organization started right away -- but first, let's discuss what IaaS is and its advantages.
What Is Infrastructure as a Service?
Technology has become integral to running nearly every business. As companies grow, they eventually need someone to manage that technology. Above and beyond mere maintenance of technology, businesses need a person to be responsible for driving the business forward utilizing new technologies and for streamlining the company’s existing systems and processes. Inevitably, someone in the company will fall into this role, usually the CFO (Chief Financial Officer), CEO (Chief Executive Officer), or a business owner.
The internet is an incredible resource, but it can also be a very scary place.
Cyber attacks have become so numerous and devastating in recent years that they make news headlines almost daily. Although your business may be aware of these attacks, are you doing all you can to avoid becoming a hacker’s next victim?
Your password alone may not keep your accounts and data secure.
No entity, no matter the size, can afford cyber security blind spots. Hackers have gone after major cities like Baltimore and they’ve hit places the average person is less familiar with, like Lake City, FL. Despite the risks, many small-to-midsized municipalities, businesses, etc. count on their size to keep them safe, leaving dangerous security gaps open in the process.