Is your cloud strategy stuck in the past?

To stay ahead of the continuously changing digital landscape, you must keep your cloud security strategy updated. A three-year-old strategy is severely outdated by today’s standards.

The cloud can be very good for small businesses

While there was once a time when small businesses needed to make significant investments to compete on a global scale, cloud computing has changed all that. If you’re intrigued by the idea of bringing the cloud to your business but you don’t yet know much about the benefits, now’s the time to explore them in further detail.

How to accurately gauge your cybersecurity risks

Cybersecurity threats are evolving all the time, and they affect companies of all sizes. To protect your own business, here's what you need to know about the importance of cybersecurity – and some advice for gauging your organization's unique cybersecurity risks and threats.

The 4 biggest cybersecurity breaches of 2019

2019 was a banner year for cybersecurity breaches. Incidents occurred over various industries, with millions of records exposed and hundreds of millions of dollars lost. Learn about the four biggest cybersecurity breaches of 2019 and what went wrong.

4 Ways to Improve Your Workplace Communication TODAY

Communication is the key to all aspects of a business – employee retention, project completion, client lifecycle value, and ultimately, the continued success of the organization. Did you know that 57% of employees report not being given clear directions? And that 69% of managers report not being comfortable communicating with their employees in general?

5 Reasons to Consider VoIP

Is it worth investing in VoIP for your business? Learn some of the main reasons why businesses are switching to VoIP systems and why you should take advantage of VoIP services to modernize your communication infrastructure. Don't miss out on this crucial innovation in modern communication.
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Are You IT Strategic? Why Companies Succeed or Fail

In today’s world of commerce, companies ignore the strategic potential of information technology at their peril. Companies in literally every industry need to consider how—not whether—to use IT as part of a business model that will allow them to thrive and grow. Not implementing IT as an integral part of a path forward will doom most companies to stagnation, decline, and eventual extinction. The Yin and Yang of Business Failure and Success: The IT Commonality at one time, some believed that only businesses engaged in commerce that directly involved IT—producers of computer software, or high tech hardware, etc.—needed to keep up with changes in technology to remain successful. Few believe that anymore given the examples of high profile companies involved in businesses not directly involved with IT that have failed due in large measure to IT shortsightedness. Among the best known of these cases are movie rental company Blockbuster and bookseller Borders. In both instances, the IT stodginess of these companies was paralleled by the IT creativity of the businesses that largely displaced them: Netflix and Amazon.com respectively.

Letter from the President - December

It is that time when we look back and reflect on the last year. For most it is a time of Joy, celebrating the holidays. For others, there can be some sadness. I wish each and everyone health, happiness and success. And if you know of anyone who can use a hand, please do what you can to lend one. A call or an invite may be all that it takes to turn the sadness into happiness.

Are You at Risk of a Cybercrime Attack?

SMBs are popular targets for cybercriminals. Why? Because they are data goldmines that, unlike their larger counterparts, don’t always have the resources necessary to implement sophisticated security measures. Let’s take a look at some of the vulnerabilities that could be leaving your business exposed.

4 Common Cyber Threats and How to Avoid Them

Are you aware of the latest cyberattacks? Cybercriminals are always changing their approach. Some long-standing tactics, such as phishing and password attacks, are still holding strong. But with new methods constantly emerging, you need to learn more about them.