No matter what industry your business is in, it is currently exposed to numerous risks related to online security. The number of cyber attacks targeting small businesses keeps growing on a daily basis, which proves our point that every single business is facing some sort of a threat.
The NIST cybersecurity framework offers voluntary guidance about securing businesses and protecting their networks and data from cybersecurity threats. According to the National Cyber Security Alliance, 60% of small businesses close down only six months after a cybersecurity attack.
Millions of devices and security systems were compromised in 2018 because of a large number of data breaches across various different industries. Even though some of the world’s largest corporations, such as Facebook, suffered plenty of consequences, small businesses took the largest portion of the damage.
Whether it’s families searching for an affordable way to keep in touch with their loved ones, online gamers who want a simple communication medium, or business executives who are using video conferencing and telepresence to lower travel costs, VoIP has become a part of their daily lives.
Cloud computing has given companies affordable and flexible solutions to deal with rapidly advancing technological demands. However, for the small business owner, there are still many common misunderstandings about using cloud services. Here are a few things some businesses owners misunderstand about the cloud.
Business technology has become one of the most important components for successful companies big and small. In an overwhelmingly digital landscape, businesses depend on IT for marketing, data storage, and financial transactions. And with that comes the need to secure every bit of private information cyber criminals might want to feast their eyes on.
Installing a VoIP system in your business may be an afterthought. The name itself sounds confusing enough, so you’d rather not bother with it – especially when you already have a traditional phone line. So what if there was an easy way to give VoIP a try that could save you some money in the […]
When big companies like Dropbox or Ashley Madison are hacked, the whole world hears about it. But how often do you hear about cyber attacks on the SMBs of the world? Probably not often, or never. Well, today, that’s all about to change. The NY Times recently ran an article telling the story of a […]