The past few years have seen the movement of cutting IT spending to the bare minimum in businesses. But before you decide to reduce your spending, how can you maximize your return on the investment and be sure you’re getting everything your money has to offer? Here are four key ways to determine what needs to be cut - and what could benefit from further investment.
Every company faces challenges; but there’s no need to let IT challenges be part of them. Here are two problems that we predict you’ll face at some point in 2016, and our recommended steps towards preventing them.
Phishing is the act in which someone impersonates your company to obtain information from consumers.
Cyber attacks are time-consuming and annoying at best, and destructive to the integrity of your information at worst. It is safe to say that no business wants to face one, especially if it could impact or violate data privacy and security.
Supporting and growing your company if your system isn’t secure is next to impossible, because you’re using valuable resources to fend off cyber attacks.