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By Hillary Ramirez on January 15, 2021

In a report from AT&T, 80% of businesses acknowledged they experienced some sort of a cyber attack. For today’s companies, falling victim to one of these attacks is no longer a question of “if” but “when.” Today’s employees are connected to the Internet all day every day, communicating with colleagues and stakeholders, sharing critical information and jumping from site to site. With hackings, data breaches and ransomware attacks on the rise, it is essential for all companies to plan for the worst, with mandatory cybersecurity trainings for all employees and with the recommended solutions for mitigating the risks.

By Hillary Ramirez
on January 08, 2021

Considering a transition to Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS)? When it comes to connecting your people and customers, traditional PBX systems or basic on-premise UC systems can be inefficient, expensive, and unreliable.

By Gabrielle Morris
on January 06, 2021

“We’ve seen two years’ worth of digital transformation in two months” said Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft in their Quarter 3 earnings call. But what does migrating to Microsoft Azure have to do with this?  The digital transformation Nadella refers to, includes staying agile and being adaptable in every situation your organization may run into- all things that Azure can do for you. There are endless reasons why your organization should migrate to Azure, Microsoft’s cloud computing service, in the new year, but here are our top 5:

By Gabrielle Morris
on January 06, 2021

According to Upwork, 42% of the American workforce remains working remotely due to COVID-19. Because employees can work-from-anywhere and have proven that they can be productive, a hybrid or remote work model is bound to be the new normal. In fact, 93% of employees surveyed by Global Workplace Analytics would like to keep working remotely at least part of the time, and 70% of managers reported the same or better results from their employees working remotely.  

By Gabrielle Morris
on December 30, 2020

As we all know 2020 has been the year of the unexpected. The COVID-19 Pandemic led to working from home, remote education, cancelled events, and panic-buying essentials. Unfortunately, 2020 was also quite a successful year for cybercriminals, with at least 80% of firms seeing an increase in cyberattacks in 2020. Here are three of the top types of cybercrimes for 2020 and how you can prevent them in your organization in 2021. 

By Hillary Ramirez
on December 22, 2020

Is your organization thinking of finding a backup and disaster recovery provider? How do you begin choosing the right BDR vendor or solution? Here as the top 8 questions you should ask to get you started. 

By Hillary Ramirez
on December 22, 2020

Today's businesses require a backup solution that delivers much more than a traditional local only strategy. Given the constant risks to its data, from all directions it is important for businesses to ensure that their data is protected and that they can remain operational in lieu of a system disruption. 

By Gabrielle Morris
on December 15, 2020

Did you know that 25% of respondent companies will move 10% of their employees to permanent remote positions post- COVID 19? In fact, according to Owl Labs, 25% of employees would take a 10% pay cut to continue working remotely. If your organization has not supplied appropriate devices for your remote employees you might want to consider itKeep reading to find our favorite work from home devices: 

By Hillary Ramirez
on December 09, 2020

Did you know that between 2018-2019 there has been a dramatic increase of publicly disclosed cyber security incidents of up to 300% ? In fact, according to K-12 Cyber Security Resource Center, the misuse and abuse of school technology and IT systems resulted in 348 publicly disclosed incidents involving 336 educational agencies across 44 states.  With virtual learning, schools and districts must now be more vigilant on obtaining the proper cyber security tools and establishing  up-to-date protocols and security policies. 

By Gabrielle Morris
on December 01, 2020

As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the nation, there is no clear timeline for students to return to their school campuses. Cybercriminals have been given the perfect opportunity to attack.  Due to the lack of protection against these threats it can cost schools time and money to rebuild their IT infrastructure and cause a disruption to student’s learning.  Continue reading to discover the most common cybercrimes and how can you prevent them in your school?.