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Knowing the risks and how to minimize those risks is your best bet for helping your business survive. The threats are real and the consequences can be devastating. By shoring up your network security and educating your employees, you can keep your business running smoothly and safely.
Data breaches hurt companies not only when they happen but also into the future – the bad press can affect public brand perception (and consumption) for a long time to come. As a small business owner, you want to decrease your chances of a hack or breach as much as possible.
The truth is that SMBs across the globe suffer damaging hacks every day. While it never helps to panic, you should treat this danger with urgency. In fact, there are a number of cybersecurity measures you can start imposing before the close of this very day.
No one wants to experience a data breach. But if your network falls prey to a cyberattack, you want to know about it as soon as possible.
Obviously, digital attacks will keep happening, and internet criminals will keep finding new methods to use and new weaknesses to exploit. However, you shouldn’t resign yourself to a cyber attack. Instead, no matter your current operating budget, you can adopt effective preventive strategies.
Migrating data and software systems to the cloud is one of the best ways for modern businesses to make better use of technology. Before launching into a cloud migration, though, it’s important to consider both the benefits and the potential challenges.
Mobile technology is one of those crucial tools available to business that many overlook or fail to take full advantage of. If you find yourself doing business on the road a lot, smart use of your mobile device can make you operate more efficiently and offer more productivity.
These are the tech trends that everyone — from IT entrepreneurs to YouTube influencers and tech junkies — will pay close attention to, while savvy business owners will pick and choose over which tech tools can keep them ahead of the competition.
Businesses are abandoning landlines in droves, with some telecoms companies predicting that the landline will be altogether gone by the year 2020.