There are a number of important steps to take to ensure that maintaining a remote workforce does not compromise your company’s data security or the integrity of its information infrastructure. This article sets out what you and your employees need to do.
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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses everywhere are forced to operate remotely. This poses risks because employees will be using unsecured wifi and devices which hackers can easily access. Your company data could be on the line and you need to take the necessary steps to protect it.
Many businesses are facing a confusing and difficult time dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. At Entech, we remain committed to helping your employees and customers throughout this time. We are prepared to equip your business with the right IT solutions to keep business moving forward and with little disruption to daily operations.
No business can afford to overlook its business continuity, cybersecurity, and data recovery needs. Here are the main ways that a managed services provider (MSP) can support your operational continuity and reduce your downtime, all while improving your overall cybersecurity robustness.
Reducing stress in the workplace is the goal of any business. Technology should help eliminate many stressors by streamlining processes and offering convenience, but worrying about IT can also be a stress inducer. See why managed IT can alleviate stress in the workplace.
The last thing you should be worrying about while running a successful business is your IT. A managed service provider (MSP) is what every successful business needs to handle all of their IT concerns, that way you can focus on growing and leave those pesky problems behind you.
Whether you like it or not, if any of your devices are running Windows 7, it’s time to make the move to Windows 10. Why? Because come January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer support the decade-old operating system. And this means no more security patches.
January 14, 2020, as of this date, Microsoft will no longer produce any patches or updates for the Windows 7 platform. This potentially exposes users of devices with the Windows 7 operating system to vulnerabilities.
Businesses don’t grow on their own; careful planning and consideration create successful business growth. New developments in the IT field can position your business to grow and thrive. Learn more about successful partnering with your IT department or MSP.
Patching your software may feel a little time-consuming, especially when you’re facing lots of new updates. But if you fail to create a patching policy, you may invite significant security risks into your business. From hackers to ransomware, here are some of the dangers of failing to patch.