Cyber criminals employ a variety of malware and ransomware tactics to infiltrate your company’s defenses. Every day, your computer system is under attack from viruses and malware designed to find the weakest entry points into your computer systems.
You wouldn’t drive your car without scheduled maintenance, why risk your data on computers and servers that have not been maintained as well?
New cyber threats are emerging every day. The latest threat to your computer system involves cyberattacks that target on-premises Microsoft exchange servers. Microsoft has announced that these attacks utilize previously unknown exploits, making your data vulnerable to cybercrime.
Like most businesses, the end of the calendar year means it is time to upgrade your computers and other hardware in preparation for the upcoming year of business. With pandemic mitigations threatening the viability of small businesses on a daily basis, it is more important than ever to ensure your hardware is up to date to handle any challenge or opportunity that comes your way.
The Covid 19 pandemic has altered the landscape of business over the past several months. More people are working remotely than ever before. Companies are changing the way business gets done and Helping Hand IT is proactively responding to those changes to meet the needs of their clients.
If this past year has taught us anything, it is that we must plan for the unforeseen and remain fluid enough to pivot our business models when potential problems arise. We can’t foresee what the year 2021 will provide for us. But we can use what we have learned in 2020 to prepare for what may come next year.
In the business world, the year 2020 is fast becoming synonymous with disaster. The massive shutdowns aimed at slowing the spread of Covid 19 came at a huge cost to business. Now that business is beginning to move forward and a new normal has begun to take hold, it is time to think proactively about how to avoid the next disaster from striking.