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Your employees probably use their personally-owned mobile devices for at least some of their work. They may use them to check email, text co-workers about projects, or put meetings on their calendar. Rather than risk security issues when employees devise workarounds to use their mobile device to access corporate[...]
Look around your office and make a mental list of the things that bother you the most. For many people, it's paper clutter, lack of space, and constant reminders of how behind they are that causes the most frustration. Moving to a roomier office may seem like the answer, but without addressing the issue of paper[...]
Personal mobile device usage is now so prevalent in company work environments that few question the practice. As more and more BYOD employees enter the workplace, Mobile Device Management professionals provide a wide variety of services to protect confidential information. Here are a few benefits to consider.
Is your healthcare facility in the process of choosing a Managed IT Services provider? Well, there's a lot to take into consideration. From the level of support to specific services, it's critical to do some advanced research and take your time before making the final decision.
While most efforts to protect information have to do with stopping outside intruders and malicious attacks, information is vulnerable from the inside as well. Is yours protected?
Mobile workers are expected to comprise nearly 75% of the workforce in the U.S. within the next two years. The healthcare sector can expect to see a similar trend, and controlling data access will become even more complicated than it is today.
Access to expert tech support is essential for the modern small business, and you'll need to spend some time researching your IT options. Your organization can't afford to waste money, but cutting corners in critical areas is not a good choice, either. Here's a quick overview of what's most important when it comes[...]
How much will it cost your company to recover following a data breach? New research from the Ponemon Institute and IBM paints a sobering picture, with costs increasing by 1.8% in 2017. And here in the U.S., businesses can expect to pay even more than other countries to respond to a data breach.