BUSINESS CONNECTIONS & MANAGED IT – Interview

Whether taking care of business in-office or at home, everyday operations depend on the strength of your business’ connection, availability, data protection and hardware. Keeping a business connected and protected does not have to be complicated, but it does need to be done right. That is why partnering with a local Managed IT provider is important; working with a team that knows the right solutions and is invested in the goals of the businesses they serve paves the road for success in more ways than one. Our own Dan DeNeui was recently featured on the Grand Island airwaves sharing the numerous [...]

BUSINESS CONNECTIONS & MANAGED IT – Interview2021-01-14T22:25:40+00:00

Distance Defense: 4 Digital Security Tips for Working Remotely

Cyber security risks do not stop at the office doors. As many businesses double down on work-from-home plans or look to enhance their remote work infrastructure, it is vital to consider what that means for overall network health and IT protocol. Because while online access grants teams work location flexibility, it also brings potential vulnerabilities to your business. The chief goals of a remote work implementation strategy, whether it be an operational response to unique situations or simply part of your business norm, should be enabling your people to work in a comfortable, familiar, and productive environment, while also ensuring that [...]

Distance Defense: 4 Digital Security Tips for Working Remotely2021-01-12T16:12:44+00:00

Digital Hoarding: 3 Ways it Hurts Your Workflow

Piles of clutter can be a huge wake-up call to clean up, organize and put things in order. When that clutter lives in our desktops, inboxes and browsers it can be all too easy to set it aside, keeping it “out of sight and out of mind”. But holding onto digital materials beyond their need may prove to be a larger inconvenience than simply having a crowded desktop. In fact, the practice of digital hoarding can be harmful to business workflows in a variety of ways. Digital hoarding is defined as: Excessive acquisition and reluctance to delete electronic material that no longer [...]

Digital Hoarding: 3 Ways it Hurts Your Workflow2021-01-06T20:53:11+00:00

TRUSTING YOUR LOCAL IT PROVIDER – Interview

When it comes to supporting valuable company data, a trusted relationship with a service provider will ease the burden of IT complexities, freeing up teams, managers and owners to do what they do best – grow their business. Maintaining a solid relationship with a local provider is meaningful for many different reasons, especially ensuring quick response times are delivered the moment they are needed.  The turnaround on requests and services are incredible when working with us as a trusted, local provider.  No one wants to wait when there is an urgent tech issue needing to be addressed. Being a local service [...]

TRUSTING YOUR LOCAL IT PROVIDER – Interview2021-01-04T14:25:00+00:00

Social Engineering: 3 Ways to Identify & Protect Your Business from Hacker Targeting

Keeping up with technology is more than merely upgrading hardware to newer models or keeping software up to date. Knowing how to keep you and your employees safe in an ever-changing digital landscape is just as important as equipping them with the best tech solutions. For hackers, social engineering is a commonly-used tool for attacking businesses. What is social engineering? Rather than relying on conventional hacking techniques, social engineering uses human interaction and psychological manipulation to obtain or compromise valuable information. What does that mean for your business? Knowing some of the forms of social engineering keeps you ahead of the [...]

Social Engineering: 3 Ways to Identify & Protect Your Business from Hacker Targeting2020-12-08T19:38:31+00:00
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