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Mobile Tech: Is Yours Protected?

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is commonplace in most small businesses, but does it put your company at risk?

Making Working from Home Work

Working from home can be a perk and a productivity boost. Make the most of your tools and space while maintaining privacy and security of corporate data.

Mobile Devices: Convenient and Useful, but Present Special Risks

Most of us use smart phones for business and our personal lives, and uses are growing. However, due to their size, rendering of content often obscures information that would more readily identify malicious content. Here are tips to make your use less pron…

Keeping your data safe: Access Control

Protecting your data is achieved by a combination of practices. Are you covering all the bases?
rols can do in keeping your data safe in the BYOD era of today

Be Proactive: How to Avoid Potential Network Failures

For small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), an IT network failure can be devastating because they don't have the resources of large corporations to bounce back from such disasters. Preparation against such devastation may be the only course for them to …
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BYOD: Why is This Concept So Attractive to Employees?

BYOD, to work started as an occasional thing several years ago, but has quickly become a pervasive reality. To use your personal smartphone, tablet or laptop for work seems increasingly natural. Employees are embracing this concept without any serious res…
BYOD or BYODAllowing BYOD in your business does have its …fit analysis. There are tools which can make BYOD safe and effective for you and your employee

WFH: How we got here

If you’ve been in the workforce for a while, you remember what life in the office was like a few decades ago. The uniformity of the structure was pretty much the same. Now WFH and BYOD is the norm. Are you prepared?

WFH: Remote Data Access and Data Security

When your employees are working in your offices, you control their methods of access to company data, but once access goes remote, data security becomes a bigger challenge. It is an issue that you have to consider when evaluating WFH policies.
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Data Protection and Bring Your Own Device

BYOD is a pretty common policy, and it has many benefits, but it brings along risks. How are you addressing these risks?
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SMBs: It is Hackers v. You - Don't Let Them Score

Small to mid-sized businesses can be easy and lucrative targets for cybercriminals because they are typically less protected than large corporations and often have valuable information such as credit card information, Social Security numbers, addresses, d…