Cyber security has become a hot topic for companies in need of IT services in Los Angeles. Whether you are a small or medium-size business, choosing the ...
A lot of holiday shopping is happening online in the workplace. How can I keep my business safe from Malware?
It's important to be aware of malware and viruses (and other vulnerabilities) all year, but during the holidays, that importance is heightened to red alert.
How important is it for me to encrypt my system?
If you haven’t already done it, do it. Encrypting your internal drives is essential in fighting off the threats that come after you’ve lost your computer, or had it stolen or compromised by unauthorized users.
Why do I need DSS if my server has a RAID disk subsystem?"
In the event that a drive fails, Raid lowers risk of downtime and is a “baseline requirement” for servers. But RAID alone provides no protection against accidental or intentional deletion or corruption.
One of the things that definitely made a big splash at the show was the Intel Compute Stick. Like Amazon’s Fire TV Stick or Google's Chromecast, Intel put a full Windows PC on a stick, allowing any HDMI TV to become a Windows Desktop.
The latest operating system released by Apple, the iOS 8, is standard issue on the new 6 phones and carries the latest features and updated look. It reportedly runs beautifully on the 6 phones…however if you have an iPhone 4 we say DON’T upgrade.
How can I prevent employees from wasting their time (and my money) online?
Think your Internet Usage Policy is enough? Think again. There is a growing epidemic of employees spending what has been reported as over 60% of their time at work surfing the Net for personal use.
Every day I find myself stuck for new ideas when writing for my company blog. How do I continually generate new, compelling content to maintain an active blog presence?
I know you have encouraged us to start a company blog, but I have noticed that whenever a company starts a blog, it doesn’t take long for them to give up and quit. Why is that?
There are pros and cons to Microsoft Office 365 for mail and office applications, depending on what your needs are. Office 365 is pretty cheap and a good fit for some (albeit with very little or no tech support). But if any problems arise, that lack of tech support can raise the frustration level, and what started out as a cheap solution will soon turn very pricey, very fast. It is for these reasons we have had a number of companies move off of Office 365 and switch back to premise-based servers, and/or move to the DCG PrivateCLOUD hosted exchange offering.
Brent, I heard about Cryptolocker in the news this week. Is it true they are asking for a ransom to get your data back?