Whether you are looking to install a business phone system or replace an old model with a new phone, you will need to understand the options that are ...
In June of last year, Pindrop Security reported that phone fraud (including caller ID spoofing, and other phone scams) -- targeting the retail and finance industries -- increased by thirty percent in 2014, with over 85 million scams taking place monthly in the country alone.
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.
Do you know if your business's computer system is completely safe from viruses, hackers, data loss, corruption, or natural disasters?As a business owner, you recognize how crucial it is to keep your computer network continually and successfully running while keeping your data safe.
Every single day, our computer drives are losing more and more space as they become bogged down with files, many of them duplicates. Tackling the job of finding and deleting duplicate files on your own is not only time consuming, but also prone to error and very risky: You might accidentally delete files you should not delete. And while Windows 2012 has a de-duplication program built in, that won’t help with local or shared drives.
There is a variety of blended threats in cyberspace, and it's important for you to know not only that you're protected, but that you're protecting yourself in the most cost efficient way.
In addition to viruses, there is the constant looming threat of malware.
There's a threat to computers worldwide called Reveton, a virus that locks up computers and orders their users to pay a fine. Should this demand for money ever appear on your screen, don't pay it!
Reveton, described as "drive-by malware" because it can install itself when users simply click on a compromised website, infects and freezes a computer, then brings up a pop-up warning that says the FBI believes the individual's internet address is engaged in illegal activity, such as piracy.