Internet of Things (IoT) devices and appliances are proving to be excellent ways to leverage automation in pursuit of profitability and customer satisfaction. As with any device that connects to the internet, they need to be configured to protect business and personal data.
Identifying opportunities in all areas of business is vital for growth. However, one area that’s often overlooked is technology. Although it’s tempting to adopt an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” attitude with IT, conducting regular technology business reviews is necessary if you want to achieve your business goals.
Microsoft has introduced a convenient and personal way to sign in to your Windows 10 devices. With Windows Hello, you can now log in with just a look or a touch. This features also comes with enterprise-grade security without having to type in a password.
Businesses should take every precaution when it comes to data and network protection. Leverage the capabilities of a competent IT partner by augmenting their round-the-clock oversight and regularly update protocols with timely security audits.
Auditing and the security strategy
Audits are necessary to maintain system integrity and uphold quality.
The bring your own device (BYOD) phenomenon continues to rise in the workplace. There are a number of benefits and risks that BYOD brings. For it to be successful, you must balance employee freedom and data security. Here’s how you can do that.
Whether your employees are using smartphones, tablets, or laptops, you need a BYOD security policy.
As the number of cybersecurity threats increases, many business owners have no recourse but make cybersecurity a priority. But how does one know if your security measures are actually keeping your enterprise IT assets safe? Here are five ways you can tell if your security isn’t sufficient.
When it comes to business IT security, many small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) often struggle to protect their systems from various cyberattacks. While there are many things you can do to secure your IT infrastructure, being aware of common security threats will really help.
Apple promises a raft of features to improve productivity and overall user experience with macOS Catalina. Slated for release in October 2019, legions of Mac users worldwide can’t wait to unpack the new operating system’s exciting apps and programs.
If you’re an iPhone user who’s always on the go, you may be texting sensitive information on a daily basis. One small mistake could have a negative impact on friends, family, or your business. To ensure that doesn’t happen, here are three easy steps to keep your iPhone text messages private.