Healthcare facilities have a lot to lose in the cybersecurity arena. For beginners, think of the HIPAA compliances that they follow to keep sensitive data and patient information secure. Now think about how calamitous it could be if that information got leaked to criminals.
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We live in a world where we expect public Wi-Fi access everywhere we go, whether it’s in your local coffee shop, the hotel your family is staying in, or the hardware store you’re walking through.
Even after all these years of existence, wrapping your head around what the cloud “is” can be mind-boggling. The cloud is not, in fact, an imaginary infrastructure that stores your device’s data in the atmosphere.
You’re considering a transition to outsourced IT, a decision that will help alleviate stress and let you focus more on your craft and less on your network. This is a big step to make as a company, and it’s important to know that the company you choose is right for your unique business.
It’s pretty safe to assume that every single organization uses Microsoft Excel to organize their company data. Since it’s inception over 2 decades ago, Excel has dominated the spreadsheet software market, and much of that is attributed to how easy the interface is to use.
Before Tier 1 Techs’ CEO, Bensin Joseph founded Tier 1 Techs nearly a decade ago, he was the Director of Information Technology for one of Miami’s most prestigious 5-star hotels, The Four Seasons Hotel Miami.
Most people don’t take it seriously, but having a strong set of passwords can be the key to protecting your livelihood. Think of all the platforms that you type a password in for; email, bank accounts, phones, work computers… the list goes on and on.
Small Businesses have the most to lose in the cybersecurity game, and if that sounds like fabricated truth, take a look at some of the following stats from the National Cyber Security Alliance and the 2017 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report:
- 70% of attacks are aimed at small businesses.
The average IT guy wears many hats. One second they’re helping a co-worker plug in their computer monitor, and the next they’re trying to figure out why the Internet just went down in the entire office.