Ah, the holidays. It's a magical time of year when hopefully we can take some time to reflect on the prior year and be thankful for all of our blessings. I am thankful for health and happiness and even for the struggles and challenges that I've had to overcome this past year. These struggles are what help to shape and strengthen our character and I'm thankful for them.
Let's face it. Your business depends on your computers and your data. Without access to your data, you are essentially out of business.
The recent hurricanes have highlighted the need for data disaster recovery. This is surprisingly affordable and should be a part of every small business if you want to stay open for business.
Halloween is scary, your business data backup should not be.
We can all help to make the internet more secure by practicing safe computing.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness month.
The FBI has published an article with tips on how to protect yourself online.
There are some things you can do to protect your small business or organization from Ransomware.
Were you affected by the Equifax data breach? Find out here.
Are you prepared for a disaster? Plan for disaster recovery BEFORE a disaster strikes.
I received a voice message on my cell phone today. It was a scam call.
Can you recover from a failed server in minutes with your current backup solution, or is it more like hours or days?
Your server has failed, or maybe the data has been encrypted by ransomware.
Good new is, you have a backup. So, how long will it take you to be back in business?
Every once in a while I run into someone I've known for a very long time and we talk about computers and computer support. I tell them that I work for the best IT Managed Services company in East Texas. They say, "I didn't know you did that". Honestly, that only stings a little.
Managed IT services such as a BDR can help protect your business data from the many threats that are out there.
Here's the latest threat. This is a newer, more sinister version of an older ransomware. This new one doesn't even want any money, it just wants to destroy your data. Yep, destroy your data with no chance to even pay a ransom and get it back.
Let that one sink in for a minute.