Everyone Should Have VPNs

You should get one if you use the internet – especially if you are connecting to the office local network from a remote location. ...

If You Think Your IT is “Okay”, it Isn’t.

There is an old phrase that applies if you feel that your IT is only ‘okay’ or ‘good enough’: “Damned by faint praise”. ...

Cybersecurity for Small Business

It’s the same for massive multinational corporations as it is for Small and Mid-size Businesses (SMBs). Security is the #1 most important factor affecting network operations today. ...

No Backups is a Disaster

Disasters come in many forms, but let’s say this disaster is a Ransomware attack – a scenario much more common than fires, earthquakes floods or other types of catastrophes. ...

Migration Shouldn’t Cause a Migraine

The last several years have seen an exponential increase in businesses moving all or part of their network operations to the cloud – primarily due to the vast expansion of a remote workforce. ...

Quantum Computing is Coming!

Put away your credit card – it’s not quite here yet. So why talk about it now? Because it’s coming quickly even faster than experts thought a month ago. ...

Creating Winning Cybersecurity

Cyber criminals continuously step up their game. Do you? When was the last time you asked your IT provider to demonstrate (in plain English) how good your own Cybersecurity is? Ransomware has been on an upsweep for a decade has taken off exponentially with the increase in employees working remotely due to COVID. ...

Zero-Knowledge Proofs and Online Transactions

As new technological concepts come into public view, they are often viewed as a ‘new thing’, but much of what rises in our consciousness is not new. ...

Technology For the Hybrid Office

It’s not fresh news that the way business is conducted changed after COVID hit in March of 2020. Some things have changed back, but some aspects of business will never again be the way they were. ...

Cryptojacking is on the Rise!

We have many different types of Cybercrime. The big one is Ransomware, data breaches, phishing, etc., so now we have Cryptojacking - a new kind of hack attack. It is not brand new - it first came to light in 2017. ...