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Cyber Security Tips for Employees Working from Home

Flexible scheduling and work-from-home opportunities are increasingly attractive options to many employees. But the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lock-down has thrust the entire workforce into a remote working reality—and unfamiliar territory. With a larger number of the workforce working from home, it is important, now more than ever, to ensure your business data is protected […]

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Network Monitoring Best Practices for Your Business

Once upon a time, managing information overload was strictly an on-site operation. Not so anymore. With growing infrastructures and an ever-increasing remote workforce, keeping a watchful eye on your network’s performance has never been more important—and more challenging. Routers, switches, and a myriad of components—today’s networks are complicated. Sooner or later, something WILL go wrong. […]

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Is Everything Backed Up? – Benefits to Having Remote Backups

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are requiring employees to work from home. But as the remote workforce trend continues to surge upward, it is vital that companies have a comprehensive backup plan to mitigate new security risks. Are you worried about data loss or damage during this trying time? Read on to learn the […]

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Best Practices for Managing Employees Working from Home

  Year after year, remote workers are becoming a bigger piece of the workforce landscape. Having your employees work off-site offers up a slew of conveniences and benefits—less stress, increased morale, and improved family and personal life. But working remotely also comes with its downsides. Whether your company employs four or four hundred remote workers, […]

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How Can You Make Your Company Hard to Hack?

We are all aware—or at least should be—of the rapid rate at which cyber crime is increasing. If it wasn’t already on your mind, you should definitely be wondering how can you make your company hard to hack. In a recent report from CTV News, it was revealed that in a period of only 8 months, 19 […]

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Working Remotely: How to Keep Your Network Secure

When it comes to modern-day workplaces, there is an undeniable paradigm shift taking place in the corporate landscape. Thanks to advances in networking and mobile technologies, more and more business owners are utilizing remote workforces. Whether from home, client locales, or even hotels thousands of kilometres away, telecommuting allows employees the convenience and ease of […]

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Top 10 Security Awareness Training Topics for Your Employees

There is no single perfect solution to every problem, so it’s an unfortunate fact that even when you take extensive measures to protect your business, you may still find weak points that make you vulnerable. One such point that is sometimes overlooked is the role of employees in protecting the company. Kaspersky reports that human error accounts for […]

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Top Ways the Cloud Help You Cut Costs

Finding new ways to maximize profits and minimize expenses is part and parcel of running a business. One increasingly popular means of reducing costs is making use of cloud computing, with a study released by the University of Manchester revealing that 88% of those using the cloud responded that they have seen a reduction in […]

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How Managed IT Services Can Help You Stay Competitive

Given the rapid growth of the Managed IT Services industry, you most likely have at least some passing familiarity with it. If you aren’t using Managed IT and are unsure of what it can offer you, then keep reading to learn more. Already, the Managed IT Services industry has reached more than $180 billion US […]

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Make Your Company Hard to Hack with These Helpful Tips

Protecting your company and its data has been a growing concern in recent years as cybercrime rates continue to climb. With recent reports showing that 19 million Canadians had their data breached in an 8-month period, starting in November 2018. Most of those breaches (59%) resulted from hacking or phishing scams. With the threats to […]

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