Working in the document world, we know the importance of keeping sensitive information confidential. This is for the protection of your employees, your customers, and your business. The hope is that you are doing everything you can to ensure nothing malicious occurs with your sensitive data. The reality is that no matter what you do, many of the ways data can be disrupted are out of your control, and you need to be aware of the ways you can prevent data loss in those situations.
What will you do if the worst happens? Disaster recovery may be the last thing on your mind, particularly if your business is in a period of growth. When life looks sunny, it's hard to remember that storms may come. But data disaster recovery is a vital part of running a smart company because just one incident that results in catastrophic data loss could leave your business unable to function. Most enterprises that suffer a data loss end up shutting their doors within the following year—a sad reality that could be prevented with the right planning.
Understanding how to avoid malware is important to any business with a single computer. (And let's be honest, that is everyone these days). However, before we can consider delving into the ways you can avoid malware in your company computers, we want to make absolutely certain that you understand what malware actually is.
In the world of managed IT services, there are a few well-known mistakes that you really don't want to make. Unfortunately, these mistakes are also common. Take a look:
As technology evolves, business processes improve. That's why technology is so closely linked to commercial success; if you're not investing a technology, it's likely that your competitor is.