Many Kent businesses take IT Security for granted and assume their computer systems are secure with basic Anti-Virus, Operating System settings and security permissions. However, the chances are your system and your data may still be vulnerable.
Lookin’ around in my PC
Cause the hard drive’s seemed to stop,
Dust bunnies hung where you can see,
Should I use a break-fix shop?
Lookin’ around in my PC
Typin’ questions into BING,
Looks like all my files are erased,
It just makes me want to scream!
There are countless threats out there that can mean danger for your business, but one of the most innovative to date utilizes a malicious Twitter account to administer commands to a botnet made up of infected Android devices. In fact, this is widely considered the first threat to actively use a social network in this manner, making it a wake-up call for security professionals and social media users alike.
The search for the perfect way to handle a data loss disaster has led many businesses to implement data backup and disaster recovery solutions, but the most challenging part of doing so is finding a solution that can minimize data loss and recovery time. Furthermore, there’s a specific need to understand the difference between data backup and disaster recovery, as the two are certainly not the same thing.
Google has implemented a project to encourage assistance in collecting potential vulnerabilities for its Nexus line of mobile devices, with some considerable prizes associated with it.
Technology, like it or not, is critical to the success of any business. However, the constant growth and trends of technology can be alarming, and make it difficult to plan for the future. Innovation has always been an important player in business technology, but more often than not, the IT budget doesn’t have the flexibility to evolve with the times. In this situation, what can you do?
USB technology is common in the workplace, and we bet that you’d have a hard time finding an office that doesn’t use it to some extent. However, if you’re not careful, these devices could become open gateways for threats to infiltrate your network, putting your entire data infrastructure at risk. This makes it exceedingly important to know where your USB devices have been, and what they might contain.
Technology grows at an incredible rate, and businesses need to take advantage of new features to get ahead of their competition. But is simply adopting new technology enough to get ahead? After all, new technology solutions mean nothing if your end-users don’t know how to use them.
Chances are that you’ve been forced to endure slow computers in the past. They test the boundaries of your patience, and they make it extraordinarily difficult to get any substantial work done. Slow computers can have devastating effects on your budget. Can your business afford to use technology that doesn’t work properly?
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