Preparing for Cloud Migration

If you haven’t moved to the cloud yet, you’re behind the curve. According to the 2019 RightScale State of the Cloud Report from Flexera, 94% of their respondents are already using the cloud. And 69% of respondents use at least one public cloud and one private cloud.

4 Common Cyberthreats to Your Business

You don’t have to be paranoid to believe that your IT infrastructure is vulnerable to attack at any moment -- because it’s true. When it comes to online computing, a fortress mentality will pay you dividends in IT stability and robust protection of services.

It Pays to Be Proactive

Computers don’t just manage themselves. As sophisticated as they’ve become, they still need a human touch to keep everything running properly. Given time, all IT processes and equipment will fail. Businesses employ managed IT services to fix broken systems and -- more importantly -- to prevent them from breaking in the first place.

Protecting yourself against ransomware

Imagine this: you wake up one morning, get your cup of coffee and sit down at the laptop.  Like any morning, you open to read the front page of the Enquirer, you check your fantasy football lineup, you see what is happening on Facebook. Your friend Mark posted a link to something that apparently has him “ROTFL,” so you click the link and visit the site.

WiFi 6 Certified!

The line outside of an Apple store in anticipation of a new product launch has become a familiar sight over the years.  We have all seen the crowds lined up at the Kenwood Apple store, the hyper-connected masses clamoring to be the first of their friends to have the new iPhone, but it begs the question: is it worth it?  What has really changed from one iPhone to the next?  Sure you might get a sharper camera and some bragging rights, but is this phone really that much of a step forward from the last iteration? With the introduction of Wi-Fi 6 into the market, the answer is yes.

Cybersecurity Tips for College Students

As we enter the new school year, college students all over the country are returning to campus to begin or continue their studies. With so many things on their minds at the beginning of the term – what courses to take, choosing their housing and roommates, adjusting to a new and unfamiliar situation – cybersecurity may not be foremost in their minds.