On-premises to Cloud Migration: How it Can Benefit You

As technology continues to rapidly advance, many organizations have turned to cloud computing for flexibility, cost savings, and adaptability. Although physical servers are an integral part of business operations, their maintenance costs, lack of scalability, and the amount of space they require may lead you to consider cloud computing. Transitioning to a cloud-based platform will […]Read More

A Passwordless Era is Here

On September 15, Microsoft announced on their blog post1that they are going passwordless. It means that users will no longer have to enter their passwords to access their Microsoft account.  For a lot of us, this is a great relief and something worth celebrating. Password frustration is real. Many people are fed up with changing passwords constantly, […]Read More

How to Protect Company Data When an Employee Leaves

Ensure that your company data is protected whether your employees leave voluntarily or involuntarily. Cybersecurity health is significantly affected by malicious insider threats. These include former employees who take classified or sensitive information with them when they leave. Whether it is a voluntary or involuntary termination, ensure you have recovered all company data and that […]Read More

Why You Should Outsource Your School’s IT Support to a Managed Service Provider

With the school year just started, as an educator, you’re faced with difficult trials. These challenges include keeping everyone safe from the pandemic, maintaining compliance with COVID regulations, staff shortages, school funding, and curriculum planning. The one thing you won’t have to worry about – managing the IT environment at your school. Many schools across […]Read More

T-Mobile’s Customers’ Private Information Compromised

T-Mobile discovered on August 17th that over 40 million current, former, and prospective customers’ private information had been compromised. They are still in the process of investigating the extent of the breach but confirmed that their clients’ personal information was accessed and stolen. This information includes names, driver’s license information, government identification numbers, and Social Security numbers. […]Read More