High-profile ransomware cases include the WannaCry and Petya outbreaks in 2017, which infected hundreds of thousands of Windows PCs around the world. However, Mac computers can get ransomware too. If you have a Mac, it’s important that you follow the security best practices below. What is Mac ransomware? Ransomware is a type of malicious program […]
Malicious software can affect any computer, and Macs are no exception. In fact, it’s important to take action right away when you notice your Mac freezing up, slowing down, and redirecting you to random websites. Below are a few malware removal tips to keep your systems safe and sound. Minimize the threat Containment is the […]
In 2017, Hurricane Harvey hit Texas and certain parts of Louisiana the hardest. In the same year, Hurricane Irma devastated companies in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. During uncertain times, a disaster recovery (DR) plan is what saves companies from power outages and massive revenue losses. Let these tips guide you. Determine recovery hierarchy Certain […]
Using “Riders on the Storm” as a ringtone seemed like a good idea at the time. Looking at your phone displaying 4:42 a.m., however, made it seem more like a cruel joke.
“Hello” you mumbled sleepily, already beginning to sense impending doom.
“Sorry to wake you, Alex – it’s Michael at the monitoring company.
Companies such as Apple, Samsung, and others have turned mobile phones into mini-computers that can serve as a substitute for your laptop, or as a storage device. If you’re using a smartphone as a communications and storage device, backing up now would be a wise move.
Technology changes so rapidly. With disaster recovery (DR), we see business owners clinging to ideas that no longer apply. What kind of DR myths are still widely accepted by the masses? Here are three that need to be retired immediately. Tape backups are the best DR solution Backup tapes are physical objects that deteriorate over […]
Your service provider, tasked with looking after your company’s IT, has kept your business up and running for the past 10 years. Unfortunately, that kind of longevity in developing continuity plans can result in some providers overlooking or underestimating certain issues.