If you haven’t yet installed the latest Windows 10 or Windows Server update, here’s something to be aware of before you do. You may not be able to update or install some …
There’s a new threat actor on the hacking world stage, going by the name “OldGremlin”, and they’re causing some serious damage to corporate networks around the world. The group’s malware campaign seems to have begun back in March of this year (2020) and for the moment, at least, is centered in Russia. Of course, it would be all too easy for the company to expand their attacks to encompass more of the world.
Cybersecurity isn’t a new topic for businesses in the 21st century. For a small or mid-sized business, it has, however, been historically challenging to justify the IT budget to create and implement an effective security stance. The following are 11 key areas that every business should plan to implement in 2020…
Would you buy a car and expect it to drive itself and never break down? Would you open a call centre without hiring anyone to answer the phone? Of course not. That’s why it is unreasonable to invest in business technology (computer hardware or software) without hiring an information technology (IT) support team to take care of it and be there to address tech-related problems as they arise.
In this article, we’ll go into everything that encompasses IT support, why businesses need it, whether it’s in-house or outsourced, and tips for how to select the best IT support for your business.
Startup and small business owners face many challenges when trying to grow their business – client dependence, insufficient staff, and balancing the need to increase sales with the desire to create quality products and services. When it comes to allocating limited funds, the lack of capital leads to making some tough decisions, and one area that they often neglect is IT support. Today’s businesses rely on IT networks and systems to conduct their daily operations. Also, more and more businesses report suffering cyber security breaches.
When it comes to office collaboration and communication tools, Microsoft Teams and Slack are the significant competitors that come to mind. Slack is best known around start-ups and digital agencies circles. It has been the first such collaboration tool of its kind, providing companies and organisations with chat and file-sharing capabilities.
Businesses are leveraging video conferencing tools more than ever before and therefore Microsoft Teams and Zoom are making headlines daily.
In this article, we’ll look at the most popular software for video conferencing on the market today: Microsoft Teams vs Zoom. Both have been making headlights due to current events around COVID-19, and we’re going to compare them to let you know their similarities and their differences so you can make a better decision on what’s best for your business.