Tech support can be great to have, but it can also be a pain, especially if your provider only comes around when something breaks. It's time-consuming to both explain the problem and get it fixed, not to mention it's costly. But that's just the way IT works, right?
Much of what we know about creating passwords comes from a document created in 2003 by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). This document taught us the now-familiar rules about passwords: they should be 6-8 characters in length and should contain a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols. But 14 years later, in 2017, NIST decided that many of these guidelines were outdated, and published a new standard on password security. Is your password still safe to use?
Businesses of all sizes have embraced cloud computing as a way to manage their data. Working on the cloud offers some big advantages, but it is not the best option for every business. So, how do you decide if the cloud is right for you?
It’s easy to believe that cybersecurity attacks only happen to giant corporations, but in truth, companies of all sizes are affected by computer security threats every day. These attacks are expensive, both in terms of their actual cost and their impact on reputation.