Does your company have a disaster recovery plan in place? According to FEMA, roughly 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen their doors following a disaster. You don’t have to be one of them. Here are 5 disasters your business should be prepared for.
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Data loss is something no business wants to deal with. But when disaster strikes, having a good business continuity plan in place puts the odds of recovering from a disaster greatly in your favor. Here are three ways you can start building your business continuity plan today.
Backing up your data should be part of any network security plan. It can be more complicated when you need to back up data for multiple computers connected on a large network. And that’s where the 3-2-1 data backup rule comes in. We’ll explain how it works and why you need it.
Businesses adopt VoIP technology because it offers many advantages over traditional phone systems. VoIP systems help businesses thrive, but you need to know about potential VoIP security vulnerabilities and how to protect your organization from them.
Building a network of unified communications is an art as much as a science. For sure, there’s not a one-size-fits-all approach. Instead, your unified communications system can meet the unique demands of your small business.
Managing unified communications security isn’t too different from managing any other security concern. Keep your business safe by making sure you have the right procedures in place. Consider these best practices when setting up and using your unified communications platform.
Keeping data secure is a concern for businesses in all industries, but securing electronic health records (EHR) presents a unique set of challenges. Learn the 4 top challenges and concerns when it comes to keeping EHR safe and how to address them.
Do you use the internet in your business? If so, you need a firewall no matter what you do. Let’s take a look at what it is and how it protects you from threats.
With many dangerous data breaches and cyberattacks out there, it’s more important than ever for businesses to focus on improving their Wi-Fi security.
If you aren’t actively preparing a cybersecurity defense, your business may not survive a cyberattack if one happens. Here’s what you can do to get started.
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