In today’s connected society, work doesn’t start and stop in the office, and neither should your network security. As more people work remotely and use a tablet, laptop, or smartphone to work outside the office, company networks are being infected with malware from devices that are nowhere near the building and thus, aren’t protected by...
The biggest way the cloud helps declutter your office is that it allows you to get rid of paper files and the filing cabinets that house them. Many businesses keep anywhere from 1 to 10 years of files at a time, which is an incredible amount of paperwork! Many financial documents like bank statements, receipts, and invoices are easily accessible through your bank online or are already created digitally. Digitally storing documents helps you find important records and document archives more quickly.
Health IT has been a focal point for many in both the healthcare and information technology sectors for several years. With this, hospitals and clinics have begun to recognize the advantage an IT consulting firm can give them in regards to security and efficiency, two of the most important aspects of a medical practice.
With the holidays rapidly approaching, we thought it would be fitting to take some time to recognize a few major IT inventions that we are thankful for. Without these inventions, the world would not be the same. Here are a few IT inventions that revolutionized the world of business and IT. Email | 1971 Can...
Many law firms have realized that not keeping up with IT changes puts clients’ information, and the entire practice, at risk. Security is of utmost importance in today’s world, especially for organizations that handle sensitive information. That’s where IT services can help. From support to scalability, here are a few ways your law firm would benefit from having ITaaS (IT as a service.)
Strategic Systems was thrilled to attend Triangle InfoSeCon, on October 26, 2018. Hosted by the Raleigh chapter of the Internet Systems Security Association (ISSA), InfoSeCon is the premier information security conference in the Southeast. InfoSeCon aims to educate and support information security professionals so they can better protect the information trusted to them.
Each year, the Morrisville Chamber of Commerce coordinates a volunteer day for companies in the area in both the Spring and Fall. During this year’s fall service day, our teams at CEI and Strategic Systems were thoroughly excited to join in on the fun and give back to our community.
November is almost here! The leaves will are falling, and temperatures will continue to drop, we hope you have all your warm coats, gloves, and boots ready! While preparing for the cold, remember to prepare your computers and laptops, for the shift in temperature. Cold weather can damage your laptop, both permanently and temporarily. There are some tactics to help avoid this:
Out of all the data threats out there, malware attacks are one of the most common. Cyberattacks that use malware are a serious threat to everyone, from small business owners to huge corporations alike. A study from Kaspersky Lab’s investigation reported that over 100 banks across the world had been the victim of a malware attack in 2013 suffering up to $1 billion in losses. The sophistication of malware is becoming more advanced each year. Fortunately, there are several ways to ensure that you do not fall victim to a malware cyberattack. Here’s how to protect your business from malware attacks.
Protecting your data is a crucial part of ensuring the success of your company. Having your data compromised, whether it be through hacking or ransomware, can devastate any business, costing you large sums of money and jeopardize your business. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to protect your data that can help minimize the chances of digital threats harming your company. Here are the best ways business can protect their data.