Network Security can seem like a daunting task with all the new threats that continually pop-up. When you think you’ve got your bases covered, something new comes along and changes the game. These five network security options will give your business the base level of protection you need. Educate Employees Employees are the last line of defense in your network security and are the most overlooked aspect of keeping your system protected. Most employees are unaware of ransomware and the threat it poses to businesses. With the dangers out there, …
Let’s be honest. We all know someone at work (*cough* ourselves *cough*) who doesn’t always practice what the IT person preaches when it comes to security. All of those methods your IT person harps about are especially important to start adhering to with the new Ransomware schemes that are out there.
We set out to see what Networks Unlimited has done in the past and came back with some pretty amazing statistics. Some were easy to configure, such as the number of team members we’ve got in our office (25), and the number of years we’ve done business in the area (15).
Your server is one of the largest investments your business makes and is necessary to daily operations. Because of this, it is in the best interest of your business to keep it safe and optimally working; the first place to start is setting up your server’s home.
What is the difference between imaging and backups? For small business, both are important to securing data.
As you begin to mentally prepare yourself for the commitment you are about to make to your New Years’ resolutions, consider penciling in a few resolutions for your technology while you’re at it!