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, …
People are always looking for a one-size-fits-all approach to their technology security needs. While some companies might provide that, we do things a little differently. We like to have a conversation with organizations to determine what they do, how they use technology, how much data they store, what kind of data they store, and what their biggest concerns are, just to name a few. An in-depth conversation gives us a larger picture of the customer’s wants, needs, and budgetary constraints and helps us determine the best solution for that business. …
Martelle Daniels graduated from the University of Denver, College of Law in 1983, thus beginning her career in the field of law. Growing up, she was always interested in politics and government. In 1987, she was appointed as Magistrate for the 21st Judicial District. During her tenure, she was named to the Child Support Commission and helped create the current child support guidelines and legislation. In 1994, Martelle hung up her Magistrate robe and ventured into private practice. She opened Daniels Law Group in 2005 and specializes in dissolution of …
You might have seen a new folder pop up in your Office 365 for Business Outlook account recently, the Clutter folder. Microsoft created this folder to help your daily workflow. It helps by moving lower priority messages from your Inbox to the Clutter folder automatically. Clutter determines if a message is “low priority” by analyzing your email habits and past behavior on messages you’ll most likely ignore.
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).
One of the biggest misconceptions about Networks Unlimited, is that it is only for the “big guys”. In fact, our average customer is around 15-20 employees in size. No matter if your business tops well over 100 employees or it is just you, Networks Unlimited is your solution for all things technology related. We work with health care facilities, retail, manufacturing, legal offices, dental offices, financial institutions and many other types of business big and small.
Rules allow you to set custom actions depending on parameters you set for incoming and outgoing emails. This is not a widely known feature but it can be a powerful communication tool.
Many small businesses are finding benefits in using managed services because they can “grow as they go.” Managed Services offer businesses flexibility and scalability to fit their specific organizations
In 2013, over 8,000,000 emails passed through our inbound email filters, saving our customers $67,132 in downtime and malware cleanup. Do you have email filtering for your business?
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!
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