Without thinking twice, people take reasonable measures to protect themselves and their belongings. For example, we lock the door when we leave the house, we put lock codes on our phones, and our internet is password protected. When it comes to online privacy and security, people tend to think of things like password stealing, unwanted phone calls, and email phishing scams. While these are valid threats to be aware of, there is another danger that often goes unnoticed. Old printers.
88% of small business owners felt that they were vulnerable to cyberattacks, according to a survey from the U.S. Small Business Administration. Although we may not think about cybersecurity nearly as much as we should, cyber threats are everywhere. We see them in our emails, we try to ignore them in our spam texts, and you can be sure that these viruses are trying to infiltrate businesses worldwide.
It can be a pain to have to locate a single document within stacks and stacks of files, which is why so many businesses have turned to digitizing all of their files into a convenient storage system. But even then, if you aren’t taking advantage of document indexing, it can still be tedious to try to find important documents on a computer.
Thankfully, the rise of stronger digital document solutions has made it easier than ever to find your most important documents in an instant. Here’s everything you need to know about document indexing and why you should be using it.
In today’s digital landscape, having all of our documents stored as digital files is both more efficient and highly convenient. But that can also lead to private information becoming more susceptible to viruses and hackers, causing corrupted files and stolen data. Businesses all over need stronger solutions to ensure that their files stay secure. This is where document security can play a critical role.
In the aftermath of Covid-19, workforces worldwide have changed seemingly overnight. Businesses needed to quickly adapt to the idea of having a hybrid team, with a greater number of people working from home than ever before. This meant needing to come up with better software to accommodate the rapidly growing amount of remote workers, and with this, better software has been rolling out to rise to this challenge.
In a recent blog post, we told you what a business continuity plan is and why you need one. Today, we'll take that advice even further by showing you the one tool that can make it all happen: cloud services.
Managed IT services solutions come in many shapes and sizes, so how do you know the quality managed services from the not-so-great options? Let's take a look at a few key elements that truly define the managed IT experience.
What Are Managed Services?
Before we get into the details, let's take a quick look at the basics.
Many business solutions are designed to solve a single problem at a time. That's great--but wouldn't you prefer a single solution that could solve multiple problems? Believe it or not, it's possible--and managed IT services are here to prove it.
No one wants to spend too much time thinking about worst-case scenarios. After all, you'd probably rather consider all the ways your business could grow and thrive. Unfortunately, the truth is that preparing for the worst is sometimes the best thing you can do for your company--and that's where a business continuity plan comes in.
LEXINGTON, Ky., March 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Lexmark, a global technology solutions leader, announced today it has been named a leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Cloud MPS Hardcopy 2022 Vendor Assessment (Doc # US47337721, January 2022).