By 2020, global IoT devices are expected to reach an astounding 212 billion devices, according to analyst firm IDC. However, with opportunity comes risk.
Municipalities and the utility companies they work with, stand to gain substantially from implementing IoT. Urban population, climate change, and environmental regulations all demand significant changes.
There is no doubt that every organization needs to implement better measures. Here’s the hang-up – the high demand for IT talent isn’t keeping pace with the supply.
Prioritizing technological needs, problem-solving, and foreseeing roadblocks can turn into a massive undertaking for any business. Simplify as many processes as possible through IT management.
Technology is changing rapidly, keeping most businesses on their toes when it comes to employees, security, and policies. It’s important to make sure the measures your team has in place are working efficiently.
Nearly half of all small businesses in the U.S. suffered an attack in the past year, and of that 44 % had two to four. With the risks so high, it only makes sense for SMBs to consider a more in-depth approach to security.
Infrastructure isn’t usually the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions cybersecurity, but it definitely should be. In such a connected world, it is becoming easier for hackers to cause a lot of damage to critical infrastructure.
For SMBs in particular, the cloud gives businesses access to services and capabilities that otherwise would be beyond their means. Let’s take a look at the different benefits these applications offer.
Malware and data breaches are in the news every day. With hackers attacking every 39 seconds and 65% of those attacks aimed at small or medium sized businesses, cybersecurity is something no business can risk ignoring.
How do you see your technology needs growing? Everyone would agree that they see their business using newer and better technology in the future, but many don’t exactly have a plan for this general goal.
Just as technology is constantly evolving, cybercriminals are becoming more and more sophisticated. It doesn’t matter how much security an organization has, any keeper of sensitive or personal information is at risk of stolen or compromised data.
Technology. Too often it’s the bane of our existence, but let’s be honest, businesses simply cannot function without it. Not everyone can be an IT expert, which is why many small organizations find themselves struggling to stay current and maintain their technology.
It seems there is an innovation every year. The latest is the development of 5G, the fifth generation of mobile communication networks. Faster speed, shorter delays, and increased connectivity will become a reality.
It’s likely you’ve already heard the term IoT, or Internet of Things, being tossed around by thought leaders and technology buffs. With tech becoming such a huge part of our everyday lives, it is no wonder. But what exactly does it mean and why is it important to businesses today?
Password: a word that conjures frustration and annoyance. Whether we can’t remember them or can’t come up with ideas for new ones, passwords are surprisingly difficult for most people. Take a breath and get ready to follow these easy steps.
Malware. We hear about it all the time: it can cost businesses hundreds of thousands, and yet there seems to be a lack of understanding of what this malicious software is and what it can do. What are the different types of malware and how do we protect against it?
43% of American employees spent some time working remotely. Whether an organization already has remote workers or is looking to allow the option, businesses often need to overcome several obstacles to create a successful remote work situation.
Every municipality has valuable information that could be compromised without the right precautions in place. While the concept of safeguarding information is daunting, following these simple guidelines helps minimize the risks.
An overwhelming number of applications allow employees and clients to communicate in new ways. However, no matter how many communication platforms they develop, email will likely dominate for years to come in organizations of all sizes.