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Protect your business data in the cloud

Despite its enhanced security features, cloud computing isn’t 100% safe from data breaches. A small- or medium-sized business still needs to be proactive in making sure their data is secure in the cloud. The following tips will help tighten cloud data security.

How to prevent ransomware attacks

Ransomware is flourishing as hackers turn to more sophisticated and harder-to-prevent means of monetizing cyberattacks. For organizations that fall victim to ransomware attacks, the consequences can be devastating — these can cripple or paralyze entire operations and cost thousands of dollars in damages and lost revenue.

What are security audits and why do you need them?

Nowadays, it’s more prudent to assume that your business will face a cyberattack in the near future, rather than be complacent and hope for the best. One of the best ways to ensure that your organization has the capability to weather or resist a cyberattack is by conducting a security audit.

5 Tips to lower your printing costs

Your growing printing expenditures may be the result of overdependence on paper files, the lack of an effective printing workflow, or obsolete printers. With some fresh ideas, clever problem-solving, and the following tips, you could significantly cut down your printing budget.

SaaS vs. PaaS vs. IaaS: Which is the right cloud service for you?

Cloud computing has become a staple in business strategy and IT architecture over the past years. It provides the simplest and quickest access to myriad hardware and software over the internet. Compared to traditional on-premises infrastructures, cloud-based solutions such as SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS offer a host of benefits.

The best data backup solutions for your business

Data is valuable to business, so it’s bizarre that some companies don’t have a proper data backup strategy in place. Organizations of all sizes — including yours — need to be proactive when backing up their data. Here are four of the best backup solutions in the market for your consideration.

Better internet security: Easy as 1, 2, 3

The internet is not such a bad place to be in — for as long as website owners do their share in keeping it safe for their visitors. Here are three tips to do exactly just that.

Tip 1: Use HTTPS

Short for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure, HTTPS indicates that a website has an extra layer of security for its users.

Setting up a small-business network: A checklist

Businesses today simply can’t do without a computer network. By connecting several devices together — including computers, printers, and other Internet of Things (IoT) devices — it’s easier to share data and information as well as other resources.