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What are the Differences Between IT Managed Services and Traditional IT Support?

What are the Differences Between IT Managed Services and Traditional IT Support? How organizations handle IT support is rapidly evolving. As per recent statistics, 59% of businesses have transitioned their IT services from the traditional break-fix model to managed IT services. So what’s informing this shift? Managed IT services are the new way of effectively…

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Here Are 7 Ways to Strengthen Cybersecurity in A Post-Pandemic World

Here Are 7 Ways to Strengthen Cybersecurity in A Post-Pandemic World The world changed dramatically after the COVID-19 pandemic struck. One of the most affected industries was tech, with cyberattack incidences shooting through the roof. According to reports, 2021 was one of the most challenging periods in cybersecurity. During this period, 96% of businesses reported falling…

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You Should Never Open These 4 Types of Emails

You Should Never Open These 4 Types of Emails Email remains the main entry point for most cybersecurity attacks today. According to Verizon’s Data Breach Investigations Report, 94% of malware attacks are perpetrated through malicious emails. The question is, are you aware of the form these emails take? There are four types of emails you…

PCI-DSS Compliance – What You Need to Know

For the past year, numerous organizations fought to keep their personal data protected from cyberthreats while they hurried to adapt to pandemic-focused shifts in operations and workforce. As cybercrime continues to grow more common, so does the sophistication and quantity of cyberattacks. A Statista report shows that there were over 300 million ransomware attacks in…

4 Myths You Need to Know About Data Backup

People generate 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day.[1] That’s a consequential amount of information. So, failing to adapt with the ever-changing threat landscape may wipe your share of this data instantaneously. Ransomware more than doubled in frequency in the past year, making up 10% of confirmed breaches.[2] You don’t need to panic even though…