What Backup and Disaster Recovery Resources Do You Really Need?

Not sure what backup & disaster recovery resources are necessary to keep your organization protected? This blog outlines 3 ways to determine the tools and services best suited to your business. 

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How to Get the Most out of Microsoft 365

Want to make sure you're getting the most out of your Microsoft 365 subscription? Here are a few tips and tricks to improve your experience with Microsoft 365 including SharePoint, Teams and OneDrive.

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CyberSecurity Best Practices

There is no better time to make sure you and your staff are prepared to deal with cybersecurity threats.  Here are 7 security best practices to make sure your organization has the basics of cyber-hygiene covered:

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Creating Your Disaster Recovery Action Plan | Tripwire

*As featured on - March 1, 2022

Perhaps Disaster Recovery (DR) isn’t one of the hot terms like the Internet of Things (IoT) or Hybrid Cloud, but I would argue that re-examining your DR plan now might be one of the most important IT management initiatives on which you can focus your energy.
Think about it. How much has the world changed in the past two years? Most people used to think about disasters as typical IT incidents such as system failure, ransomware incidents, or power outages. While these are still critical disasters to plan around, the pandemic brought a shift to increased decentralization of technology and people, changing the way we work, the security landscape, and how we define and respond to a disaster. Now our disaster recovery plans need to be broader and more comprehensive than ever before. 
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APIs: What they are, the benefits & why security is a worry (Guest Blog)

What in the world is an API?

If you use a travel app (e.g., Expedia) to find what different airlines are flying to your destination, or if you’ve seen Google Maps embedded on a site, then you’ve interacted with an API.

An Application Programming Interface (API) is a set of operations that allows applications to access data and interact with external software components.

An API delivers the user’s action to a system, then sends the system’s reply to that user. When someone clicks “Add to Cart,” the API tells the site that a product was added, the site puts the product in the cart, and the cart gets updated.

We use APIs all the time but most of us never think about them at all. They greatly expand the services that a site or app can render. This service expansion is made possible by developers of both the APIs and the sites that use them. Many site developers don’t need to create APIs – they just need to use the APIs that are made available by whatever product or service is being used.

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5 Popular Cyber-Attacks, How to Spot Them & What You Can Do

Learn the surefire signs of the five most common types of cyber-attacks and how you can fight back to protect yourself and your business.

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Understanding the Different Types of Data Backups

In this blog, we'll review some general types of data backups so that as you continue to change the way you work with data, you can be comfortable that your data is protected from loss. We’ll also discuss some other considerations about each of these types of backups.

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How to Build Your Human Firewall for Rock Solid Cybersecurity

The concept of the “Human Firewall” is essentially the people aspect of cybersecurity. While spam filters can block many of the threatening emails you receive, and strong endpoint detection solutions can help stop malware attacks in progress, at the end of the day your security’s greatest strength or biggest vulnerability is the people behind it.

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Spotlight on Cybersecurity Awareness Month – Cyber First!

The last week of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, focuses on putting Cybersecurity First. That means embedding it into your business plan and making it a part of your operation… not an afterthought.


Many people get excited about the benefits of things like replacing old computers or enabling staff to work from home while ignoring the potential security concerns of making these changes. We want to try to shift that mindset to incorporating security into your business so that it’s ingrained in your operation.


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Spotlight on Cybersecurity Awareness Month – Cybersecurity Career Awareness

One of the biggest challenges in the U.S. is the limited amount of talent available to protect our technology systems. However, careers in cybersecurity can be extremely rewarding both personally and financially.


Week 3 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month focuses on career opportunities in the Cybersecurity space.

The topic of careers in Cybersecurity is an important one. One of the biggest challenges the United States faces is the limited amount of talent available to protect our technology systems and infrastructure.

Why is the lack of talent such a challenge? With all of the innovation in the technology space, devices and apps changing our lives, and our undivided attention towards them, you would think that we would have a generation of people ready to protect our data…and there are. However, while many people are discovering cybersecurity to be financially and personally rewarding as a career, we are still short of where we need to be.

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