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One of the hottest terms in technology today is “Digital Transformation”. It sounds slick, but it’s actually a very important concept that small businesses need to start thinking about, especially as our work lives have changed in the past several months.
During this webinar, we talk about what Digital Transformation means and how you can take advantage of it to achieve your organizational goals.
When employees work from home, they need access to important company files. It’s easy to look at consumer-grade, cloud file sharing solutions like Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive.
However, these applications could pose a threat to your company because company data can be spread far and wide without central oversight of what information is being shared with whom.
Watch this webinar to learn the best ways to maintain control of your company’s data in a time where a remote workforce has become the norm
Personal responsibility for security awareness must be heightened right now, so we want to talk about different kinds of scams and false information all over the Internet designed to take advantage of you.
Learn what new phishing and deep fake attempts are popping up in today’s “new normal” and how you can identify what online information is trustworthy and what is phony.
Supporting a remote workforce is not just a nice thing to offer your staff … it’s practically becoming a necessity.
The good news is there are a lot of options … so let’s review the landscape!
Watch DP Solutions pre-recorded webinar for a look at how you can create productive workspaces outside the office.
Fortunately, the National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) has created a strong structure that is free to use and provides direction for cyber-security and IT risk management planning. It’s called the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, and has five areas of focus: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover.
While no plan is perfect, using these areas as a basis is a good start.
Good IT management requires decision makers to be forward thinking. Whether it be for budgeting, security/risk management, growth, or other factors, things rarely stay the same.
With the end of 2019 upon us, it’s a great time to look at the tech trends that are just around the corner.
As the holidays approach, cyber-criminals are looking for fresh targets to go after.
While you may think of these kinds of attacks as hacking Amazon accounts or stealing credit card numbers, the reality is that you are being targeted for far more than just the purchases you make on Black Friday.
Watch this webinar for a look at how to identify and thwart Cyber-Threats during the Holidays.