Most of us have suffered the horrors of a computer virus at some point, and we know the damage that can be caused by these security infections. Our work gets disrupted as IT systems go down and, if we’re really unlucky, sensitive and valuable data might be lost or even leaked.
In today’s digital world, social media has become a vital tool that effectively helps accelerate business development and the relationship-building process between different organizations. And with solid communication being at the core of business development, let’s take a look at how social media can help drive partnering processes for the better.
Any business can become the victim of security breaches on a mass scale, as shown by the debacle which recently eclipsed Sony and forced it to temporarily cancel the release of blockbuster movie The Interview. Beneath the dramatic headlines are lessons for small business owners everywhere in how simple errors in IT security management can have grave consequences.
There are many essential pieces of software needed to keep the modern business running, with one of the most important being the antivirus scanner. These programs are a major component in keeping your systems and computers secure from the various Internet-based threats.
Take some time and research how companies are hacked and you will quickly come to realize that there are a wide variety of methods at a hackers disposal. One of the increasingly common, and effective strategies being employed is spear phishing. In early December 2014, a new spear phishing attack was uncovered, one that has proven to be quite effective against large businesses, and could possibly target small companies as well.
With a Disaster Recovery Plan and Business Continuity Plan, businesses need to ensure that a proper data and system backup solution is in place. There are many different ways to implement a backup solution, with one of the most common being online or cloud-based backup.
Social media has come to play a large part in the content marketing campaigns of many businesses. While creating a solid presence can be beneficial for businesses, owners often struggle to get their content shared. There are many reasons why, but here are four main ones that you should be aware of and what you can do about them.
The end of the year can be a stressful time for all. Businesses are busy preparing to finish the year and are usually tied up planning for the year ahead. This often means looking for new, yet affordable, business systems that can make tasks and business operations easier.
Social networks have become a large part of modern communications and it is not uncommon for users to log onto sites on a daily basis. Networks like Facebook are so popular that some business owners and managers are concerned about how much valuable work time is spent on the site.
While there are many different types of malware out there, the good news is that with many threats we know where they come from and their purpose. Recently, news broke of a new form of malware called Regin that is causing quite a stir in the security community, largely because it’s tough to deal with and not much is actually known about it.