Don’t allow Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)? Yes, you do.

Don’t allow Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)? Yes, you do.   It is most likely your company allows some or all your employees to use their own devices in lieu of work-issued laptops, tablets and mobile devices. There is almost no way to enforce a no-BYOD policy outside office walls. Inevitably, someone will receive a

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Don’t mess with Nature: Protecting your business from natural disaster

While your first priority may be keeping your employees and customers safe, keeping your business running during a disaster should be on your mind as well.

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Don’t Take A Recess From Business Continuity: Protect Your Law Firm

More law firms are going paperless, investing in practice management software, and moving to the cloud. With tech on the rise, law firms can be more productive. But when client data is digital, it’s at risk. Learn how you can keep your firm safe from downtime.

Salesforce Lightening Editions – Which one is Yours?

Salesforce Lightening Editions are revolutionary solutions – from small to enterprise level businesses – to improve functionality and boost revenues. Salesforce offers different tiers for its Sales Cloud and Service Cloud products, with lower tier services expanding on the higher tier services. Finding which of these packages is right for your business can be a

Cyber Threats keep Hospital CEOs Awake at Night

Cyber threats of data breach, malware and fraudulent activities are cross-cutting. Practically, no business of any type can claim to be on a safe list. Nevertheless, organizations that handle or process personal data are exclusive targets of cyber crime. In a recent interview with Information Security Media Group, Fernando Martinez, Senior Vice President and Chief Digital

Hackers Find Their Way into MyFitnessPal

On March 29th an email went out to 150 million users of MyFitnessPal notifying them of a data breach compromising user names, email addresses and hashed passwords. While the company authorities started investigating the breach with assistance from leading data security firms, the users were urged to change their passwords and monitor any suspicious activity