A Custom Approach to Website Development

There are many reasons you might want to consider outsourcing your business’s website development. Partnering with a web development company can save you time and money and help you create a custom-tailored website that fits your unique business needs. Unfortunately, it can be challenging to find a technology company that can do it all: managed services, software development, and full-stack web development.

Our Approach to Software Development

Software development can be done in-house, but it doesn’t have to be. An easy way to free up your team’s time is to outsource some of the tedium of software development so that they can focus on the things that move the needle. Not every technology company has the ability, staff, and resources needed for consistent and agile software development. Your ideal

Cybersecurity 101: Monitor, Protect & Fix

Cybersecurity 101: Monitor, Protect & Fix If there’s one thing that 2020 made apparent, it’s that cybersecurity is an ongoing process. With work from home becoming the new norm, keeping your company’s data and systems safe is more challenging than ever. It’s not just about setting up your defenses and letting fate run its course. A successful and effective cybersecurity strategy includes

Managed Services

Managed Services Life can get insanely busy. The last thing you need to worry about is how your business’s IT is holding up. Are you on a tight budget? Are you aware of the potential cybersecurity threats to your infrastructure? Is your telephone system up to date? What about system hardware and software upgrades? This is where full coverage managed services come

Reasons We’re Thankful in 2020

I think we can agree that 2020 has been A Year. We’ve all been faced with a lot of uncertainty and challenges this year. Many companies had to adapt to a new way of doing business. We did, too! While some of our team members were already working remotely at least part of the time, sending our whole staff home to work

6 Reasons You Need Managed Services

If you’ve had to make changes in the way you do business over the past several months, you’re not alone. We’ve entered into a new era for commerce, with companies embracing technology at a record pace. Interruptions in the supply chain, remote work, increased cybercrime – all of these factors are significant considerations for businesses of every size. For the small and midsize

Protecting Your Business From Cybercrime: Dark Web Monitoring

How big is the Internet? It’s a lot bigger than you probably imagine, with an estimated page count of more than five billion pages (this estimate changes daily). At most, the average user accesses a fraction of these pages, about 4%. Typically this is from navigation on Google, Facebook, Amazon, and news sites. Beyond that, however, is a whole world of sites

Protecting Your Business From Cybercrime: Virtual Office Security Assessments

A few months (yes, MONTHS) ago, we discussed going remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the beginning we expected remote work to be short-lived… maybe a couple of weeks at the most. Well, here we are, several months into it, and many of us are still in a Work From Home (WFH) or Work From Anywhere (WFA) situation. Like it or

LT Reviews – Software To Build Your Company’s Online Ratings

With all the uncertainty that 2020 has brought, consumers are spending increasing amounts of time online. Online shopping has become the norm for many people even as businesses and restaurants have reopened. Even grocery shopping has changed, with many purchasing online and having their groceries delivered instead of venturing out themselves. But with this marked growth in online shopping, one thing has

Reassessing Your Business Continuity Plan During a Pandemic

Business continuity plans are typically put into action in response to an internal emergency like a ransomware attack or physical facility damage. In some cases, a significant weather event, such as a hurricane, can trigger plan activation for multiple organizations at once. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, interrupted business processes for companies everywhere. We’ve already been through several months of unusual circumstances, and

Can Your Business Adapt to Long-Term Remote Work?

It’s something of an understatement to say that 2020 has been a challenging year. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed virtually every facet of daily life. Now that we’re halfway through the year, however, many businesses are moving toward reopening and bringing staff together again. Up to 62% of Americans worked at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. If your staff was among that

Using Two Factor Authentication to Secure Your Business

A lot of business continuity plans have been put to the test over the past few months. Chances are, you’ve found potential weak spots in your company’s IT environment, particularly in your software and network infrastructure. Make no mistake, cybercriminals are working overtime to take advantage of vulnerabilities wherever they find them. One common vulnerability relates to passwords and employee access to

eCommerce in Times of Uncertainty

With the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down major events and shuttering businesses all over the world, how will you continue to conduct business? Regardless whether your company is considered an essential business or not, you will have to adapt to an ever-changing marketplace during this challenging time. The use of eCommerce can help many businesses remain operational and reach their customers. If your

How to Sanitize Your Phone, Laptop, and Other Digital Devices

In recent weeks, you’ve probably become more aware of how easy it is to pick up and spread germs over the course of your daily activities. Proper handwashing methods are having their moment in the spotlight, prompting many to ask, “what else can I sing besides ‘Happy Birthday’ twice?” As expected, the Internet did not disappoint, and now you have numerous choices

Effective Cyber Security Training

“Well, there’s a sign upon your door Gone phishin’ You ain’t workin’ anymore…” (with apologies to Bing and Satchmo) When it comes to compromising data security, cybercriminals have a vast selection of tools at their disposal. Their most effective tool, however, is the one that exploits your weakest link – your employees. Phishing attacks account for up to 90% of data breaches,

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