In a lot of these blog articles on security I always say you need to keep your software up to date. But what happens when that so called update is ransomware? This is the nightmare caused by an emerging cybersecurity threat called Big Head. Continue reading
With the year coming to a close, now is the perfect time to plan for the future. Most businesses begin the year with the hope of growing and improving operations and much of how a business operates depends on technology. Thus it makes sense to look to your IT for areas of improvement. Continue reading
With new cyber risks, more remote workers, and technology evolving rapidly, IT can be a lot for a small business owner to manage. Yet falling behind can:
- Hurt your competitive advantage;
- Slow business processes;
- Hinder innovation;
- Frustrate customers;
- Undercut employee engagement efforts;
- Risk your compliance;
- Lead to damaging data breach or other downtime;
Yet there is just so much IT! It’s difficult to keep up with it all.
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As a business owner you know the importance of planning and strategy. Without it, you have no aims, no goals, and in reality no direction.
While you probably spend a lot of time working on your strategy every month, quarter, or year, how much of that time is actually spent on your business’s IT strategy? Continue reading
Many of us are in locations that are starting to relax restrictions but there is a potential sequel that no one wants – COVID: The Second Wave. Despite the lack of interest, we could potentially face another coronavirus pandemic. Most experts predict things will get bad again later this year. At least business can plan ahead and revisit their continuity plans. Continue reading
How many seats are there at your C-suite table? A small business might have only a CEO. A mid-sized one may add another one or two C’s – COO? CFO? CMO? But you do not have to be enterprise-sized to benefits from a Chief Information Officer’s (CIO) knowledge. Virtual CIOs help businesses of all sizes create a technology strategy to meet business goals. Continue reading