Newsletter Archive 2017
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The Security Benefits of Managed Service Providers for SMBs
As technology advances, so too does the sophistication and prevalence of cyber threats to companies around the world. A recent study by Webroot found that many businesses aren’t prepared to combat cyberattacks, particularly small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
It can be easy for already overstretched SMBs to focus on immediate concerns or overlook the need to address the security of their technology. However, it is dangerous to think that your business is too small or your annual revenues aren’t significant enough to attract hackers. Not addressing the security of your technology makes you an easy target for professional and novice hackers alike, leaving your company more vulnerable to a cyberattack.
To address the necessity of strict cybersecurity, many SMBs turn to managed services providers (MSPs). Outsourcing this task makes sense for SMBs specifically, as they oftentimes lack the time and internal resources essential to sufficie…
Morning Habits that Can Give You an Edge
Successful people—from presidents and CEOs, to athletes and organized parents—have one thing in common: they use mornings to their advantage. The dawn of a new day brings with it an abundance of willpower, motivation, and focus. So, why not consider the following tips to…
The Value of an MPS Assessment
Having an understanding of your print environment and its associated costs through a Managed Print Services (MPS) assessment is the first step to streamlining your fleet, maximizing efficiency, and decreasing spending by up to six percent of your annual revenue….
Think on Your Feet: Top Tips for Keeping Cool under Pressure
How do you handle a stressful situation that requires an impromptu response? Consider the following tips for keeping cool under pressure. Take a deep breath. Don’t work yourself up and let anxiety build because you don’t know the answer, and don’t feel pressured to…
Why You Should Never Eat at Your Desk Again
You need to get out of your chair for your health – Studies show that sitting for too long can shorten your life span. It increases our risks of cardiovascular disease, cancer, type 2 Diabetes, and strokes. Spending all day at our desks can also lead to anxiety and depression.