Our NerdBox is the Nerds On Site appliance that suits a typical SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) of any sector as a behind-the-scenes technology that facilitates core essential services that every SME needs. IT administrators who have been through historical IT infrastructure cycles, sometimes tend to have comfort in the old way of doing IT.…
With thousands of clients around the world whose virtual existence we support and maintain, we sometimes get asked “Why WordPress?” when it comes to a Content Management System (CMS). In some people’s minds, it is still just software for blogging. Let me explain why it’s a feature-rich CMS that is usually the best choice for…
Forbes magazine recently put together an article detailing Jeff Bezos’s (Amazon CEO) leadership lessons. Here are the first five. The rest can be found here.
Network-Attached Storage devices are very useful and provide a centralized, redundant location for any type of files your staff can access from any computer on the network.
In a recent episode of the podcast Windows Weekly, There was a discussion about whether Windows 8 will target consumer or business clients, and all three hosts seemed to agree that it will target consumers and businesses in the years to come, once things are improved and fine-tuned.
As the Mac becomes more more and more popular, it becomes more of a target for hackers and other threats. That said, Windows is much more likely to be attacked, but as the saying goes – if you don’t have something to tell you your system is infected, how do you know? You won’t. So it’s best to have an antivirus for your Mac for peace of mind, if nothing else.
Data loss is inevitable. Hard drives will fail, it’s just a matter of when. That’s not meant to instill fear in the hearts of many, but rather serve as a reminder that having reliable and current copies of your data is an absolute must!
“Stuxnet took the world by storm two years ago. The worm was different from previous viruses: it wasn’t designed to steal money, identities, or passwords. Instead, the malware targeted the controls at industrial facilities such as power plants, inspiring talk of a top secret, government-sponsored cyberwar.” -excerpt from CNET article
If you own and operate a small business, lowering costs is an important part of keeping your company in the black. Cutting costs on your IT budget could inadvertently compromise your company’s security. Even though small businesses may not have all of the resources that large corporations do, they are still just as vulnerable to the same security threats. Here are ways to help secure your small business: