The Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSFIC) has detected multiple cyberattacks on on-premises versions of the Microsoft Exchange Server. The threat actor known as Hafnium originates from China but operates within the US. The cloud Exchange Servers are not vulnerable to this attack.
Do your homework: 3 things to do when looking for an MSPThinking of hiring a Managed Service Provider, but not sure how to go about it? Here are a few things to do before you zero in on one.Figure out what you have alreadyThe first step in a good plan is to figure out where you stand currently.
5 Lesser known benefits of choosing the co-managed IT modelEven companies with IT staff on their payroll can’t deny having an MSP onboard offers benefits that exceed what they get from having just an in-house team. This blog explore 5 lesser known reasons why the co-managed IT model is popular.
Four reasons to opt for the co-managed IT services modelCo-managed IT services model is one in which the business has its own IT team, but still contracts with an external managed services provider for certain services. In this blog we discuss four benefits of a co-managed IT services model.
Best practices for data safety in a remote work environmentDo you have staff working from home? Of late, due to the Coronavirus crisis a lot of businesses shifted to the remote working environment. While it raises some data security concerns, they can be overcome by following a few best practices.
How safe is your data when your staff works from home?The Coronavirus crisis has changed the world as we know it. With social distancing, lockdowns and work from home becoming the new normal, cyber criminals are exploiting the situation to their gains. This whitepaper discusses how the cyber crime landscape is likely to shape up in the post-pandemic world and how businesses can safeguard themselves against it.
4 things to do to ensure your business continuity planning is a successWorking on creating a contingency plan for your business? That’s great! Here are 4 things you need to consider when preparing your new business continuity plan.Audit of your business continuity planHaving a business continuity plan alone is not enough.
What are the essentials of a business continuity plan?An unexpected emergency can wipe out your business! A business continuity plan can help it survive. But, what should a good business continuity plan cover? Read this blog to find out.A list of your key contactsOne of the most important elements in your business continuity plan is a list of all your important contacts who should be informed of the disaster.
3 Reasons to prepare a business continuity plan if you haven’t done so alreadyA business continuity plan is the blueprint you need during an emergency to keep your business running smoothly. If you don’t already have one, here are 3 key reasons why you should focus on creating one ASAP.It helps retain clientsAs a business, if you have problems functioning, it will definitely affect your clients.
Business continuity planning: A must-have, not a luxuryBusiness continuity planning is not an alien concept anymore. In recent times we have witnessed a lot of events that only serve to further intensify the need for business continuity planning. Examples include natural calamities like hurricanes, floods, wildfires, events like terror attacks or even pandemics like the recent Covid-19 outbreak.