What We Do
It’s not a matter of IF disaster will strike — it’s just a matter of when. To put it bluntly, If you aren’t backing up your data on a regular basis — you probably shouldn’t have a computer. There are countless horror stories of companies who went out of business after losing their critical data. Some information cannot be replaced at any cost.
Chances are you’ve arrived here looking for some help with your technology. You don’t know how to describe the problem in technical terms — you just know how it affects you. If any of these sound familiar then we can likely help! If they don’t sound familiar — take comfort in knowing you don’t have the same problems as other small businesses.
The biggest risk to your IT system beyond your control, is Cyber Attack. The bad guys are usually one step ahead of our best protection. It’s not possible for any busy owner to keep up with technology. But there are things that can be done to minimize your risk and exposure.
It’s not enough to have a firewall and good antivirus protection anymore. We all need layers of protection to protect the keys to our digital kingdoms.
If you are tech savvy and on a tight budget, you may have never considered hiring a consultant. But there comes a time for almost everyone, when the work at hand exceeds our expertise level. We all need help at times – especially with technology. In part, because it changes so fast.
It’s important to recognize when it takes more expertise or more time than you have available. That’s when a professional IT consultant can be a great investment.
“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ― Benjamin Franklin
Unfortunately for small business, time to plan is hard to find. Looking at most small businesses and their technology, we usually see a mix of equipment and software that was purchased at the time because it was needed. Not because it was the right tool for the job and fit into an overall plan that could really benefit the business.
Critical Tech Tips
Keeping your systems up to date is the first line of protection against problems and attacks. Make sure updates to all programs and software are installed promptly.
Two Factor Authentication
Use two factor authentication whenever it’s available. Sometimes referred to as multi-factor authentication
Every password should be unique for that logon. Get and use a Password Manager for all passwords.
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