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Ready to Reopen Your Office Successfully? Here’s How Ciracom Cloud Can Help.

Take a deeper dive with Ciracom Cloud into considering what industry-best practices we can help you implement while you reopen. This will assure success with your employees, your customers, and more.
Amy Rutt, November 23, 2021

Let’s go over why this matters, and why—if you haven’t done so yet—you need to add your organization’s PCs to that number.

Ever since Windows 10 debuted in July of 2015, it has slowly risen in its market share. This has continued throughout the tumultuous times that 2020 has provided, as the OS has now reached a market share of 72.2 percent as of October.
Mleate Asmare, November 19, 2021

As serious as they are, cyberattacks aren’t always given the most serious-sounding names.

We are, of course, referring to “phishing”: the manipulation of the user, rather than of a computer system, to gain access to data. Phishing can come in many forms, with some—like phishing someone via SMS message—doubling down on the silliness of the name. Let’s examine this variety, and why “smishing” is not something to trifle with.
Amy Rutt, November 19, 2021

Have you updated your Google Chrome?

We realize that it’s one thing for us to tell you how important it is to update your software. After all, we’re tech guys, so we worry about that kind of thing all the time. Hopefully, it’s quite another matter when Homeland Security does it, which is why we’re really hoping that you take heed of this warning and update Google Chrome.
Mleate Asmare, November 19, 2021

Let’s examine how consumers are taking their data into their own hands and what this means for your business.

While this time of year is always huge for online retail, there is likely to be a much larger number of people turning to the Internet for their holiday purchases than usual… and, it would seem, a larger number of people taking security into consideration as they do so. Let’s examine how consumers are taking their data into their own hands and what this means for your business.
Amy Rutt, November 19, 2021

With technology, the process typically starts with identifying a problem, researching solutions, and finding one that will successfully work to solve the problem.

Traditionally, when dealing with technology, a company would procure the hardware and hire technicians to implement the solution and deploy the services needed. If they had to borrow money to do it, they would because the profits would presumably be more than the payments even with banks tacking on interest. Today, there is a better way, it’s called Software-as-a-Service
Mleate Asmare, November 19, 2021

With the average person spending about two hours and 24 minutes on social media and messaging applications per day, this makes social media a clear opportunity for any sized business to embrace.

Nowadays, social media companies have a lot of power and influence, which is part of the reason that so many of today’s largest businesses have adopted social media as a critical promotional tool. With the average person spending about two hours and 24 minutes on social media and messaging applications per day, this makes social media a clear opportunity for any sized business to embrace. Let’s consider a few ways this can be accomplished for these different businesses.
Amy Rutt, November 19, 2021

Avoiding phishing requires you to be able to spot them, so let’s go over the different varieties of phishing that can be encountered.

Despite the name being mildly amusing, phishing attacks are no laughing matter. These scams, in all their different forms, wreak havoc on businesses—ranking as the top breach threat in the 2020 edition of Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report, and successfully impacting 65 percent of United States organizations in 2019 as reported by Proofpoint’s 2020 State of the Phish Report.
Mleate Asmare, November 19, 2021

Today, we thought that we would take a look at five cool tech gadgets and services that won’t break the bank, but will also be a cool addition under the tree or for your secret santa.

The strangest year in our lives is coming to a close and the holidays figure to be just as strange. With the COVID-19 pandemic still roaring away, there probably won’t be a lot of the events that are typical this time of year. That doesn’t have to ruin the time of year, however.
Amy Rutt, November 19, 2021

Quick, off the top of your head, how many network switches are in use at your office? How many wireless access points? How many routers are past their warranty or no longer getting support?

Documenting your entire IT infrastructure saves you a ton of time and hassle later. It can help with insurance, it can help simply keep track of everything you are supposed to be keeping secure, and it can help prevent you from buying something you don’t need.
Amy Rutt, November 05, 2021

When was your critical business technology last updated?

When was your critical business technology last updated? When do your software licenses expire? When did your printer last have any maintenance performed on it? If you’re unsure of the answers to these questions, you need to have a better handle on your IT inventory. Let’s go over why, and how we can help.
Mleate Asmare, November 05, 2021

For all the attention that we (and many others) give to cybercrime, people are still falling victim to hacks and scams every day.

With most businesses operating more in the digital sphere than ever before, it stands to reason that they need to do more to keep from being a victim of a data breach or worse. Here are six things your business should do to keep from being a victim of a cyberattack.
Amy Rutt, November 05, 2021

Today, we thought we would talk a little bit about AI for small business and how it works to help increase business productivity.

The small business owner is always looking for a way to either cut costs or to get more value out of their technology. Today, many businesses are looking to automated tools fueled by AI to do just that.
Mleate Asmare, November 05, 2021

2020 is not a normal year.

In 2020, Christmas’ good cheer is not immune to the realities of a global pandemic. While with a vaccine on the way, there is some hope that a return to normal is on the horizon, it doesn’t take the chill out of knowing that 2020’s trials and tribulations continue. Today, we thought that we would look back on 2020’s small business IT trends and try to forecast how they will affect small businesses in 2021.  
Amy Rutt, November 05, 2021

Net neutrality is the notion that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) must treat all Internet communications equally.

In 2017, the Federal Communications Commission voted, three votes to two, to repeal the Net Neutrality rules that were implemented by the same regulatory body just two years prior. Today, with a new administration being sworn in in less than a month, we thought we’d revisit the net neutrality rules and see where we stand at present. 
Mleate Asmare, November 05, 2021

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