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While running a small business one of the last things you want to worry about is unauthorized access to your network. Your priorities are building services and providing a better product, not locking down network structures you don’t really comprehend.
Recently we came across an article posted on InfoWorld that sparked our interests. The post discussed the common perception that certain mobile applications and other social networking websites drastically cut into an employee’s productivity. On many occasions companies are relying solely on their IT departments to mitigate drops in productivity related mobile device use and other more entertaining proclivities.
For small business lacking the huge budgets and infrastructures enjoyed by your corporate monoliths, data security can pose some seriously daunting questions. How much security do I need? What is the most reliable hardware or software? Where do I start with formulating a company-wide data security policy? As a small business owner these are only a few of the many of challenges you will be facing in an age when online pilfering is at all-time highs.
In an earlier post we discussed formulating policies to address the BYOD trend that moving its way through businesses worldwide. This can be a welcome blessing for business managers and employees, but a nightmare for IT departments. As health care is one of our biggest lines of service, we thought it prudent to take a closer look into the personal mobile device utilization in the healthcare environment.
For the majority of the country spring means a reprieve from frigid temperatures and a welcome to warmer days. Spring is also the forerunner to one of the most notorious times of the year for inclement weather. Don’t let the spring storm season leave your business data and networking systems in the dark. It is time to buckle down and prepare for the real possibility that a weather disaster can strike at any time severing power, flooding facilities and crippling your ability to function at the most basic levels. This is especially important if you find you’re located in a 100 or 500-year