"End of Life" signifies the last day that a certain product or piece of technology will receive security updates. We talk a lot about how important it is to stay on top of updates, and it's just as[…]
Have you received an influx of emails recently from companies “updating their privacy policies” or been prompted to accept cookie tracking policies on websites you’ve been to a million times?
A few years ago we had a Bring Your Own Device policy in place, we even wrote a post about how to develop a BYOD policy like ours for your business. Since posting that though we, and many other[…]
We get a lot of questions about colocation from our customers and prospective customers. Questions like, “what is colocation?”, “why should we consider colocation?”, and “what should we be looking[…]
Last month some changes were made to Gmail and Windows 10. Since both of these are pretty widely used, we thought it was important to talk about some of the changes you will see in the near future if[…]
Recently I came across a survey of small business owners done by Oracle that showed security at the bottom of small business owners’ list of worries/concerns, for their business, if it’s even on[…]
Have you been putting off purchasing new hardware or equipment for your business? Well, this might be the year to pull the trigger. Why?
This past December the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 was[…]
Over the past few weeks we’ve talked to a few local law firms about the state of their IT, and these conversations got me thinking. Even with the amount of data these firms, and firms all over the[…]
Over the past year it’s become apparent to cybersecurity researchers that Texas small businesses are increasingly at risk for cyber attacks. According to a Malwarebytes report, analyzing malware[…]