Sooner or later, your hardware will become obsolete. Aging hardware poses a variety of direct and indirect costs that can chip away at cash flow and productivity, often without your knowledge. Looming expenses are frightening, but you can actually avoid these by simply updating your computer.
Not all software companies offer innovative solutions when it comes to platforms. Nowadays, choosing the right technologies and tools, such as the right software stack, is an important part of the architectural challenges. A software stack, or solutions stack, is a set of software components that comprise a platform; it generally includes operating systems and/or runtime environments, a database, ...
As a business owner or IT manager, you should seriously think about transitioning to Windows 10 because on January 14, 2020, Microsoft will officially end all technical support for Windows 7. This means no more security updates, paid support, and customer service. You can still use the product, but at your own risk.
What will happen on January 14, 2020?
Windows 7 officially launched in July of 2009, but only made a commitment to provide 10 years of product service. Ten years has come and gone, and now Windows 7 has reached its end. Microsoft has finally announced the official date for Windows 7 end of life: January 14, 2020.
You have to hand it to hackers. Every day, they seem to get smarter and more adept at infiltrating business networks.
Losing a few thousand dollars in a ransomware event might represent nothing more than a rounding error to large enterprises, but that same few thousand can be devastating to an individual. In response, governments around the world have strengthened their efforts to protect said individuals (a.k.a., end-consumers) through the promulgation of stringent data regulations. Chief among these efforts: ...
What are the leading types of cybersecurity assessments? And why do they matter?
Maybe it’s the faceless nature of cybercrime that has countless companies back on their heels. Perhaps executives con themselves into believing that their cybersecurity is just fine, thank you. Possibly it’s just too “below the line” for them to even worry about.
Creating an ideal IT environment, one that simultaneously helps fulfill your core proposition and supports the growth of your business, cannot happen without solid planning.