Microsoft Announces General Availability of Windows Small Business Server 2008 and Windows Essential Business Server 2008

Solutions designed to help small and midsize businesses save money and compete in a global marketplace. REDMOND, Wash. — Nov. 12, 2008 — As part of Microsoft Corp.’s $6.5 billion annual investment in products, support programs and incentives for small and midsize businesses, the company today announced the general availability of Windows Small Business Server […]

Lessons about Tech I Wish I Knew Then

“There are some steps that small business owners should take today that will help them tomorrow when it comes to understanding and deploying technology. It seems so obvious now. You think, why didn’t I do that then?” Read the story on Inc Technology Published with permission from Source.

Don’t Leave Your Business Open to Cyber Attacks

Simple Steps Businesses Can Take to Protect Themselves from Cyber Crime “When the World Wide Web launched almost 20 years ago, it generated a lot of buzz about how it would revolutionize the way we do business, but many questioned whether these projections were fact or just grand words. Today, few can argue that the […]

Do you need network monitoring?

Real eyes catch threats in real time There are different levels of cyber security that best suit different types of organization. For example: If you manage a small bakery, you can probably get by just fine without 24/7 network monitoring. On the other hand, if you run a less delicious and more complex type of […]

The More You Know …

Employee education can help you avoid viruses and phishing Threat-savvy team members are one of the key elements of a secure organization. If your employees aren’t prepared and watching for suspicious emails or websites, you’ve left yourself wide open for some expensive attacks like: Viruses Ransomware Phishing scams Internet safety training often falls to the […]

Bringing It Home: Breaches and Phishing Hit Texas and New Mexico

There’s an interesting phenomenon in psychology known as “The Just World Effect.” Basically, we have such a hard time accepting our own vulnerability that we blame people for the unfortunate events that befall them. The underlying belief is that bad things only happen to people (or organizations) that had it coming in one way or […]