Now that many businesses are comfortable with working remotely, it’s time to review how to secure work-from-home users in order to achieve optimal business results. Do you want flexibility for your users? Do you want a system that is easy to scale and manage? We compare the top two ways of securing remote users so you can decide what is best for your business.
In our September 2020 webinar, centrexIT and Klarinet Solutions reviewed how to use Microrosoft 365 to save money, get cyber-safe, and increase team performance with next-generation collaboration tools. Watch the webinar recording to find out how the consolidated approach with Microsoft 365 acts as a $1 million solution for small and medium-sized businesses…at a fraction of the cost.
Last week we were honored to team up with the FBI (in partnership with the Cyber Center of Excellence (CCOE)) and Biocom on behalf of our biotech heros. The team hosted an exclusive executive-level briefing on cybersecurity specifically tailored to San Diego’s life sciences industry. This Biocom-member webinar contained an overview of the security challenges companies are facing in 2020 and beyond. In addition to industry-specific advice and an overview of current insider threats, the FBI left us with the following FBI cybersecurity resources and covid-19 recommendations.
Have you spent time revising or planning your business continuity IT strategy yet?
Business Continuity Planning is something you ideally do before a crisis occurs. Let’s set the scene for this post: it’s June 2020, the middle of nationwide protests and an international pandemic due to covid-19. We want to make sure businesses have the info they need to prepare and rebuild as quickly as possible from the upheaval they are experiencing. What better time to give tips to local companies? We set up a complimentary Business Continuity Planning webinar with PBO Advisory Group, tW2 Marketing, and Rad-on-Point Consulting.
The day we gave the webinar, yet another threat appeared as wildfires broke out in San Diego county. The moral of the story? Business continuity plans are not just important, they are critical, and they should be robust enough to cover a range of potential crises.
Here is how to plan your business continuity IT strategy.
Is your business prepared for a pandemic? First, read through our coronavirus cyber scam information for San Diego businesses. Then, find out how to keep your business productive and your team connected and learn about cybersecurity offerings for remote teams.
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has come an outbreak of COVID-19-related cyber scams, even effecting reputable sites like HHS.gov. That’s why we’ve put together this collection of coronavirus cyber scam information for San Diego businesses. Ideally, these tips will help you exercise caution when clicking or interacting with COVID-19 materials online. Whether it’s email, websites, or on social media, here are some things to look out for and resources you can use to help keep your data safe.
Is your business prepared for a pandemic? First, read about how San Diego businesses are using IT to prepare for the coronavirus. Then, find out how to keep your business productive and your team connected and learn about cybersecurity offerings for remote teams.
We’ve been impressed by how organizations in San Diego are taking quick action to protect their fellow citizens from the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). What is one of the top solutions? Using new technology to modify group meetings and events to keep attendees safe. Here is how a few San Diego businesses are using IT to prepare for the coronavirus.
Is your business prepared for a pandemic? Find out how to keep your business productive and your team connected and learn about cybersecurity offerings for remote teams.
What can you do to help your employees work remotely until the COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease) pandemic is over? Traditionally, the option of having the flexibility to work from home helps employees create better work-life balance. When the coronovirus pandemic led to mandatory, wide-spread stay-at-home orders, employees working from home became critical for businesses to keep their doors open. Routine operations continue remotely when employees can work offsite. We’ve summarized some of the highlights for effectively working from home in this handout:
Here are more details about how to get a sound system in place for your employees to work from home effectively.
IT companies and managed services providers are notorious for thrusting “their solutions” on to a client even in situations that might not be in the best interest of the client. Forcing a square peg into a round hole usually turns out bad for the company and the result is costly downtime, not to mention needing to eventually rip and replace the hardware and software that was ill-equipped to help the business grow.
Life sciences companies must focus their energies on research and development and not be distracted by other business needs such as complex IT services. You deal daily with the intricacies of your industry and bringing breakthroughs in science to the general public. Your IT needs are many, but you may not be able to adequately deal with them in-house without allocating it a chunk of your budget that is best used elsewhere. Life sciences companies should consider outsourcing their IT needs to an expert life sciences managed service provider. Doing so offers you a number of advantages that will enhance the productivity of your company.