Disaster Recovery. Data Loss Prevention.

Three Benefits of DRaaS You May Not Know

Brett Harney Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery

The as-a-Service model is revolutionizing how we do business. It’s giving businesses of all sizes access to enterprise-level services at scale, leveling the playing field and allowing competition to be based on what you produce, not what hardware you can afford. Disaster Recovery has been one of those expenses that many felt they just couldn’t afford, to their own detriment. …

Business Continuity

5 Pillars of Business Continuity

Brett Harney Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery, Uncategorized

Your business runs on data. If you lose access to it, you immediately incur costs – costs in time, productivity, customer dissatisfaction. If you lose it completely, the costs could be catastrophic. Threats come in many forms and you rarely see them coming. To combat this potential for disaster, you need a thorough backup plan ready in the wings. Here …

Hacker Convention Warns: Don’t Allow Your Network to Be “Faxploited”

Brett Harney Network Security

There are plenty of access points for a hacker, and they’re often tied to our very high-tech devices – all the pieces of hardware with “smart” in front of them for one example. But sometimes our dinosaurs, the work-horse predecessors of our fast-paced IT, are the ones holding open a back door for security weaknesses. At Def Con 26, an …

5 Network Security Pitfalls Putting You at Risk

Brett Harney Network Security

Security is rightfully at the forefront of most business owners’ minds. There are new breaches reported on every day and no size business, from major enterprise to SMB, is safe from being targeted. There are many options for hardware and software that provide protection, but a network security policy is just as critical. Many times, though, we find that these …

Bring Your Own Device - BYOB

How to Implement a Successful BYOD Policy

Brett Harney BYOD

It’s quite obvious that BYOD is here to stay, especially with the increased popularity and sales of smartphones and tablets. The benefits are apparent, and we hear them over and over again. But that doesn’t mean all businesses are doing it the right way. There are still concerns surrounding BYOD, but there’s a way to move past them. IT naturally …