Businesses of all sizes are trying to catch up with the rapid evolution of technology to stay relevant, profitable, and connected to customers. But this isn’t as easy as buying the latest gadgets available in the market and pushing them to your team without any strategies.
Cyberthreats are becoming more dangerous as hackers devise new methods to scam individuals and businesses out of their money and sensitive data. Security software designed to prevent today's attacks may be obsolete against more advanced threats tomorrow.
What comes to your mind when you hear the term “dark web”? Do you think of some sketchy area on the web where evil things happen? Or some place online where you can’t easily be found? The truth is, the dark web is a hidden part of the World Wide Web only accessible through a special web browser like TOR. This enables users and website owners to stay unidentified.
Businesses have to keep up with the latest technological developments to stay relevant within the industry and bring in new customers. However, spending on IT isn’t exactly a walk in the park, as IT can be quite expensive, especially for small businesses.
Disasters can happen to your business anytime. Power outages, system failures, and even natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes can cripple your business unless you have a reliable business continuity plan (BCP). An effective BCP enables your business operations to continue functioning properly even during the worst technical issues.