Law firms are integrating more technology in the workplace to manage legal files and client data. Legal software replaces more expensive outsourced costs and offers more streamlined benefits, such as:
Even if your organization has top-notch patch management and firewalls in place, cyber criminals can still pose a threat to your company. For many companies, the most vulnerable spot inviting IT security threats is your employees.
This month, I attended a cybersecurity roundtable organized by the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry. Supervisory Special Agent Ben Stone from the FBI led the meeting and discussed some very helpful IT security insights.
Top executives must invest in quality IT support for their business to thrive
Sometimes it can be difficult to look from the top down and pinpoint gaps in your small business IT support. Part of the reason is that these IT support gaps usually stay hidden until an issue arises.
Maintaining a checklist of IT fundamentals will safeguard company information
As technology has evolved, so has our need for increased IT security measures in the workplace. Businesses tend to make sure their IT services company keeps firewalls and antivirus software updated to fend...