As the year 2017 draws to a close, we look back at the 10 most significant (or simply the most damaging) cyber security stories of the year. Read through the list below to see which attacks, data breaches, and other events left a lasting impact on both the security industry and the global business community overall. Did any of these impact your business?
The flexibility and easy management of virtual desktops makes them a perfect choice for companies looking for IT solutions in Toronto to maximize their budget and the efficiency of the technology infrastructure. Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a desktop operating system hosted within a virtual machine that runs on a centralized server. The desktop images can be accessed by a variety of devices, including desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. Read More ›
Many business owners are still hesitant to adopt transformation technology such as Cloud Services because they are concerned about costs, interruption to current services and having to learn and develop new processes and procedures. Unfortunately, these short-sighted worries will result in limitations to both business growth and revenue. In today’s global market, a digital transformation is key to business success. Read More ›
Organizations today are constantly looking for ways to be flexible and forward thinking so that they can best serve their customers. When it comes to boosting the power of IT, businesses in Toronto and across Canada have been turning to managed IT services to help support strategic goals and achieve stronger results. Read More ›
Technology is always quickly changing and expanding, and it’s easy to see how the advancement of technology has positively affected businesses. Many businesses use IT solutions in Toronto to help their business stay on top of technological advancements for their online platforms, cloud services, and cybersecurity solutions. 2017 has ushered in four major trends for managed IT services that are expected to change the way businesses operate in the coming years. Read More ›
It was only a matter of time before ransomware made international headline news; and repeatedly. First, it was the WannaCry attack that spread globally in a matter of days, then the more recent NotPetya attack hitting businesses hard, affecting both large global corporations and small to midsize businesses (SMB).
As a digitally active business in 2017, you can’t afford to lose your data. Whether due to natural disaster, human error, or security breach, data loss is not only very costly but extremely risky. That’s why every Small and Midsize Businesses (SMB) needs a business continuity and disaster recovery solution.
Humanity is now more connected than ever. The explosive growth of technology like the internet, mobile computing, and social media are evidence of our innate need to always be connected, and our vast appetite for timely and accurate information. This dependency on information is ever more critical for businesses.