2021 had some big hits, some far and near misses, and a fair share of challenges. But all that is behind us now. So, let’s look ahead to what 2022 has in store for the business, IT, and InfoSec worlds. There’s a lot to be excited about, but also some uncertainties.
The COVID-19 pandemic enters its third year in 2022. Although things are slowly returning to normal, the pandemic's effects on the business environment are far-reaching. In addition to the pandemic, several techs and cybersecurity trends also shaped the business landscape in 2021.
Managed IT services play a crucial role in keeping businesses operating smoothly during holidays and other times of the year when staff members are most likely to take time off. With managed IT service, businesses will get flexible 24/7 proactive support.
Do you have an IT strategy in place for the upcoming year? If not, it’s best to get ahead and start now. With technology shortages happening throughout the world, it’s taking much longer to receive the orders you need.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and there is no better time for businesses to increase their cybersecurity awareness. Failing to protect customers' sensitive information and other data can cause a loss of confidence among consumers and increase the risk of costly lawsuits.
A cybersecurity awareness training program is an effective way to educate government employees on the current cyber threat landscape in order to reduce the risk of cyberattacks and engrain a strong security culture within a government organization.
The traditional desk phone system is headed for the bin; it simply doesn't cut it in the post-pandemic business environment. Taking its place is the superior VoIP-powered cloud telephony solution. Modern workplaces call for a more robust, convenient, and dependable communications system.
Experience the benefits of better technology and more IT resources by partnering with a managed services provider that understands the needs and challenges of the public sector. Managed IT lets you get more out of your technology, even on a shoestring budget.
With today's technology, the sky’s the limit for learners of all ages, but schools have to lay the groundwork first. Managed service providers can be key players in these efforts. With managed IT support, public schools, universities, and other institutions have access to a complete team of IT experts.