Bad things happen: Do you have a disaster recovery plan? On October 28, 2012, what could never happen, happened. A Hurricane hit New York City, not Charleston but America’s largest city. Hurricane Sandy. The consequences were disastrous and resulted in a shutdown of a...
Many executives think that if they don’t see problems popping up all the time with their IT network, then systems are running well and there are no issues. They wonder “what are my IT guys doing all day?”. In reality, actions are being taken behind the...
There is a ongoing international battle being fought today between many forces, but on one front. It is a battle for information and it is being fought on your computer. Criminal hackers, foreign governments, and business competitors are all trying to break into your...
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