If you are taking data seriously in your business, you’ll have a robust constant backup process, that stores multiple copies of all your data safely and securely in the cloud.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in the news a lot over the last few years. A ground-breaking EU privacy framework, it has empowered individuals across the European Union to use technology freely and safely with much reduced risk.
Like many small and medium businesses, you’re probably starting to explore cloud-based solutions like Office 365 (renamed Microsoft 365 earlier this year – read more here.)
As the world reopens, it is apparent that many businesses are not only reluctant to revert fully to pre-COVID operations but also staff polls have shown a preference for flexible working. It looks like working remotely is here to stay.
It will come as no surprise that global spend on cloud technology is going to be much higher this year compared to previous years. Businesses globally have had to adapt to a world where remote working is more of a necessity than a flexible alternative, and things aren’t likely to change soon.
You might recall last month we posted 10 security tips. Hopefully these are all in hand and you have shared them with your colleagues and implemented the best practice advice. Following up; here is the next 10!
Data security isn’t just about data security. It’s about job security, marketing, finance, AND company valuation.
Data Loss Protection: What you need to know
Data loss can critically damage the operations of any business. Preventing and protecting against data loss is a strategy to ensure employees do not send sensitive or critical information outside the company. Data loss protection (DLP) software products aid administrators control which data users can transfer.
All businesses make IT Security Mistakes. Learn what the most common ones are, and how to avoid them.
Enclave Technology is now a McAfee Managed Service Provider
We recieved exciting news at Enclave; we are officially a McAfee Managed Service Provider.
Malware and viruses are commonly transmitted via Email. Ransomware is a type of malware that cybercriminals use to extort money from their victims. This type of malware activates when a user clicks on a link or opens a suspicious email attachment (usually a “.zip” file), triggering the ransomware program to install on a user’s computer.
Windows Server 2003 End of Life
Support for Microsoft Windows 2003 server operating system ended on 14th of July.
Warning: Malicious Email Scams
In the past week companies have been receiving emails that are potentially disastrous when opened.
According to the Banking and Payments Federation Ireland there have been a number of Irish businesses that have recently fallen victim to invoicing scams.
We want to make all our customers aware of Microsoft Scam phone calls that have been occurring recently.