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5 Tips for Maintaining Security and Compliance in the Cloud

More and more companies are leveraging cloud computing to cut down costs, avail new services, and benefit from the flexibility and scalability it offers. But if your small- to medium-sized business (SMB) is looking to follow suit, you have to be ready for a new set of challenges to maintain security and compliance in the cloud.

Types of Cloud Services for SMBs: IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic demonstrates how cloud services have become essential to small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in Connecticut. Cloud computing plays an important role in everything from communication tools to productivity apps, as well as other software utilized by today’s organizations.

Three Major Types of Private Cloud Solutions

Cloud solutions have become the top choice for business owners who aim to cut costs, increase efficiency, and boost workforce mobility. In particular, more and more businesses favor a private cloud environment because it's more secure and, therefore, ideal for them.

Why a Private Cloud Solution is Right For You

Over the years, large enterprises have deployed private cloud infrastructures while SMBs continue to rely on public cloud providers. The latter provides many distinct benefits to your SMB such as cost reduction and proactive data center management, but let’s take a closer look at why you should also consider the private cloud.

Small Business Administration’s Breach Could Affect You

Exploit: Unauthorized database access
Small Business Administration: Government agency overseeing small business affairs

Now, more than ever, the consequences of a data breach are traumatic for victims. Organizations collecting and storing personal data can support their users during the COVID-19 pandemic by taking extra care to ensure that personal data remains private.

Defend Your Business from COVID-19 Themed Threats

Cybercriminals are among the first to capitalize on global crises to sow discord, spread false information, and seek financial gain. Today, COVID-19 is being used in various malicious campaigns such as email spam, ransomware, malicious domains, video-teleconferencing (VTC) hijacking, and others.

What You Need For a Secure Remote Work Setup

Social distancing is one of the important ways of limiting the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus. Because of this, more businesses are asking their employees to work from home (WFH). However, the transition toward distributed team setups is increasing vulnerabilities to cybersecurity threats.

Using Microsoft Teams During the COVID-19 Pandemic

More and more businesses are forced to transition to a work-from-home set up to avoid the COVID-19 pandemic. The good news? Microsoft is offering Teams for free during the coronavirus outbreak.

What is Microsoft Teams?
Microsoft Teams is a collaborative communications app that combines chat, video conferencing, and file storage.

How to Transition From Working From the Office to Working From Home

With the COVID-19 outbreak forcing people to stay home, many businesses suddenly have to support an entirely remote workforce.

Companies like Google and Microsoft are mandating that employees work from home. For many modern tech companies, the infrastructure and policy needed to work remotely are already in place and the vast majority of their staff are already using their own devices.

Rockstar Customer Service: What Keeps Them Coming Back

The customer is the bloodline of any big or small company. Why is it then that many organizations today still fail to recognize this, and spend their resources focusing on other items such as marketing? While marketing is essential to get people in the door, if they are treated poorly, or not at all, they won’t return.