Beware of your employees!

Jesse Good Cloud Backup, General Info, Network Security

If someone asked you what was the biggest threat to your business from the IT perspective, what would come to your mind first? Data loss, natural disasters, server crashes, hacking, etc., right? Wrong! Studies show that one of the biggest reasons businesses end up becoming a victim of cybercrime is their own employees. This blog dives into how it works …

Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware Attacks: Your Business or Your Data

Jesse Good Cloud Backup, General Info, Network Security

This cyberattack scheme hasn’t garnered nearly as much attention as the usual “break-in-and-steal-data-to-sell-on-the-Internet” type, but it can be even more debilitating. Ransomware attacks started appearing in the last few years and its practitioners are so polished that in a few cases they even have mini-call centers to handle your payments and questions. So what are ransomware attacks? The business model …

Remote Work

Remote Work Best Practices For Data Saftey

Jesse Good Customer Education, General Info, Network Support Services, Remote Tech Support

Do you have staff working from home? Of late, due to the Coronavirus crisis a lot of businesses shifted to the remote work environment. While it raises some data security concerns, they can be overcome by following a few best practices. Formulate Rules You can start by formulating rules that define the extent and manner in which personal devices may …

Online Backups

Online Backups: Do You Really Need Them?

Jesse Good Cloud Backup, Cloud Services, General Info

If you are like most small to medium size businesses, you are probably thinking of backing up your data with online backups as a cost addition. You probably don’t have too many systems and you have a handful of trusted employees who know their job pretty well. Why do you need to invest in online backups? This blog post will …