With a new year come New Year’s Resolutions. We’ve got a few suggestions for your IT New Year’s Resolutions. They can save you money, headache, and a lot of trouble. If you don’t break them after the first month, of course.

New Passwords

Are you still using the same password you’ve always used? Are you using a password that has sequential numbers or an important date in them? Stop! It’s time to use new passwords, and to have different passwords for different services. One of the top ways hackers gain access to sensitive information is by tricking someone into giving up a password, then using it for their other accounts. If you think you’ll have trouble remembering all your passwords on all your different accounts, contact us to discuss solutions.

Keep Up-to-Date

If you’re like most other people, your passwords aren’t the only thing that need to be updated. Many companies neglect their software and firmware updates. Updates often contain security patches, which, if left unpatched, can leave your systems vulnerable to hackers. Schedule a chat with us to see how we can help keep your computers, networks, and devices safe.

Get Smart About Phishing

There were a lot of major cyberattacks last year, and many of them started with someone opening an email attachment that was loaded with malware. If you know what to look out for, avoiding such attacks is not that difficult. We can help make sure you and your staff are trained in cybersecurity awareness.

Save Money and Increase Efficiency with the Cloud

Everyone talks about the wonders of cloud computing, but have you really taken a look at it and how it can benefit your business? From working remotely to collaboration to helping keep your software up-to-date, cloud computing is an increasingly important part of a business’s operations. See how the cloud can help your business.

Make Sure You’re Getting What You Need

What are your IT needs, and what do you currently have? Are you safe from hackers?  Are you in compliance with your industry’s requirements? What would happen if you lost all your data, or become the victim of ransomware? Get a free consultation, a nearly $5,000 value, to make sure your IT is meeting your needs. You have nothing to lose and a lot to gain.

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