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By Erik Briceno

Outsourcing IT in 2022

Much like the previous year, 2021 was a chaotic time. 2022 is still chaotic in many ways, but change is inevitable no matter how consistent things may seem. The way a company handles that change can mean the difference between success and failure.

One of the biggest changes you can make is deciding to outsource your IT support. As far as changes go, it’s one of the better ones. It can improve performance measures in terms of cost, quality, service and speed. To ensure the change is made smoothly, you need to look for a managed service provider who will work to understand your company and analyze your needs, and then translate those objectives and processes into solutions that span the lifecycle of your entire IT infrastructure.   Read more

By Erik Briceno

VPNs Are Now a Big Part of the “New Normal.”

When you connect directly to the internet, your activity and data — from business emails to banking transactions — is exposed to the possibility that someone else can see it, exploit it or steal it.

VPNs, or Virtual Private Networks, are essential business tools that allow users to securely access a private network and share data remotely through public networks. It creates a secure third-party barrier between your computer and the internet — a tunnel that prevents hackers and other cybercriminals from seeing your data or activity.   Read more

By Erik Briceno

2022 Predictions, Part 2: Post-COVID Business Demands

We made a few cybersecurity predictions for 2022 in our previous blog. To predict those cybersecurity trends, we looked to the recent past. Today we’re looking ahead to see what the near future will look like in a post-covid world that has permanently changed the way we do business with each other.   Read more

By Erik Briceno

2022 Predictions, Part 1: Supply Chains, Ransomware and Cyberterrorism

As we ease into 2022, many of the uncertainties that shaped 2021 remain. The cybersecurity challenges that accompanied the pandemic have persisted, as hybrid remote workspaces have become a way of life. And through it all, the threat landscape continues to evolve, as innovations in cloud computing and other arenas open up new threats.

The fallout from attacks like the SolarWinds supply chain incident and the Colonial Pipeline breach was all over the headlines in 2021. These served to demonstrate just how successful attacks of this nature can be, and as such, we can expect much more to come. In part 1 of our 3-part series, we make a few predictions.   Read more

Outsourcing IT in 2022
VPNs Are Now a Big Part of the “New Normal.”
2022 Predictions, Part 2: Post-COVID Business Demands
2022 Predictions, Part 1: Supply Chains, Ransomware and Cyberterrorism