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By Erik Briceno

Sticking with remote work? Make these 7 steps part of your new normal.

It comes as no surprise that remote working has seen a sharp rise in recent years, something that was taking place even before the pandemic. However, with so many employees working remotely, every business needs a plan for providing those workers with the IT support they need to do their jobs. Security concerns should be at the top of that planning list for your remote workforce.

As mobile technology and network infrastructure continue to progress, so do the variety of threats to IT environments and sensitive information. That’s a particular concern whenever employees work outside the office — whether they’re teleworking or traveling.

While working from home or other remote locations provides numerous benefits for both the employees and the company, it also comes with increased data security risks. To reduce these potential problems, companies should focus on securing data access rather than the hardware itself — particularly when employees use their own devices.

In order to properly provide the IT support your remote workforce needs, follow these best practices:   Read more

The Benefits of Cloud Technology Far Outweigh the Risks — Especially When You Have Help.

By Erik Briceno

The Benefits of Cloud Technology Far Outweigh the Risks — Especially When You Have Help.

Cloud computing has been the most transformative technology trend of the past decade, and it’s become a must-have business technology. No clearer has this been made since the emergence of COVID-19 and the rapid shift to work-from-home policies.

There are numerous advantages to using a cloud service provider to design, implement and manage your technology — which allows you to concentrate on your core vision and pursue your business objectives. Companies of all sizes, industries and locations use the cloud. It’s become critical to business success and is now a mainstream enterprise core technology.   Read more

By Erik Briceno

If 2020 Has Shown Us Anything, It’s the Need for Cloud Transition.

For a long time, many were using the cloud already — on iPhones, Androids and smart devices of all types — but not in business environments. Largely thanks to mandatory work-from-home policies, this has changed. But even before the pandemic, forward-thinking businesses realized that cloud computing offers the opportunity for increased productivity combined with managed costs. The best cloud providers deliver software over the internet, which eliminates the need to install and run these applications on local devices, simplifying maintenance and support.

Users are connecting to applications that run on a set of shared or pooled servers, rather than running on a single dedicated server. So, they are essentially outsourcing by having these computer services provided by someone else, which allows them to focus on what they need to get done.   Read more

Stopping Threats Before They Happen: 4 Ways Cisco Umbrella Protects Your Business

By Erik Briceno

Stopping Threats Before They Happen: 4 Ways Cisco Umbrella Protects Your Business

With more people working remotely and more devices connecting to the internet every day, having a strong line of defense against cyberthreats is critical to the success of your business mission.

Cisco Umbrella is a cloud security platform that can provide that first line of defense, no matter where your workers are located or what devices they’re using.   Read more

Sticking with remote work? Make these 7 steps part of your new normal.
The Benefits of Cloud Technology Far Outweigh the Risks — Especially When You Have Help.
The Benefits of Cloud Technology Far Outweigh the Risks — Especially When You Have Help.
If 2020 Has Shown Us Anything, It’s the Need for Cloud Transition.
Stopping Threats Before They Happen: 4 Ways Cisco Umbrella Protects Your Business
Stopping Threats Before They Happen: 4 Ways Cisco Umbrella Protects Your Business