Posts by Packiyarajan Ganesamoorthy

SMBs: It is Hackers v. You – Don’t Let Them Score

SMBs: It is Hackers v. You – Don’t Let Them Score   Selling stolen IDs and other personal data is a lucrative trade for hackers. They are always looking for sources where vital information is stored. As a small to midsize business you store your client’s personal information, collected from different sources, on your computers…

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Data Protection and Bring Your Own Device to Work

    Data Protection and Bring Your Own Device to Work   BYOD refers to a firm’s policy of allowing employees to use their own personal phones, tablets and laptops for all their work applications.This is a pretty common policy, and it has many benefits, but it brings along risks. How are you addressing these…

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Everyday Human Error Can Affect Data Protection

Everyday Human Error Can Affect Data Protection   Are you under the impression that data loss is all about putting up firewalls to protect against evil cyberattacks? Some of the biggest sources of data loss include sloppiness, human error, and just plain forgetfulness.   What are some of the unglamorous things that we do everyday…

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Disaster Recovery Plans: Do You Have One?

Disaster Recovery Plans: Do You Have One?   Disaster recovery and business continuity plans are issues that almost all small businesses fail to think about. More frequently, they decide they haven’t the resources to address such “unthinkables.”    If your business was down for 1-2 days or more, what costs would you incur? Lost revenues…

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Run your Business, not an IT Company

    Run your Business, not an IT Company   You went into business because you have an interest and expertise in some particular product or service. You began the firm to offer that product or service, but a dirty little problem came along with that new company. IT requirements. You need equipment, and you…

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What is the Cloud: A Simple Analogy

    What is the Cloud: A Simple Analogy   You use the cloud and don’t even know it. Do you go to Amazon and create a wishlist? Do you have an email account on Yahoo? That is cloud computing. All your emails are stored on Yahoo servers somewhere. They are on physical servers, of…

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