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By Dave Schultz | 01.07.21

Does your organization have cyber insurance? Are you protected from cyber threats? How will your organization react if a disaster or cyberattack does occur? The reality is that most people are unsure about these questions,…

By Dave Vitti | 12.22.20

Managed IT Services have become popular in recent years, offering many benefits over the traditional break/fix model. These services deliver value and peace-of-mind to your local government agency over traditional services. Below, we will discuss…

By Dave Schultz | 11.19.20

What would you do if all of your systems crashed?   If you are unable to answer that question or cannot do so confidentially, you are likely setting your organization up for serious problems down the…

By Dave Vitti | 11.09.20

You may have heard the phrase “Business Continuity” at some point in the last couple of years, but what exactly is it? Business Continuity is the ability to continue critical business functions and operations after…

By Dave Vitti | 09.21.20

In this day and age, protecting your system and your system data is imperative. Luckily, there are steps you can take to prevent cyberattacks and to increase the security of your data. System hardening, also…

By Dave Vitti | 07.22.20

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the need for businesses to have a plan of action for providing the continuity of products and services in the face of unexpected circumstances. During this pandemic, it has become…

By Dave Vitti | 06.18.20

What is a patch? A patch is a set of code modifications to a computer program designed to update, fix or improve it. Patches are often written to enhance functionality, performance, and/or usability. Frequently, they…

By Dave Vitti | 05.13.20

Strengthen Your Password Discussions surrounding passwords occur from time to time, and for good reason. Throughout our daily lives, there are dozens of accounts associated with our email addresses and/or mobile phone numbers. Whether it…

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