With the explosion of personal smart devices came an important shift in how company's conduct business: much of it is now done on the move. While BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) allowances and the option to work remotely offers flexibility to employees and the company alike, mobile data security cannot be ignored. If your company allows network access from mobile devices, you need a comprehensive mobile data security strategy in place. Below are just a few reasons why having a policy in place for mobile data security is a must:Read More
Tech security scams have become an epidemic. They're everywhere and every business should be concerned. There's a new scam in the headlines almost daily and that should be enough for businesses to take notice. Every business leader needs to be aware of the latest scams and what the best approach is to thwart them. Below is a look at 4 tech security scams that should be on every company's radar:Read More
Sometimes, the non-Walmarts of the world take the label 'small business' too literally. Even if your business can be considered 'small' relative to the massive enterprise in town, it still needs all of the same bases covered. IT support, in particular, can't be overlooked. Technology and business are now inextricable. That hand-in-hand relationship will only continue to grow. That's true for the massive enterprise and it's true for the smallest business. No matter where your business falls on that spectrum, it's true for you too. IT support for small business matters. Here's why:Read More
No matter where your business is, it's worth the drive to take your team to Integrity's Learning and Collaboration Center. Centrally located, Integrity's Learning Center is a destination for anyone looking to engage with the business community and continue learning. Why should you bring your team? Review the benefits below and you'll be hard-pressed to come up with a reason why you shouldn't. "Integrity Connects" is all about helping local businesses succeed. The Learning and Collaboration Center plays a major role in reaching that objective.Read More
It's now crystal clear: every business needs Cyber Security Awareness Training. With cyber crime at an all-time high (and rising), businesses need every possible defense at their disposal. What is your business doing to prepare? Is your first line of defense strong? The first line of your defense is your own people. Educating your team about cyber crime and cyber security will help prevent breaches and thwart scams. Many cyber criminals rely on people's good nature and lack of awareness to steal your private company data. Those attacks, known collectively as 'social engineering,' deceive people into willingly giving up personal credentials and other sensitive data. Cyber Security Awareness Training can train your team to remain skeptical and identify those attacks before data falls into the wrong hands. How can you get your team started?