If you've been putting off Cyber Security Awareness Training for your business, this is the year to get to it. The headlines featuring phrases like 'data breach,' 'cyber attack,' 'stolen data,' will continue and you need to do everything you can to make sure that your business isn't the story's subject. Everybody believes it won't happen to their business, until it does. With cyber crime on the rise, your business is at risk. This is the year to be certain that your employees have all the latest available data security knowledge and are prepared to help defend company data against all threats.Read More
What kinds of community education classes can you take at Integrity's Learning and Collaboration Center?
If it has to do with business or technology, the answer is: almost anything! Integrity's Learning and Collaboration Center offers courses in general technology, software applications, cyber security awareness, productivity, marketing, leadership, communication, finance, and personal development (to name just a few). If you or your team is looking to improve, Integrity's Learning and Collaboration Center can help. You'll find it easy to learn new skills and easy to connect with others in the business community. 'Integrity Connects' is about bringing the business community together. When the business community comes together, it becomes stronger. Integrity wants to facilitate those connections and build up a business community it is proud to be a part of. With ample networking opportunities, Integrity's Learning and Collaboration Center is the perfect space to bring your team to expand their skill set and meet others who are doing the same.Read More
At some point, every business leader asks themselves, "What should I consider when hiring a tech support provider?"
It's a good question and the answers aren't cut and dried. Your business is unique, as are its technology needs. As you think through what technology you need and what challenges your business faces related to technology, it's important to consider several things. You need to assess whether your company will have an internal (in the building) or an external (a technology partner) team. If your company already has an internal team, that doesn't disqualify it from utilizing an external team. Companies with an internal team often find that an external partner is an enormous asset - supplementing internal employees and providing resources that can't be found within company walls. You need to consider the cost of your tech support and the money that your solution may be saving you. Finally, you need to look at today and tomorrow and find a solution that will fit both.Read More
What is mobile data security? If current trends are any indication, it could simply be another term for 'data security.' Now, many businesses supply employees with laptops, smartphones, and even tablets. All of those devices can and do leave the building (as well as the security measures your business has in place). If your business allows for employees to use mobile devices in a work-capacity, it's time to pay more attention to mobile data security and consider policies that protect sensitive data no matter where those devices are.Read More
Does your IT department feel understaffed? Do they lack the necessary resources to get the job done consistently? Is your emergency response plan lacking? If you can answer 'Yes' to any of those questions, your team needs to expand. But, expansion means hiring and hiring means spending. If that's not a feasible solution for your business, consider outsourced tech support. Partnering with a third party IT company can be a supplement to or in place of your current IT department. Depending on your company's specific challenges, your technology team can take any number of shapes.
Here is why it's time to take a closer look at third party support:Read More