Right Now, Protecting Yourself, Your Employees, and Your Business is Essential – Not Only In Terms of Health and Well-Being, But Also Security Against Cyberthreats.
Does your South Florida business have a business continuity plan in place in light of the recent coronavirus outbreak? Learn more about how to create one here.
Law firms face unique remote workforce challenges. By working with a managed IT services provider, attorneys, paralegals, and staff, can move forward from home.
With so many robust programs now available, it can be hard to decide which one to choose. This is where a great IT consultant can be a valuable resource. Of course, you need to work with a consultant who is familiar with the legal industry and up-to-date on all the practice management software now available.
Business leaders are tasked with educating workers about ransomware and implementing safeguards. A managed IT cybersecurity specialist may be your best defense.
Office 365 provides online document storage options that give your legal practice in Southern Florida all the space necessary to store confidential data securely. There are several different Office 365 versions for both large and small practices, and each provides a different layer of services and security.
Businesses everywhere understand the need for quality IT support. Here’s how and why to locate the best IT Services for your South Florida business.
The ‘Send Later’ option included in Outlook delivers time-efficiency benefits. It also gives passionate industry leaders a chance to reflect on heated words.
Our very own President and CEO Michael Goldstein has been named to the South Florida Business Journal’s 2020 Power Leaders 250 list.
Law firms in Fort Lauderdale are rapidly moving to the Cloud. It provides many benefits when used correctly. The key to doing this is to find an IT provider who knows what the Florida Bar Association requires when it comes to cloud services.
This distrust in legacy anti-virus is leading informed businesses to shift to next-gen endpoint protection to defend against most of today’s IT security threats.
January 28, 2020 is Data Privacy Day – An International Effort to Empower Businesses and Individuals Alike to Focus on Safeguarding Data.