Security rules to keep your SMB safe

How secure is your business’s network? If your organization lost access to all data for 48 hours due to a cyber attack, could you still operate? Today, small and medium-sized businesses are increasingly targeted by hackers. If your security isn’t up to par, you could suffer a drop in profits and a damaged reputation, and…

Understanding Managed Services and How They Benefit SMBs

Technical Issues Can Cost You Time and Money — Managed Service Can Help Technology problems generate unpredictable costs for your business? IT Support (MSP) from Corporate Information Technologies, Charlotte can help your business eliminate unpredictable costs related to the management and maintenance of your technology. Small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) receive a lot of calls each…

Comparing the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 4

This fall, Microsoft and Apple are poised to release their newest tablets: the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 4. While some consumers will quickly opt for their favorite brand without giving it a second thought, others may like to know how these two really stack up. So if you’re not sure which tablet to buy,…

Insider Cyber-Threats

It is so intrinsic to human nature to consider external threats as a higher priority to address and guard against. We don’t like to consider the more insidious threat lurking within. Likewise it’s no surprise in the world of cyber-risk, organizations often concentrate their efforts on threats outside their network perimeter — not considering the…

The pick of the browser extensions

Whether it’s Chrome, Firefox or Safari, you use your web browser everyday. But what you might not know is that, each time you surf the web, you give your personal data to unsecure sites and risk having that data tracked. Failure to protect your online privacy can result in data breaches, malware attacks, and other…

Bug in WhatsApp leaves users exposed

Popular mobile instant messaging app WhatsApp was at the center of a recent security breach which saw the information of as many as 200 million users potentially exposed to the mercy of hackers and malware. The threat, which affected the recently launched web-based version of WhatsApp, was detected by an IT security firm in Israel…