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All-Powerful Is All Dangerous

All-Powerful Is All Dangerous

THE POWER OF ACCESS

I was recently working with a new client and noticed a few oddities. Everyone could do everything. Literally, everything. Imagine this. You hire a new receptionist. Someone creates accounts for her in your tech environment… Computer, Email, Apps. When they do, they give her access and power over everything. He/She can see anything they want. They can create content anywhere they want. They can delete anything they want. And last but not least. They can see whatever they want.

Small Businesses Get Hacked The Most

Small Businesses Get Hacked The Most

HACKY SACK

Verizon’s 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report states that the most hacked business sector is Small Business. 43%. Damn! No matter how you slice it. It’s not good. It does make sense though... And that’s because small businesses typically have less structure when it comes to tech. Most small businesses wing their tech. And it shows. It is in part why I started Get Your Tech Right.

What Antivirus Do You Use?

What Antivirus Do You Use?

Ask any tech guy out there what antivirus software they like and be ready for a dissertation ad nauseum. If you attend any tech conference at some point someone will ask you the age old question… What antivirus software do you use? For most techs what antivirus software they recommend is akin to religion. They’ll fight tooth and nail to prove that they’re right. Why?

Why Your Business Needs The Tech Basics

Why Your Business Needs The Tech Basics

Some structure is better than no structure. Baby steps. When you meet a representative from any Managed Service Provider they’ll tell you about all the great stuff their company does. How they manage your IT. How they’re your technology partner. Yadda, yadda, yadda. But sometimes, just having the basics is all your business needs. At the most basic level all your business really needs is a managed tech framework.

Wrangling Macs And Mac Management

Wrangling Macs And Mac Management

Ever since the Mac was released way back when it has symbolized rebellion from traditional IT. Not to say that Macs can’t or shouldn’t be managed by an IT department. It’s just that most people that use Macs don’t think they should be managed But just like PCs. Yes, I just said that. Macs need to be updated on a regular consistent basis.