If you ever have to guess someone’s password, try “123456.” That's the most popular password in the world, according to a new study of 10 million breached passwords from Keeper Security. That particular six-digit combination protects one out of every six accounts.
Too often, in the race to get a technology transformation initiative underway, Las Vegas companies tend to overlook the fundamentals. Here are the four IT transformation questions every company should be asking.
1. What's driving IT transformation in your business?
At the Insight Conference in Las Vegas this month, the CEO of NetApp said that the way data is being consumed is changing.
No matter how well-maintained your system may be, a failure will occur somewhere in the system sooner or later. A minor problem may simply reduce functionality, but in a worst-case scenario, your entire network could go down. To avoid major disruption of mission-critical services, work with a managed IT service provider to take these eight critical steps.
Sometimes, in an effort to get the job done, good employees make bad choices. As a result, they put the security of your entire Las Vegas company at risk.
If your existing legacy IT systems are too slow or inconvenient, many people will reach for the simplest, easiest solution available.
Is a single locked door, easily opened by criminals, the only thing standing between your network and the bad guys? IT companies in Las Vegas often focus exclusively on the digital aspects of security, especially ransomware and online threats. But some of your network’s biggest vulnerabilities lie in the gap between cybersecurity and physical security.
Not too long ago, it was easy to put your IT services in a silo, completely separate from the rest of your Las Vegas company. But increasingly sophisticated technology has turned cybercrime into a booming global business. There were 630 million ransomware attacks in 2016, costing businesses billions of dollars.