Having a firewall in place is one of the most simple ways to add protection to any network. A good firewall helps stop potentially harmful programs from entering into your network and causing trouble. They add security to protect your data when setup correctly, but many people leave weaknesses in their firewalls that can cause massive data breaches.
Most tech support scams start with a fake pop-up ad on your computer, or a phone call from a “technician” telling you there’s a problem. If you aren't careful, you could end up getting ripped off—and find your computer infected with malware. To stay safe, Las Vegas managed IT service providers recommend knowing the warning signs.
In Las Vegas last year, Dell EMC’s chief marketing officer Jeremy Burton said that IT “is about to undergo its biggest transformation over the next few years."
Successful IT transformation involves modernizing, automating, and transforming your infrastructure to simplify your approach to IT. That makes your business more agile and helps you meet customer demands faster than your competition.
Lost, stolen or unsecured devices are involved in 18% of data breaches, according to a recent eWeek survey. But financial services companies face an even bigger threat to the security of confidential data: employees using consumer software in the workplace.
Although most managed IT support providers offer remote support, they don't all provide the same levels of service. When choosing managed IT services in Las Vegas, here are the key differentiators to help you find the best remote support service.
1. “Hands-free” support.
At least 80 percent of Americans use texting for business, according to a survey by Instantly. Texting may be simple, fast, and convenient. But in the event of litigation, employee texts can create a tangle of legal headaches for your Las Vegas business.