Las Vegas is the number-one worst city in America for ransomware attacks, according to a report by Malwarebytes. The FBI urges victims of ransomware attacks to report all infections, large or small. But if your business has been targeted, you might not be legally required to make a report.
Managed application services comprised a $2 billion market in 2017, and that is set to grow to $5.5 billion within the next four years, according to Fox 5 Las Vegas. Just as managed IT services can free up your internal IT resources to focus on mission-critical initiatives, a Managed Application Service Provider (MASP) can reduce the operating costs of your business.
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.
Using your in-house IT department for help desk services can drag down productivity. That's why companies have increased the amount of work they offload to managed IT service providers by 17% since 2015, according to a new Computer Economics study. Is it time for your Las Vegas company to outsource your IT help desk? Here are four ways to tell.
Only 8% of Americans actually achieve their New Year's goals, according to research from the University of Scranton. While more than nine out of ten New Year's resolutions may be doomed to failure, the resolutions below are easy to keep. We list them here because we want to see the computer network of businesses across Las Vegas safe from ransomware, data breaches, and other cyber threats.