Being able to control your thermostat or see who’s knocking on your front door from a hundred miles away from home isn’t just cool; it’s incredibly handy. However, the network of these and other devices – often called the Internet of Things (IoT) – poses a huge security risk to their users.
For the desktop gamer looking for a better solution than multiple monitors, the Samsun 49-inch CHG90 QLED might be the ticket. This ultra-wide screen with its 32:9 aspect ratio means you always get to see game scenes in their entirety, exactly as their developers intended for a mere $1099.99. And the 1800R curved panel immerses you in gameplay and delivers cinematic viewing for movies and video content.
This month’s precious pooch is Layla, a 5-year-old Shinese (that’s not a typo) belonging to Kathy Nichols of The Palmer Agency. Layla is a Pekingese and Shih Tzu hybrid and loves to accompany Kathy to work. Cuddling is her favorite -- especially with her stuffed bunny and other toys.
This Baltimore, Md., native joined the MIS help desk team in February 2017 and has been a huge factor in MIS’s high customer satisfaction surveys. One client said of Scot:
Scot is not only thorough, fast and conscientious, but is clearly committed to doing the best job possible for the customer, always going that little extra step in the form of personal follow-up and great communication of findings, actions taken, and probable next steps should the issue present itself again.
Perhaps you’ve heard the phrase “People don’t want to buy a quarter-inch drill. They want a quarter-inch hole.” Think about that for a moment. Theodore Levitt, an American economist and professor at Harvard Business School made this profound statement back in 1960 and it still rings just as true today as it did back then.
It seems you can’t turn on your TV, Computer or open up your smartphone without seeing yet another report of a cyberattack or security breach. By far the greatest threat to organizations stems from one of their own members naively clicking on a nefarious link in an email.
What Your IT Support Company Should Tell You Before Adding Fiber
Fiber-Optic is rapidly becoming the gold standard in internet connectivity for businesses both small and large. The quality of and speed at which data is transmitted are far superior to that of traditional copper cable.
Trying to come up with and remember different passwords for all different online accounts you use is a huge pain in the neck. We get it. One website requires a symbol, and another requires 14 characters. Meanwhile, your bank requires 10 characters, four PIN numbers and the answer to a secret question.
Moving – whether it’s to a new home or a new office – can be a nerve-racking ordeal. There’s a lot of pre-planning that must take place before the move is executed. If you’re a law firm or any other heavily regulated industry, there’s the added pressure of keeping your data secure during the move.
All of our team members are very familiar with the acronyms EOS and IDS. If you've engaged with our leadership team, you've heard the terms "traction," "rocks" and "L10" which are all parts of EOS. But what does that mean? Very simply, the EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System) is a set of business concepts, principles and tools that help business owners and executives run a more successful business.