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How People, Process and Technology Impact Cybersecurity Threats

Cybercrime is one of the largest threats affecting our economy and businesses. It’s easy to look at the billions of dollars lost to cyberattacks each year and simply say that the answer is to buy more technology, but that’s not the only answer. People, process and technology have to work in tandem to effectively combat cybersecurity threats.

New Year, New MIS

MIS Solutions was founded 25 years ago as the result of a simple observation. We noticed that small businesses needed full-service IT support, but the options were limited. Over the last 25 years, we have grown, faced new challenges and have had the privilege of serving countless businesses across the Atlanta Metropolitan Area.

3 Shocking Technology Predictions for 2021 and Beyond

This year has been anything but ordinary, but in the wake of disruption, people have become adaptable, innovative and creative. Our world has also become increasingly more dependent, with most businesses moving to work from home models. As you head into the New Year, check out these 3 shocking technology predictions for 2021. 

By 2021, 50% of enterprises will make cloud-centric transformation a priority.

You are Putting Your Company at Risk by Running Windows 7 PCs

Support for the Windows 7 operating system ended almost a year ago, meaning Microsoft ceased releasing important security patches and performance updates. Despite the numerous warnings from managed service providers, many businesses are still hanging onto workstations running the outdated OS. Running Windows 7 presents a huge security risk for your company.

How the Right People, Process and Technology Let Discovery Point Franchising Focus on Creating Successful Entrepreneurs

When Cliff Clark and his late wife, Diane, set out to build and operate a couple of childcare centers back in 1988, they had no idea their dream would evolve into something much bigger. But after opening the two original, very successful Discovery Point Child Development Centers in Gwinnett, friends and others in the community took note and began asking how they could join in the business for themselves.