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How to Use Technology to Build Trust

Small and medium businesses that view technology as an investment are finding that they’re able to use technology to build trust with their employees, customers and vendors. But investing in technology can be daunting – it’s not cheap and it takes time and effort to maintain it.

4 Reasons Phishing Is Becoming More Frequent

Phishing is a common attack used by criminals to obtain sensitive information, such as login credentials and payment details, from users. It happens when an attacker, posing as a trusted source, tricks a victim into clicking on a malicious link or downloading a spam file sent via email, text messages, phone calls or social media.

How Trust Impacts an Organization’s Bottom Line

There is a strong connection between trust and prosperity. In fact, when trust levels are high, businesses tend to succeed and grow more quickly. According to McKinsey and Company, Harvard Business Review, Forrester Research and many other reputable organizations, trust is the connecting fabric upon which innovation and business success are built.

Why SMBs Need to Prioritize Trust

In the IT space, trust usually means zero trust, which is the concept of not automatically trusting anything inside or outside the organization’s perimeters, but instead verifying and authorizing everything before granting access to its systems. But the traditional concept of trust – the belief in the reliability of someone or something – is equally important and that’s why small and medium businesses need to prioritize trust.

How To Prepare For Gen Z In The Workforce Be Proactive and Update Your Cyber Security Practices

Technology has evolved leaps and bounds over the last 20 years. In fact, in the next few years, the first generation to grow up with smartphones and social media, will join the workforce. It might seem like Generation Z will be the most cyber-secure generation, considering they’ve always had the Internet and other advanced technologies at the tips of their fingers, but reports are starting to show that this is not the case.

5 Common Scalability Mistakes SMBs Make

Most small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are stretched for time and resources, which often leads to rushed process implementations, technology upgrades and new hire training. Inevitably, this results in botched executions and a foundation that doesn’t support sustainable scalability.