Run Your Business Security Cameras on Fiber Internet

When you rely on digital surveillance cameras to monitor your business, you’ll want to rely on a fiber internet connection. You’re sending a lot of data over an extended period of time. In fact, you never turn it off. Fiber gives you the bandwidth you need to upload footage

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Should Your Small Business Accept Cryptocurrency?

With the rise of social media posts and groups dedicated to bitcoin, it's clear that cryptocurrency is on the minds of both your customers and your competitors.Deciding what payment types to accept is a personal decision, based on your particular type of business. The first step to making that

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How To Measure ROI on Your Security Software

The chances of a company experiencing a data breach are high—one in four, according to the Ponemon Institute. With hundreds of thousands of new malware designs appearing every day, it's more important than ever before for small businesses to prepare with cybersecurity. No matter your budget, the return on

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Should You Make Software Updates? Absolutely Yes!

If you think you don’t have the time or inclination to install software updates on every computer, mobile phone, tablet, printer, payment device, security system, router or IoT devices that are in your business network of technology, think again. Taking the short time to download and install an update

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Protecting Your Business From Ransomware

Cyber criminals know that if your critical business files, like financial records, customer lists or email, are inaccessible, it can wreak havoc on your business. So when they hack your system, they make you pay a ransom to get your data back. This is ransomware. Luckily, there are some

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Should I Be Worried About Digital Skimming?

Digital skimming is one of the latest and most insidious cybercrime threats to e-commerce businesses. Cyberattackers steal users’ credit card information as they’re entering it into an online payment form.If you’ve moved more of your business online in the past year and e-commerce with digital payments has become the

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Top Tips for Employees To Keep Data Safe When Working From Home

Thanks to the pandemic, millions of Americans who previously commuted to work now work remotely. This has caused employers to adopt new tools for collaboration, including video conferencing software for meetings and cloud-based tools to allow for collaboration on documents.If your company has gone through this transition, it’s important

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Are You Protecting Your Customer’s E-Commerce Data?

E-commerce has had a meteoric rise, especially with fewer options for in-person shopping and dining. Digital Commerce 360 reports that consumer e-commerce spending was up 44% in 2020, with no sign of slowing. Whether you run a restaurant that pivoted to online takeout offerings or a shop that started marketing

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How To Secure Your Business’ IoT Devices

Internet of Things (IoT), or smart devices, can be a convenient way to automate or monitor parts of your business—but they can also be a huge security risk.Any device that connects to the internet, like security cameras, payment systems, mobile card readers and smart locks, lights, speakers and thermostats—even