According to statistics published by the US Chamber of Commerce, 75% of small businesses used technology in some form to stay afloat during 2020. Now, with remote work fast becoming the norm, IT is more important than ever before if you want your business to thrive in modern times.
Some estimates say that around 7.5 septillion gigabytes of data are generated every single day. That's 7,500,000,000,000,000,000,000 gigabytes. As a business, you will generate a lot of data, and you need somewhere to store it. There are two main options; store it locally within your business, or use cloud backup services to keep your data safely in the cloud.
I’m sure you’ve heard of the term paperless a few times before. But, what does that really mean and how are you supposed to do it?
Unsure if your team is hiding security breaches? You may not be aware, but it’s way too easy to be tricked by an online scam these days. For example, what would happen if a member of your company realized they had accidentally clicked on bad link and revealed confidential information about you or your company?
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The worldwide shortage of microchips is causing a major slowdown in the production of computers and other electronics.
The demand for microchips has surged due to high-end smartphone and tablet sales, and work from home while supply has decreased because of an industry wide manufacturing problem with wafers, the global pandemic and fires and flood in overseas manufacturing plants.
Global cybercrime might inflict a total of $6 trillion in damages by the end of this year. That number could rise to $10.5 trillion by 2025. Without small business IT support services, you could leave your business vulnerable.
If you fall victim to a cyberattack, consumers might struggle to trust your business.