Did you know that eight million people in the United States are now working from home on a regular basis? With the new transition to the remote workforce, managers and business owners are looking for new ways to run their businesses from the safety of their homes.
On this Tech Tip Tuesday we quickly go over 3 reasons you want to keep your technology up to date and if you're a South Jersey or Philadelphia small business owner #3 is really going to resonate with you. Call us today to get even more out of your digital maturity.
We recommend (and its a best practice) to not to use an easy to remember phase for a password and you definitely don't want to use the same password over and over again.
The problem is remembering all those passwords and which one goes where. Luckily for us we have several options to make this easy for you.
A clever online scam that’s been around for years has seen a resurgence in the Philadelphia area in the last few weeks – because everyone’s using their webcams more.
The so-called “sextortion” scam fools people into thinking they’ve been filmed by their webcam while visiting adult websites.
You've probably heard of computer viruses and malware but have you heard of Ransomware? Contact us today and see how PICS ITech can help protect your business from Ransomware.
Our latest video tells you what you can do to protect your company from Ransomware and our free dark web scan will check to see how exposed your company is.
In a matter of just a few short weeks, we have gone from living how we’ve always lived to changing just about everything we do. Schools are out for weeks if not months. Cruises have stopped sailing, and air transportation may be next. Bars and restaurants are closing, sporting events are nonexistent and so many people are now unemployed.
Your Employees Are Letting Hackers Into Your Company By Doing These 5 Things – Here’s What You Can Do To Stop It!
If You Are Plugged In, You Are A Target
If you run a small business, you are a target for cybercriminals. I know you don’t believe it but I see it all the time. It’s just a fact of life, if you’re plugged in, you are a target.
Hackers, scammers, and cybercriminals of all kinds target small businesses because they are plentiful, and most times, they lack good cybersecurity - if they have any!. Here’s the real crime: these criminals don’t need to use malicious code or advanced hacking skills to get what they want.
How To Quickly Shift To A Work-From-Home Business To Maximize Productivity In Today’s Coronavirus Shutdown
As a business owner today, we are now facing unprecedented challenges to help deal with the coronavirus pandemic. We are being asked to self-isolate and practice social distancing to “flatten the curve” of the pandemic. You are asked to have your employees work from home to reduce possible exposure and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Remember that old commercial where the actor said, “I’m not a doctor, but I do play one on TV,” well I’m not a lawyer, but I play one almost every day in our business.
Due Diligence and Due Care
Today the topic of conversation was the legalese terms “due diligence” and “due care”.
As a business owner, due diligence and due care can be a really big deal to you, especially when it comes to your company’s cybersecurity and insurance protection.
People often ask me, “What do you do?”. It’s a tough question, we do so much for our clients, so if I’m not in the mood for talking I say, “I’m in computer support”, or “I’m in computers”. That really doesn’t tell the whole story.