There's been a trend in cybercrimes that have plagued businesses during the pandemic. With more and more workers transitioning to home offices, an upswing of 273% in electronic crimes has occurred. Protecting your business is a vital component in combatting these criminals.
The unforeseen challenges of 2020 have caused many businesses to change their work model and environment. Employees are adapting to working remotely, away from their teams and collaborators.
The glue holding businesses together through all of this is cloud computing.
Greater Philadelphia’s Manage Service Provider CEO, Terry Rossi Hits Amazon Best Seller Lists with “On Thin Ice”
PICS ITech’s CEO, Terry Rossi, ranked on the Amazon best seller lists with the new book, “On Thin Ice” a collaboration of expert advice on the Information Technology industry.
Mount Holly, NJ – January 25, 2021 - Terry Rossi, Philadelphia Managed IT Service Provider, teamed up with other leading IT professionals around the world to co-write the book, On Thin Ice: How Just One Cyber Attack Can Put Your Business And Finances Underwater…And What You Can Do Now To Stop It. The book was published by TechnologyPress™, an imprint of CelebrityPress® LLC, a leading business book publisher that publishes books from ThoughtLeaders® around the world, and was released on November 19th, 2020.
On the day of release, On Thin Ice reached best-seller status on Amazon - reaching as high as #1 on the Internet & Telecommunications Privacy & Online Safety Computer Network Security list, #2 on the Computer Security & Encryption list, and overall, #5 on the Computers & Technology list.
The Difference Between Disaster Recovery And Business Continuity and Why It’s Essential To Your IT Strategy
Face it—downtime can be one of the most frustrating things you face as a business owner. You can’t afford to lose business, customers, or your reputation because of failed computer systems. That’s why it’s essential to pay close attention to Disaster Recovery (DR) and Business Continuity (BC).
As we enter 2021, almost every business depends on secure, reliable computer systems.
'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house
Not a cell phone was buzzing nor the click of a mouse.
The computers were all plugged into their work from home desks with care
In hopes that a Microsoft Office 365 migration would soon be there.
By 2021 cyber-crime will cost the world $6 Trillion a year. Is cyber-security a priority in your business’s IT strategy? Strong passwords are the defense line against cyber-crime. Watch this week’s Tech Tip Tuesday on how you can make your password considerably stronger with Multi-factor Authentication.
Local Managed IT Service Provider CEO, Terry Rossi, Signs Publishing Deal to Help Small Businesses Through Cyber-Crime Crisis Surging in 2020.
Mount Holly, NJ- October 15, 2020- PICS ITech co-founder and CEO, Terry Rossi, has teamed up with 31 of the top leading IT professionals across the country in the release of the new book, On Thin Ice. Sharing their proven strategies to help prevent the imminent threat of cybercrime and protect your business.
Goblins, and ghouls and cybersecurity…oh my! Even though Halloween is all about tricks and treats, nothing is scarier than being unprepared and uneducated when it comes to the security of your business’s data and finances. Each day, dangerous, well-funded crime rings are using state of the art techniques to hack into the accounts of small businesses just like you!
The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) reports that 1 in 5 small businesses have been victims of cyber-crime, and since the Coronavirus Pandemic, these numbers have splurged.
If you’re planning on heading out of town – or to the local coffee shop to work –keep in mind these IT security smart tips for smartphones.
Protect your devices from thieves. All mobile devices should be passcode-protected and loaded with apps that will help you track and find them in case they get lost or stolen.
Working from home is here to stay. Is your small business ready to work long term? In this week's Tech Tip Tuesday see if your business has the IT strategy and support it needs to be prepared to adjust to the new normal.
If you have any concerns about your team working remotely long-term; security; or software – call us today to discuss what options are available to you.