The news is full of disasters in recent years. From the ongoing pandemic to natural disasters like floods, fires, and hurricanes, not to mention the threat of data breaches are affecting small businesses across the nation.
Last year was a tough year for gamblers — and casino owners — as social distancing, mask mandates, and other health and safety precautions took their toll. In fact, revenues in the gaming industry dropped a whopping 25.2% in an incredible decline from 2019 to 2020.
With cyberattacks skyrocketing, more companies are taking a closer look at their cybersecurity practices to ensure their data is protected. Small businesses are particularly at risk, with 43% of attacks aimed at them, in part due to their lack of resources to defend against malicious actors. Complicating the issue is the continuing coronavirus pandemic, which has forced many businesses to rely on remote workers or a hybrid office environment to survive — broadening the attack landscape significantly.
Companies need to understand that today’s multifunction devices are more sophisticated than older generation printers are. In many ways, new multifunction printers are just like computers. Since the use of company networks became widespread in the 1990s, connecting and sharing a printer became easier than ever before. These devices now help companies to streamline their print workflows and maintain a productive office environment, but it could also pose a risk to operations.
Finance is one of the most high-stakes industries of all. The risks are always high, and they're getting higher. Anything that can help mitigate this risk and make banking operations more efficient is a crucial advantage to have. Here's what managers and decision makers in finance need to know about managed IT solutions.
Every hospital must comply with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPAA), which is a list of regulations designed to protect and secure private health information.