Business is changing, and organizations across the globe are spreading out with more and more employees transitioning into remote, work from home positions. Apart from introducing new software for better communication for teams and management, this new work model may not have much of an effect on the existing software that companies use to aid in productivity – but it has a significant impact on the security of their data. Organizations that utilize the powerful tools of Microsoft 365 have a critical need for Microsoft 365 backup solutions to ensure that their data is protected at all costs.
A new decade is here and, with it, new ways your business can be hit with a cyberattack. As hackers continue to evolve their methods for breaching business’ defenses, companies are demanding more cybersecurity innovation from vendors. With advancements on smartphones, tablets, voice assistants and social media among many others, businesses operate more efficiently; however, these advancements have also increased exposure to new forms of cyberattacks. Threats like ransomware, email phishing and malvertising are not new concepts, but they are progressively expanding their reach and taking advantage of gaps in security related to newly adopted technology and devices. Not only does this propel cloud security to the forefront of a business’s IT strategy, but it underscores the importance of staying up to date with cyberattack trends. Here are 4 trending cyberattacks and how to protect against them in 2020.
Did you know that, outside of the US government, the healthcare industry holds more personal data about the general public than any other business entity?
Everything from Social Security numbers to medical records to payment details are held by healthcare providers. If the information stored by these businesses were hacked, it would jeopardize the integrity of the healthcare industry and the livelihood of millions of Americans. As cyberattacks rise in the healthcare industry, this risk has become even greater.
When it comes to choosing a cloud service provider there are many factors to consider. Cloud computing is the undeniable future of IT, but not all cloud providers are the same. Choosing the right provider can make or break your business' productivity and sanity. Everyone knows the industry giants (we don't like to mention them by name), but they tend to corner customers, charge extra fees, and make working in the cloud quite unpleasant. There are several areas in which we shine among competitors. In fact, NewCloud Networks is a leading provider of cloud computing and technology solutions located in the greater Denver, Colorado area. We provide a full stack of customizable cloud solutions to meet your unique business needs and has a proven track record of exemplary customer service and support. Here are 10 reasons why NewCloud Networks should be your company’s new service provide:
Regulations, technology and customer engagement are 3 huge issues concerning businesses in the insurance industry in 2018 and into the future. Insurance agencies, now more than ever, need to be leveraging the cloud in order to quickly adapt to changing customer expectations, emerge into new markets, and ensure data compliance, among many other reasons. According to a study done by Novarica, 70% of insurers are now using cloud computing in some shape or form. With the cloud computing market exploding, insurance agencies will continue to demand these services. Here are some of the following areas where insurance agencies can benefit from the cloud:
Healthcare is well on the way to transitioning from paper to electronic documentation. It’s no secret. Most patients can now access health records and talk with doctors online. With the transition, strict regulation has also accompanied this increase in electronic storage and transmission of patient information for the healthcare industry. The passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in 2010 further hastened this transition as electronic storage and documentation of patient records became a legal requirement and was no longer optional.