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The Smarter Approach to IT Security is a Layered Approach to IT Security

As someone who has been working closely with businesses to meet their technology needs for many years, one of the biggest misunderstandings that I see a lot of people have ultimately has to do with what may be the most important factor of all: security. Far too many people seem to believe that IT security…
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5 Common Cyber Threats That an IT Company Can Defend Your Business From

Advancements in technology have not just nurtured business growth, but also resulted in sophisticated hacking techniques and malware. This scenario has pushed organizations to develop IT strategies that strictly adhere to cyber compliance, curb data breaches, and improve data security. Several government regulations, like the one based on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) technology, have been…
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What You Need to Know to Stop Your Employees From Compromising Your Business Network While Working Remotely

One of the most important things to understand about an era where nearly everyone is working remotely is that at the end of the day, literally any device connected to your office network is a potential vulnerability just waiting to be exploited. You can safeguard your own infrastructure with top of the line, state-of-the-art cybersecurity…
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MSP Stimulus Pledge launch

­­For Immediate Release May 6, 2020 – QuestingHound Technology Partners QuestingHound Technology Partners joins IT industry stimulus pledge to protect jobs and support the economy QuestingHound Technology Partners has joined with IT service providers across America to commit to a strong economy and job protection values when using stimulus funds.  The MSP Stimulus Pledge (www.mspstimuluspledge.com)…
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4 Ways to Make Remote Work Productive During a Global Pandemic

As COVID-19 spreads, many schools and businesses are transitioning to “remote work” situations to avoid large gatherings of people. Some big businesses, like Fortune and Google, are closing offices to protect their employees and slow down the virus’s spread.  If you’re facing a potential work-from-home period, and your business isn’t used to functioning outside of the office, you’re…
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