Six Risk-Based Questions for Nonprofits With In-House Computer Expert...

Six Risk-Based Questions for Nonprofits With In-House Computer Experts

Nonprofits and other small and medium sized organizations must ask these six questions before their In-House Computer Expert Quits to avoid disaster. Here’s an important question most nonprofits don’t think about: what would happen if the in-house IT guru suddenly quit? Most nonprofit leaders think it would only be a temporary inconvenience when, in fact, […]

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How Nonprofits And Associations Can Prevent Ransomware Like WannaCry

How Nonprofits And Associations Can Prevent Ransomware Like WannaCry

On Friday May 11, 2017, the world learned just how vulnerable computer networks can be when not fully protected as it experienced a well-coordinated ransomware attack, known as WannaCrypt, or WannaCry. Note: Ransomware encrypts files and makes them unusable unless payment (ransom) is made within a specified time. Malware and ransomware like WannaCry prey on […]

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Avoid Four Common Business Office Move Mistakes

Avoid Four Common Business Office Move Mistakes

  A business office Move always present a big pain for those involved, but it doesn’t have to be a horrific, expensive experience. The number one complaint from someone who’s experienced a “bad” move is, “I didn’t know I needed to…” followed closely by “I completely forgot that…” In other words, it’s what you don’t […]

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Prevent Downtime, Keep Cyber Thieves At Bay, and Prepare For Disaster

Prevent Downtime, Keep Cyber Thieves At Bay, and Prepare For Disaster

How Organizations Can Prevent Downtime And Ensure That Even If Cyber Thieves Keep A-Knockin’, They Can’t Come In Small businesses and organizations in Round Rock, Texas and surrounding cities can prevent downtime, keep cyber thieves at bay, and prepare for disaster by implementing simple backup and disater recovery strategies. A study presented at the International […]

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