On average, data privacy non-compliance costs have reached $14.82 million, which is 2.71 times more than the cost of data compliance. This marks a 45 percent increase since 2011. Can your business afford to not comply with the new data privacy laws?
The internet is becoming an increasingly dangerous neighborhood. Digital marketers want to buy your private data, while hackers want to steal and sell it. Here are four simple steps that you can take to stay safe online in 2020.
Check Point Software Technologies, a global provider of cyber security solutions, recently unveiled its cyber security predictions for 2020. With these predictions, Check Point's researchers anticipate the major cyber incidents and technical developments that will impact businesses in the coming year. They also share the security strategies that will help prevent these incidents from causing widespread damage and disruption.
As the internet of things (IoT) revolution continues to gain momentum, what can we expect from the market in 2020? One certainty is the potential for small to medium-sized businesses to benefit as the IoT sector evolves. Here’s what to look out for in 2020 and beyond.
Want Windows 10 to run faster on your PC? Click to read a baker’s dozen of Windows 10 quick tips to make your machine speedier and less prone to performance and system issues. If you need assistance implementing Windows 10 for your Sacramento area small business, contact the tech experts at Capital Network Solutions.
With the rise of mobile technology, combined with increasing urban congestion, remote work is becoming an accepted norm in the workplace. According to a 2018 study by the International Workplace Group, "70 percent of employees are working at least one day a week somewhere other than the office." So it’s no surprise that while sales of both desktop and tablet computers are set to fall in the coming years, Statistica forecasts global laptop sales to increase. Of course, not all laptops are created equal, so what are the most important features you should look for when purchasing this crucial piece of business hardware?
The looming Windows 7 end of support deadline should be enough to prompt any business to accelerate migration to Windows 10. But fear of being marooned on an insecure operating system isn’t the only reason to make the move – there are many strong business reasons to upgrade to Windows 10 that will deliver real value to your staff and the company as a whole.
By next year, more than 80 percent of all business workloads are expected to be moved to the cloud. Are you still hesitant about moving your small business operations to the cloud? In this post, we break down six reasons the cloud can help take your business to the next level.
If you’re still running Windows 7 or Windows 8, you could be vulnerable to a range of risks. That’s because Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7 way back in January 2015, and its extended support will end in January 2020. Additionally, Microsoft discontinued mainstream support for Windows 8 in January 2018, and will end extended support in January 2023. This will leave you vulnerable to a wide range of risks, including cybersecurity attacks and hardware inefficiencies.
In this post, we discuss whether it's cheaper to hire a full-time IT staff member or outsource the tasks to a managed IT services provider (MSP) like Capital Network Solutions in Sacramento.