Security breaches and their business impacts make the headlines frequently, underscoring the need for more stringent security. One in five organizations lost customers as a result of a cyberattack, while nearly 30 percent lost revenue. At the same time, roughly one-third of U.S. businesses reported a data breach of customer information at some point. Meanwhile, 74 percent of IT leaders say that security concerns hold them back from moving to the cloud. "Exposing the Top 4 Myths of Cloud Security (Get Started with Office 365)" is a downloadable eBook that dispels some of the most common misconceptions about the Microsoft cloud.
The cloud, as a concept, still creates confusion: what is it, why does it have to exist, where is it, what should we do differently, and how has it changed how we manage updates? The latter question is a significant consideration for businesses everywhere – are you expected to leave things to manage themselves in the cloud, or do you still have to hit refresh on your hardware?
You only need to look at the explosive growth of services like Microsoft Office 365, Google’s G Suite and Amazon Web Services for evidence of the trend for towards cloud computing. Businesses have a unique opportunity to achieve tremendous cost-savings and revenue growth in this brave new world while developing future revenue opportunities for their firms. But you need to plan for the move to ensure your business benefits from adopting a cloud-based infrastructure. At Capital Network Solutions, we have experience migrating businesses of all sizes to Office 365. If you want to take advantage of everything the cloud has to offer, call CNS to set up a consultation.
More than 1.9 billion records containing personal and other sensitive data were compromised between January 2017 and March 2018. Those data breaches affected companies of all sizes across a wide variety of industries. In this article, we walk you through five simple steps to safeguarding your business data. Ironclad cyber security might seem unattainable for your Sacramento small business, but at Capital Network Solutions, we know how to protect your system from malicious hackers. Call CNS at (916) 366-6566 to discuss ways to bolster your small business cyber security.
Getting ahead of the curve in the tech industry is never easy, but it's becoming more important than ever. To help get you started, Forbes published a detailed list of the 13 biggest challenges facing the IT industry in 2019, including cyber security threats and cloud network issues. At Capital Network Solutions in Sacramento, we have the tools to increase productivity for your company and employees. We can help you stay current, agile, and prepared in the face of progress and change. Contact CNS at (916) 366-6566 to learn more about our managed IT service plans.
Boost employee productivity and ensure a great user experience by exploring all that Windows 10 has to offer. With enhanced features and capabilities, you can be more productive while keeping your data and your network more secure. Click the link to check out the Microsoft IT Showcase PDF, which has useful information on how you can get the most out of your devices with Windows 10. From the new start menu to the search bar to Microsoft Edge, learn about all the features that will boost productivity on your new device. Interested in getting more help with your business IT network? Need assistance securing your employee end-points and Internet-of-Things appliances? Contact Capital Network Solutions today at (916) 366-6566 to find out how we can keep your entire IT infrastructure healthy and safe.
Cyber security tends to rank low on a small business owner’s list of concerns. However, with cyberattacks on the rise and new data privacy legislation on the horizon, doing nothing is no longer an option. Two-thirds of SMBs suffered a cyberattack last year, while the average cyberacttack costs nearly $3 million. Most small business owners aren’t IT experts, so in the interests of education, we put together this list of FAQs related to SMB cyber security basics. When you work with Capital Network Solutions, you don't just get a managed service provider. You get a partner in all things IT.