We wear a lot of different hats here at Capital Network Solutions (CNS). We're an IT support help desk, a managed services provider, a technology consulting firm, a website optimization company, a managed security services provider and a lot more. As of this month, you can officially add "magazine publisher" to the overflowing CNS hat rack. In the first week of December, we will start mailing out the first issue of Business IT Insights, a Capital Network Solutions publication. Click to get a sneak peak at Issue #1.
America's astronauts may have the right stuff, but when it comes to cyber security, NASA has the wrong stuff. That's according to a recent report from the Office of the Inspector General. In this week's data breach news roundup, we look at cyberattacks involving a health provider in Maine, a renewable energy provider in Utah and the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
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.
Running your own in-house IT support team can be prohibitively expensive for SMBs. However, managed services providers (MSPs) are lightening the IT budget burden with a more cost-effective approach to managing your IT needs. Outsourcing your IT support to an MSP like Capital Network Solutions saves you from paying full-time salaries to in-house IT staff. It can also connect you with industry-leading IT consulting expertise for a fraction of the cost of employing a CTO.
It's no secret that a clearly defined agenda is key to a productive meeting, but how else can you upgrade your company's communication? In the downloadable e-book "The Ultimate Meeting Guide: How to Meet Like a Pro," you get understandable and actionable advice for improving the quality and efficiency of your business meetings.
Changing offices is often a sign of success for a business. At the same time, an office move is also one of the complicated and stressful business events you will ever experience. However, there is no more crucial task than a seamless IT transition from the old office to the new. It’s an inconvenience if you don’t get all the office furniture set up in time. But failing to get your internet service set up in time is a potential work-stopper. Few businesses can function properly without access to email and the internet.
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The Ponemon Institute released the 14th edition of its annual "Cost of a Data Breach Report" earlier this month. As you might expect, the numbers do not exactly inspire encouragement. According to the report, the average 2019 data breach cost $3.92 million, an increase of 1.3 percent over 2018. With cyberattacks growing both in volume and devastation, now is not the time to bury your head in the sand. In this week's network security news roundup, we look at data breaches affecting Florida schools, Oklahoma state troopers and the Boy Scouts of America.
Despite the prevalence of malicious cyber breaches, many organizations still fail to prioritize information security. Roughly 67 percent of SMBs experienced a cyberattack last year, but 60 percent of SMBs do not have a cyberattack prevention plan in place. Meanwhile, only 9 percent of SMBs rank cyber security as a top priority, while 18 percent rate it as their lowest priority. At Capital Network Solutions, we try to close this dangerous knowledge gap by collecting and compiling news stories about cyber breaches. In this week's roundup, we look at attacks on the LAPD, the FDNY, and the largest property and casualty insurer in the country.
There are many positives for companies and employees in allowing users to bring their personal devices to work, and the move to BYOD is only set to grow. A report by Global Market Insights found the BYOD market is on course to hit almost $367 billion by 2022, a 10-fold increase since 2014. But that means IT managers need to be on the front foot when it comes to BYOD security.