Your business needs a technology plan that’s aligned with your particular goals. This means a cookie-cutter one-size-fits-all approach won’t work for you. Instead, it’s better to adopt a scalable technology framework that combines the familiarity and functionality of existing in-house systems with the advantages of a cloud environment.
Every IT manager knows that planning an IT budget isn’t easy. You have to consider an accurate reflection of your business goals, technology requirements, and economic realities.
According to the 2019 Gartner CIO Agenda survey, 2019 IT budgets for digital initiatives, shadow IT countermeasures, and cybersecurity have increased, thanks to the favorable business climate.
Technology rapidly evolves over time, and many small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are migrating to the cloud and experiencing benefits that were never possible before. Before cloud computing, applications and programs were run on a physical PC or server in a company’s buildings.
Spam emails may seem like old news to many, but it's a problem that has stood the test of time. According to a recent report, 14.5 billion spam messages are sent globally every day. Fortunately, many modern email platforms are generally good at screening generic spam.
Picking the right managed security services to meet your needs isn’t a process that happens overnight. You’ll want to look at as many vendors as possible, familiarizing yourself with them to find the right fit. You need a trustworthy partner with sufficient resources, industry expertise, and a strategic approach that aligns and complements your needs.
As far as disasters are concerned, it’s not a matter of if it will happen but a matter of when it will happen. If you are an owner or a manager of a small- to medium-sized business (SMB), you know that surviving a disaster means being prepared. And the lack of security over today’s complex IT systems can be costly and distressing.
For the second year in a row, Prosum has worked with our partners to host workshops for students in the community. Along with Prosum volunteers, our friends at Microsoft and City of Los Angeles gave their time and resources to run workshops for students from Harbor Teacher Preparation Academy, Santa Monica High School, and East Los Angeles College.
When you’ve worked so hard to build your business, the last thing you want is for everything to come crashing down due to a data breach or leak. No matter the size or industry sector of your business, cybercriminals are out in force to exploit any vulnerability to break into your systems.
Being home to Silicon Valley, it’s no surprise that the state of California would come up with its own data privacy regulations. Called the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), this new law will give Californians certain rights regarding their personal data.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on May 25, 2018, and it sets out to protect the rights of EU citizens by giving them greater power over their data and make companies more transparent and accountable in how they deal with sensitive information.