Emails are one of the most critical and predominant business communication channels that exist today. 68% of business leaders feel that their cybersecurity risks are increasing, and 9 out of 10 cyberattacks begin with phishing emails. Email cybersecurity is an ever-evolving practice, and it all changed when AOL began using the term "phishing" in 1996. To this date, there are millions of emails sent every day.
For the legal industry, time is essential to helping clients. If you have an old IT infrastructure, you can't keep up with the demands of the necessary security or space needed to store the volumes of data you utilize. And when something goes wrong with your network or data and you don't have an in-house IT team, you'll often find yourself trying to solve the problem when you really just need an expert on your side.
Your first thoughts about a hotel probably include beds, room service, bellhops and amenities. But, what you rarely see or consider is how important information technology infrastructures are to the hospitality industry.
As our technology revolutionizes, it becomes more and more important for almost every industry.
IT plays an instrumental role in a variety of different sectors and industries. If you’re considering upgrading the security and technology at your manufacturing company, IT can help keep your operations functional and secure.
To help you get started on your IT journey, here are a few ways that IT can add value to the manufacturing industry.
In celebration of CorCystem's 20th anniversary, we’re looking back at technology over the years. How often do you look at your cellphone or office phone and think back to the evolution of phone service?
Let’s take a look back and compare just how different technology has become over the past two decades for both individual users and businesses.
Information Technology Systems are used to meet the standards of operation, while offering full availability, security and performance. In today’s society, corporations are expected to keep up with the continuous changes in IT, so many business owners are choosing a Managed Service Provider (MSP). Here are 5 of the most common industries that should have an MSP.
What Is An MSP?
First off, let’s explore what a managed service provider is.
When disaster strikes, medical groups along with their staff play a key role in emergency response efforts. Natural or human made disasters usually occur in severity, with very little warning, so it’s crucial that your facility stays prepared in all aspects, including your IT.
Having a disaster recovery plan in place to protect patients is a huge priority in the healthcare industry.
Compliance As-A-Service & How It Relates To IT
If your business contains a number of IT assets, then you want to be sure that you are in compliance with the appropriate regulations that follow. In most cases, there is a set of rules and regulations that guide every field where business and technology meet.
When you get involved in business transactions, your company and its employees must follow forms of compliance management to ensure that all rules and legal regulations are being met.
First off, let’s get a basic understanding of what compliance management is.
As your business continues to grow, you may find the United States government is interested in working with you in some shape or form. A government contract can be highly valuable information to acquire, and that means you need to keep your data as safe as possible.