As you oversee your business, there is a lot that you’re going to have to manage - including how much access your employees have to the data you have collected and generated throughout your operations. An access management policy can help you to accomplish this. Here, we’ll review a few key features you need to include in your strategy.
Securing employee mobile devices is an uphill battle because let's face it, they're going to surf the net on their phones. Especially if the phone is a device they bought with their own money for personal use. There is a great deal of controversy in going through the necessary steps to maintain a secure mobile connection on employee-owned phones which is why so many businesses have decided to provide company phones for work use instead.
Fortunately, if you've decided to go this route, you do have the freedom to take the necessary steps to keep these mobile devices secure. This way, your employees will be able to work remotely from their phones (and tablets and laptops) without encroaching on their freedom to do what they like with their own devices. Today, we're here to outline six reliable methods to secure company-provided mobile devices and keep them secure.
Quick - when was the last time your routers were updated? Not sure? How about your servers, or every other piece of technology in your office?
The truth is, maintaining a business’ IT requires more than just running a virus scan every once and a while, or updating a mission-critical program on each workstation. It requires an in-depth understanding of each component and its history, assisted by the use of specialized tools and extensive record-keeping.
We’re always trying to get our message out, sharing how our services can bring value to just about any kind of business - including nonprofits and municipalities - seeing as just about every business today relies on technology to some degree. Here, we wanted to demonstrate how that value can present itself through managed services.
Businesses have a variety of communications to manage, including their internal ones. For many, this may be put on the back burner, as they prioritize their operational and sales-encouraging communications. However, internal communications are just as crucial, which is why we’re going over some of your options here - and how you need to use them.