When it comes to keeping your business alive, having a working backup of your data is critical. Without it, your business is at serious risk. A simple thing like a malicious link in a scam email can all bring your business to a halt. Yet backup is an afterthought to many people. Failed backups can go unnoticed and unfixed. I canContinue reading “Your Backup Plan”
Ransomware is hurting your bottom line whether your business gets hit or not. The average ransomware recovery costs nearly $2 million. Businesses are experiencing cybersecurity insurance premiums going up each year. Fortunately, there are ways to mitigate risk and reduce cost. When your business gets hit by ransomware you don’t want to be scrambling, yetContinue reading “How To Reduce the Cost of Ransomware”
Facebook died. Sort of. If you use Facebook you probably noticed it disappeared. Dead. Gone. If you’re not wondering “why should I care?”, here’s why you should: Processes. Redundancy. Backups. Facebook is so big now that when they look for solutions they often select from within their own technologies. So when someone accidentally misconfigured aContinue reading “How Facebook Died”
Zoom is changing their security posture and will no longer support older versions. If you’re our customer you can get back to work. Insource IT automatically keeps Zoom up-to-date so you can keep on working without disruption.
Windows 11 will be available soon. Should you upgrade? Over the past months Insource IT has kept track of the pros and cons of Windows 11 and our verdict is ‘wait’. Too much is still being tested. With Microsoft’s poor track record this year we advise against jumping too quickly into Microsoft’s next release. InContinue reading “Should you upgrade to Windows 11?”