Has Your Website Been Optimized for Mobile Users?
Did you know that this year there will be more mobile web surfers than stationary ones? That means more prospects are accessing your business website more through their smart phones, tablets or other mobile devices than with a laptop or PC. If you thought you had time to make the switch this year, you may want to reconsider in light of new research.
Has Your Website Been Optimized for Mobile Users?
Five Ways Your Business Can Improve Its Search Engine Rankings
In an age where most business happens online, not showing up in Google search results can really hurt you. While there’s no real shortcut to showing up consistently on web searches, there are a few quick fixes to get your site to show up on your potential customer’s search results.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month!
Pumpkin spice, Oktoberfest, fall, and online safety – October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. NCSAM is an annual campaign to raise awareness about the importance of performing the best practices of cyber security.
5 Things You Should Do For Effective Network Management
Network Management is the process of administering and managing computer networks and helps keep your business running smoothly. Here are five things you should be doing on a regular basis:
1. Backup Files Every Day - As catastrophic as data loss is, the number of businesses that still are not backing up their network is unbelievable.
Data Loss Can Cause You to Shut Down
Small and medium-sized businesses today can't afford data loss. They are relying more than ever on IT systems to efficiently run their business, support customers and optimize productivity. These systems house sensitive digital data ranging from employee and customer information to internal emails, documents and financial records, sales orders and transaction histories.
Can You Really Afford Not to Have a Backup Plan?
According to Symantec SMB, 50% of SMBs admit to having no backup and disaster recovery plan in place. 41% of those surveyed confessed that they had never even given much thought to implementing a disaster recovery or business continuity plan.
Oviedo, Fla., August 31, 2017 – Intersection Technology Solutions (dba Tech Rage IT), a Seminole County Information Technology firm and Managed Services Provider, was dubbed a Success Story by the Florida Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Seminole State College.
Got Technology Rage? You are not alone.
We have all be there. The computer is extremely slow and not cooperating with your deadline, an officer printer is giving error messages you don’t understand, and your email keeps crashing – and it’s only 9:30 am on Monday.
5 Tips to Prevent a Cyber Attack in the Wake of WannaCry
The massive WannaCry ransomware outbreak caused global panic, crippling thousands of public and private sectors. And until there’s a way to track down the cyber criminals prior to an attack, ransomware will continue to threaten computer users and businesses.
Oviedo, Fla., May 20, 2017 – Intersection Technology Solutions’ (dba Tech Rage IT) Managing Director, Erica Martinez-Rose helped build homes during Habitat for Humanity Seminole County & Greater Apopka’s Women Build Week. On Saturday, Martinez-Rose and her team, Out Making Rain, led by Wendy Sellers of BlackRain Partners, volunteered their time installing drywall on the 4 remaining townhomes at the Magnolia Place construction site in the City of Longwood.
How To Keep Your WiFi Network Secure
Did you know that your WiFi network does not stop outside your office space? It can extend over 300 feet through the air and surrounding areas. And if your wireless access point is not secured, non-employees, cyber hackers and other businesses nearby can access it.
3 Tips For Transitioning to an MSP
More and more small and mid-sized companies are realizing that transitioning to an MSP or outsourcing their IT services can be beneficial. Managed Services Providers (MSP) can handle many functions, such as application support and data center management, which in return, allows internal IT teams to concentrate more on strategic initiatives.
3 Benefits of an Orlando IT Managed Services Provider
For many small-and-medium-sized business owners, it may sound unrealistic to have a full-time IT employee on staff, especially if you are a startup. But without the guidance and knowledge of an IT professional, you might be setting yourself up for unnecessary costs and risks such as malware, network outages, and loss of proprietary data – all of which disrupt your business and can impact your bottom line! However, there IS a solution for SMBs looking to have a fully functioning IT department without the prohibitive costs, and it is called Managed Services.
Any business, large and small, should adopt a disaster recovery plan that sets specific recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO). Our economy is becoming increasingly data-driven, which means that any enterprise is accumulating and utilizing piles of data that need to be archived and easily restored in case of emergency.
What's the Difference Between a Live Lake Nona Help Desk and NOC?
It's no secret that any growing small-to-medium sized business must monitor and manage its business technology in the most cost-efficient way. The tricky part is figuring out how to do this without sacrificing the overall experience of the end-user.
Is Cloud Storage a Backup Solution?
Millennials aren’t the only ones using online and mobile technologies. It’s very likely that every one of your employees is using a mobile device for work purposes or accessing a cloud storage to access corporate documents or emails.
3 Growth Scenarios Your IT Network Needs To Prepare For
Your IT network will face a number of challenges during periods when your business is gaining momentum. The most challenging growth scenarios are related to the number of users accessing your computer network, the number of devices you are connecting, and the number of customers having access to any of your IT assets.
5 Reasons Why Fixed-Cost IT Support Is Better Than Hourly
Every company should have reliable IT support, especially with the rise in ransomware. Unfortunately, very few SMBs can actually afford to onboard full-time helpdesk support or an experienced IT manager.
Full Managed Services: Protection Against Ransomware
There are two types of ransomware attacks that affect home and corporate users. The first type blocks a particular device, cloud service, or account while the second type encrypts the content of a physical or virtual computer device.
The 90s are back thanks to the Pokémon GO app that has grabbed America by their smartphones. Approximately 40% of adults who have downloaded the game are in the 25-and-older category. And 63% of users in the U.S. are female. With so many adults trying to catch Pikachu, chances are you might have employees playing on a personal device used for business communication and transactions.