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In today's ever-evolving IT landscape, companies are constantly upgrading their technology to remain competitive. However, with new technology comes the challenge of disposing of old equipment in a responsible and cost-effective way. Furthermore, they want to make the most of their revenue from IT hardware sales and recover the most value from their obsolete IT
As businesses rely more heavily on technology to streamline their operations and communicate with customers and clients, the importance of cybersecurity cannot be overstated. One area of vulnerability that is often overlooked is the Private Branch Exchange (PBX) system. PBX systems, also known as phone systems, allow companies to manage their internal and external phone
The Benefits of Implementing an IT Asset Disposition Program in Your School Technology has become an integral part of the education system. Elementary school districts and higher education institutions rely on technology to deliver modern learning experiences to students and ensure they are well-equipped with the skills they need to succeed in the digital age.
Business-class routers are critical network infrastructure components that connect multiple devices, computers, and servers and provide a gateway to the Internet. These routers offer advanced features such as VPN connectivity, traffic shaping, and enterprise-level security capabilities. However, as with any technology, business-class enterprise routers are not immune to cybersecurity risks. In this article, we will
Since coming onto the market more than a decade ago, iPads have become a popular device for personal and business use due to their portability and versatility. As usage of iPads has increased, there has been a correlating rise in the number of cybersecurity threats aimed at these devices. If your company allows iPads, whether
Part 1 of 3 Announcing layoffs is one of the toughest decisions companies need to make. With more and more companies announcing layoffs daily, particularly in the Technology sector, countless articles and tips on how to personally bounce back after a layoff have been written. However, another side effect of layoffs is often not discussed;
Part 2 of 3 Collecting IT assets from dismissed employees can be a difficult process, but it is important to ensure that the company's security protocols are followed and that the employee's data and information are not compromised. It is best to start by creating a checklist of required items to be returned and use
Part 3 of 3 When you think about moving out of office space, data security isn't always top of your mind; it gets mixed in with what to do with unusable furniture, equipment, workstations, bookshelves, inventory racks, and more. There are many professional service providers available to assist with decommissioning an office, so it's important
The Internet is full of dangers, and one of the most important and commonly overlooked areas of cybersecurity is found within your router. Small routers are often found in homes and small businesses but can also be used in more extensive corporate settings. Small routers are vulnerable to attacks, as well as being used by
Introduction Apple laptops are increasingly powerful, easy to use, and more commonplace in business, retail, and education. More users are choosing to use portable devices for their everyday activities. While these devices may be convenient and affordable, they also pose several security risks that you should be aware of. Their size and portability make them