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3 Ways to Prepare For Reduced Holiday Staff through IT

Technological devices are made to improve convenience with each upgrade. Unfortunately, more convenience can come with more risk. For example, users look for features such as Bluetooth connectivity when shopping for laptops, phones, smartwatches, etc. Businesses also look for similar features to make it easier for employees to stay connected. The Bluetooth feature increases risk for a cyber security attack: Bluesnarfing.
Starting off the year ahead of the competition can help your business excel through 2018. It is important to get a fresh start and use your experiences from last year to improve your technology, processes, and strategy. We have created a list of tips that will help put your business in a better place.
Technology is present in almost every aspect of our lives, so why not give it as a gift? With holiday season in full swing, we've prepared this guide to find the best 2017 holiday tech gifts, all under $50. 
Businesses are susceptible to a ransomware attack at any moment from any department. When someone in the office opens a disguised attachment, it could put the entire business at risk. Even someone from HR thinking they are opening a resume of a potential hire could pave the way for a ransomware attack. 
Hackers are constantly finding new ways to hack into businesses, putting corporate data at risk. There's recently been a phishing attack going around that takes users to a fake Office 365 login page in order to capture username and password data.  Using Los Angeles IT support, your organization can prevent attacks like this, especially if employees are trained to identify potential cyber-attacks. Employee training and education are the most effective ways to prevent attacks. 
Double exposure of businessman hand showing leader on server background as concept-053781-edited.jpeg Many business executives fail to acknowledge the risk of a cyber attack. Whether they think their business is too small or their data isn't valuable, they are wrong. Cyber criminals target businesses of all sizes. Even if you think your data is useless to a third party, it is valuable to your organization and this value will be used against you during an attack. Here is a checklist for small businesses to mitigate cyber security risks. 
5 Audio Visual Checks Before a presentation If you have an upcoming presentation and want it to run as smoothly as possible, you should check to make sure these following 5 things are in order before you begin. Whether you are presenting in-house or at a third party venue, these 5 audio visual checks will help to ensure a presentation without technical difficulties.
Tricks to Improve Security Every person and organization is at risk of a cyber attack, even IT experts themselves. In order to protect their computers and secure their computers, IT professionals use various tips and tricks. Take a look at the following tips and incorporate these strategies in your organization in order to secure computers.
4 things you shouldn't do when running network cable Network cabling is essential for data transfers throughout an organization. In order to transfer data between computers, routers, switchers, and storage area networks, network cables are used as the carrier. Network cabling mistakes can cost a company thousands of dollars, and generally is caused by a few fundamental errors. Take a look at the following list of things you shouldn't do when running network cable.