Three Cybersecurity Tips

As the global pandemic took hold, so did many hackers, who used the pandemic as an opportunity to attack businesses and organizations — and they did it in record numbers.

Phishing attacks, where users mistakenly click on a link or download an attachment with malware, spiked by 510% in January-February 2020 alone, according to the 2021 Webroot BrightCloud Threat Report.

Getting Rid of Paper: Business Problem Series

In our Business Problem Series, we tackle challenges big and small with proactive technical solutions. Today, we’re talking about getting rid of paper.

The Problem

Paper is not technology. Paper is exactly the absence of technology, and this is why we need a technology strategy.

Productivity Analytics: Business Problem Series

In our Business Problem Series, we tackle challenges big and small with proactive technical solutions. Today, we’re talking about productivity.

The Problem

So we're all in this work-from-anywhere environment. Some of us are working from home, some of us are working in the office, and some of us are going back and forth between the two.

Working From Anywhere: Business Problem Series

In our Business Problem Series, we tackle challenges big and small with proactive technical solutions. Today we're talking about how to safely work from anywhere.

The Problem

With everything going on in the world, many people are working remotely these days, some are coming back to the office, or doing a combination of both.

Business Problem Series: Booking Bottlenecks

In our Business Problem Series, we tackle challenges big and small with proactive technical solutions. Today we're talking about scheduling.

The Problem

We all waste tons of time emailing back and forth with people asking about our availability. Some even have executive assistants so that they don't have to spend time trying to figuring out a time to meet.

Business Problem Series: Stopping Hackers From Impersonating Your CEO

With so many people working remotely, employees all over are getting tricked by what are referred to as “whaling” emails, where a hacker pretends to be the CEO or CFO of your organization.

Under this guise, the hackers can sometimes trick employees into buying a few hundred dollars in gift cards, or transferring or wiring thousands of dollars to a hacker's bank account.