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Ransomware attacks have increased exponentially, causing loss to businesses worth billions of dollars each year. Though there are ways to recover from a ransomware attack, “Prevention is better than cure” is the best way to minimize financial loss and damage to your company image. ‘Dealing with ransomware’ can fill a whole book and can seem complicated. So, we have put together a list on the basics for dealing with ransomware and how best to protect your business and personal information.
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Move over the keyboard; the Digital Pen lets you do much more than the usual keyboard and standard computer, giving your productivity an extra boost. Of course, you will need apps to make the maximum use of your Pen. You can choose from the scores of apps out there based on your requirements. We have put together a list of the best apps to help you get started.
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Businesses across industries and size are moving towards cloud computing. Market studies have already shown that businesses who moved to cloud computing have experienced improved revenue growth. Most people using Google Drive, Gmail, Facebook do not even realize they are using cloud-based applications. However, many businesses still hesitate to move away from a traditional way of operating. We have listed out below the advantages of cloud computing that address the common concerns that businesses usually have.
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Managed Services have been around for over two decades now. But with increasingly complex technology and automation of business processes, Managed IT Service is no longer just “desirable,” it is unavoidable and important for any business. So, what is a managed service? In simple terms, your IT functions and applications are managed by a third-party service provider. Your managed service provider (MSP) is responsible for the maintenance and daily functioning of your business applications and supporting your end-customers, leaving you free to concentrate on your core business competencies.
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