Four Signs it May be a Scam Email

Scam emails are one of the easiest ways for hackers and other nefarious players to gain access to sensitive data or finances. Individuals are most at risk, but even the most well-trained employees can fall into a carefully laid trap. Amid a worldwide pandemic, cybercriminals are taking advantage of the fact that the focus of…

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Scammers and Hackers Exploit COVID-19 Emergency

The world is in the midst of the greatest health crisis since the Spanish flu. However, that hasn’t stopped scammers and hackers. In fact, unscrupulous players are actually taking advantage of the emergency in several ways. It is therefore important for both employees and businesses to remain vigilant at this time. Robust security measures and…

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Business Continuity and Working from Home

If the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us anything, it’s that crisis can strike at any time. In business, continuing to serve your customers while also protecting employees is a major consideration. Social distancing is an issue for many businesses, simply because appropriate infrastructure and processes do not exist. In a world where it is becoming…

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Are Weak Passwords Putting Your Data in Danger?

Weak passwords are a gateway to your data for bad actors. It is that simple. If you are using passwords that a child could work out, any accessible data is at risk. There are a number of ways that employees and even management can expose access to data-sensitive systems. Good password protection is just one…

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What Are the Top IT Security Challenges for Your Business?

No matter how you look at it, the top IT security challenge for your business is budget constraints. The technology to combat attacks from bad actors is out there, albeit ever changing, but small-to-medium businesses simply cannot afford to implement necessary upgrades. A survey from the Chartered Institute of Information Security showed that 45% of…

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Managing After Holiday IT Downtime

The holidays are an important time when it comes to managing uptime and reducing downtime for most businesses. Downtime applies to both employees and IT systems, with one inevitably feeding the other. The task of ensuring that the business keeps ticking over the holidays is usually within the purview of IT professionals and managers. There…

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Is Your Company Network Secure?

No one has to convince you that nefarious threats to your company network exist. They can attack from many fronts, and with added applications and users comes an increased risk of vulnerability. Keeping your company network secure means protecting the usability and integrity of your network and important data. Both hardware and software technology are…

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Is your Business Vulnerable to Potentially Costly Scam Emails?

Do you think your business is too small a target for email scammers? Take a look in the spam folder of any personal email account and you will likely see a large assortment of scam emails. These emails are targeting ordinary people, without any way for the scammer to know how much those individuals are…

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When More Computer Equipment Results in Reduced Productivity

At ClubDrive Systems, we encounter this scenario all too often. You need to scale your business, so you purchase additional computer hardware and software. However, an investment that should have allowed you to quickly scale your business has, instead, resulted in reduced productivity. For a growing business, it is not unusual for productivity needs to…

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Seven Benefits of Office 365 for Your Business

If you own or run a business that relies on word processing, calculation software and email, you are likely already using Microsoft Office or a similar group of products. For many businesses, the prospect of changing to Office 365 is appealing for several reasons. Scalability, ease of access and security are the main benefits of…

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