Hurricane Preparedness Checklist for Businesses

For people living in the southern United States, hurricane preparedness is very familiar. We know when hurricane season starts, and we plan to protect our homes and families should a storm make landfall. But hurricane preparedness doesn’t just apply to our homes; it also applies to our businesses.

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How to Protect Your Personal Information After a Cyberattack

A cyberattack can lead to your personal information, account names, and passwords being exposed to third parties. These people can use this leaked information to open new accounts in your name, access your accounts, or even claim your benefits.

When an attack happens, it’s important to act quickly to prevent your information from falling into the wrong hands and being used for fraud. To protect yourself, follow these simple steps to safeguard your personal information and prevent bad actors from causing mayhem.

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MFA vs 2FA: – Which is Better for Your Business?

These days, it’s essential to ensure the security of sensitive information on the internet. One way to do this is through authentication, the process of verifying the identity of a user. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and 2-Factor Authentication (2FA) are two commonly used methods of authentication that add an extra layer of security to the authentication process. 

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What is Iaas? Understanding Infrastructure as a Service

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Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a cloud computing service that provides businesses and organizations with virtualized computing resources over the Internet. This includes virtual machines, storage, networking, and more specialized services like load balancing and firewalls. With IaaS, organizations can rent these resources on-demand, paying only for what they use rather than having to invest in and maintain their physical infrastructure. 

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Windows Server 2012 End of Support: What You Need to Know

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Windows Server 2012 was a popular server operating system released by Microsoft in 2012. However, on October 10, 2023, it will officially reach its end of life, meaning that Microsoft will no longer provide technical support, bug fixes, security updates, and other related services for the product. This can have significant implications for organizations still running Windows Server 2012, as they may become vulnerable to security threats and unable to resolve technical issues. 

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