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Top 5 business continuity errors

Business continuity plans are designed to protect an organization’s critical data in case of a crisis, but employees are also a part of that equation. If you want a strong business continuity plan, it’s imperative you avoid the following mistakes. Mistake #1: Failing to plan for employees Companies that survive unexpected incidents are the ones […]

Computers for a small business: Laptop vs. desktop

As an entrepreneur, you’ve got your hands full making choices that can make or break your company. One important decision is choosing your small- to mid-sized business’s (SMB) computer hardware, whether you should invest in desktops or laptops. The following are valuable considerations on how to make the best choice between the two. Portability Modern […]

Facebook marketing mistakes to avoid

Over the last few years, the number of Facebook users has been growing at an astounding pace, and many businesses are advertising on the platform to better reach and target their audiences. Yet plenty of Facebook advertisers have been burned by low engagement, high costs, and negative feedback from followers. To avoid these issues, you […]

Top considerations when collecting customer data

Businesses are collecting, processing, and storing data at a breakneck pace, and it’s increasingly difficult to keep up. Despite the importance of business intelligence, it’s important to collect data that is actually useful and relevant. A few essential tips will prevent the most common challenges. Before we jump into our tips for data collection, we […]

The Deep and Dark Web: What You Should Know

The deep web and dark web are two dramatically different things even though they are related. Here are a few things to consider to keep your information safe online.

What is the deep web?

The deep web is a part of the World Wide Web that holds content that doesn’t have a permanent URL. This means it is behind a paywall, password protected or dynamically generated.

What NOT to Do After a Breach

Has your security been breached? Here’s a few pointers of what NOT to do.

1. Do NOT improvise.

Your company deserves the best. In the event of an attack you may be tempted to try to fix things yourself on the fly. The last thing you need is to waste time trying to organize a recovery plan.