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News: U.S. Businesses Neglect a Major Information Security Risk

We focus so much on digital security, but do we focus enough on the confidential and personally identifiable information on our PAPER documents? The seventh annual Shred-it Information Security Tracker Survey, conducted by Ipsos, reveals that with the move towards a “paperless” office, U.S. businesses are not prioritizing the management of confidential information in all […]

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The Experience: Dell Showcases the Power of Technology at SXSW 2017

Dell made a splash at the 2017 SXSW festival, hosting an interactive 4-day pop-up called “The Experience” which allowed visitors to explore the latest Dell innovations, including virtual reality, security, open source, entrepreneurship, and creativity. Attendees interacted with cutting-edge technology related to music, video, and gaming, and listened to thought-provoking sessions like “How VR Could […]

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Smart Cybersecurity Dials Down Danger

Gosh. Seems a month doesn’t go by without a new story about hackers breaching some computer system. These stories, paradoxically, can numb people—including small CPA firms—to cybersecurity risks. But that’s unfortunate for a couple reasons. First, security risks continue to grow.  Second, and maybe more actionable, you can take concrete steps to dial down your […]

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Is Your Data Secure When You Rent Cars?

Use a rental car for business or pleasure, and you’ll enjoy the expected conveniences of modern personal transportation: automatic headlamps, power accessories, a navigation system and connectivity. The last feature, though, should never be taken for granted: When you link your mobile device, your information may be stored and read by others long after you […]

Storms Are Here and More Are Coming. Is Your Business Ready?

During the month of September, commonly referred to as National Preparedness Month, we are reminded of the many types of weather-related potentially disastrous events — hurricanes, tornados, wildfires and winter storms. The average business loses $5,000 per hour when they are down. While many businesses have experienced power outages or flooding caused by natural events, many business […]