The fact that you use passwords to protect your personal property or information does not guarantee protection against hackers. Today, websites with extra security protection are also available, but that does not suggest that you are immune to cybersecurity risks.read more >
From The TCS Blog
No matter how good an employer you are, you will have employees quit, resign, or retire. When an employee leaves the company, you need to go through several steps to help protect the company.
Most of the time an employee departure will be amicable. The employee will give two weeks' notice, which will allow you to start the process of finding a replacement, possibly hiring a temp to fill in during the search, etc. In some cases, it may be less so, especially if you had to terminate the.read more >
Many business owners make a fundamental error when it comes to disaster recovery: they assume that their backups are working. Once those automated processes are set up, they merely assume that they are running smoothly, with few checks to ensure accuracy and capability. Then, the system goes down, or data is needed for recovery. That is when they discover that their backups are inadequate to their needs.
How Often Do You Back Up Your Data?
In general, we recommend that business owners back.read more >
Recently, Tallahassee, FL, fell victim to a cyber attack that cost the city nearly half a million dollars.
This high-profile security breach serves as a model cautionary tale but is unfortunately just one of many costly cyber attacks that target companies, businesses, schools, and cities. Though $500,000 may seem excessive, the average cost of a cyber attack is greater than $1 million. Though hackers show no sign of slowing, understanding Tallahassee's attack can help companies and.read more >
Managed IT leader, Total Computer Solutions together with FBI Special Agent, Adam Scholtz, and Certified Ethical Hacker Garrett Baltezegar will hold a “Cybersecurity Panel Discussion” to address business concerns related to data security on April 11, 2019.
Does cybersecurity concern you? Would you like to know how to make your business safe? Are you worried about data security breaches, but you do not know where to start? Over 94% of data breaches involve small and medium-sized businesses.read more >
Greensboro, N.C.-- March 11, 2019 -- Total Computer Solutions (TCS) is proud to announce that it has been awarded two years in a row the “Best Christian Workplace” certification by The Best Christian Workplaces Institute (BCWI). This award makes TCS, the only Managed Service Provider in North Carolina to have received this award.
“It makes me so happy that we have received this award twice,” said Mrs. Shaun Floyd, Service Manager for TCS. “TCS is a strong company built on a Christian.read more >
How safe is your data? As a business owner, it is crucial that you protect data because the consequences of a breach can lead to the loss of your business. You can have peace of mind knowing that your invaluable data is safely archived and readily available for restoration even after a disaster. Here are five critical backup and disaster questions to ask yourself.read more >
As your organization prepares your IT systems to maintain business continuity, you should understand the type of business continuity solutions available to you and how they differ.
Many organizations hear the term "backup" and believe that refers to a comprehensive, all-inclusive answer to your business continuity needs. That is not always the case. Different systems have different features with various pros and cons associated with each. As you look for your solution, it is critical to.read more >
For small to medium-sized businesses, maintaining your data infrastructure can be challenging. From dealing with equipment to assessing your connectivity, there is a lot to consider. One way to make all of this a bit more straight-forward is through colocation. Simply put, colocation is the process of placing your server hardware within another provider's infrastructure. Your business owns the hardware but relies on the colocation provider's network and bandwidth. Here are a few reasons.read more >
Email is one of the largest IT needs for any company, and the last thing you ever want to hear is "Email is down." When your email servers fail you, then you are left without a major channel for communication with your customers. In today's connected world, customers can be highly impatient and expect responses right away, especially during office hours.
Reliable email, is vital for all companies in all industries. There are essentially two choices for email provision: Hosted or On-premise.read more >