Security used to be so simple for the average business. You installed anti-virus (AV) solutions, trained employees not to click on unknown links, and kept software and websites up to date. For a few low-risk companies, that may still be the case, but the vast majority of small to midsize companies now need to fortify against new, advanced threats that can get around traditional AV. With the rise of more advanced threat vectors and the use of Work-from-Home technologies businesses are facing greater threats to data and workflow and need a different type of protection to mitigate that risk.
Since 1941, the USO has been the nation's leading organization to serve the men and women in the U.S. military, and their families, throughout their time in uniform. From the moment they join, through their assignments and deployments, and as they transition back to their communities, the USO is always by their side.
March is Women’s History Month, a month when we take the time to commemorate and celebrate the often-overlooked contributions women have made to United States history. At Apogee IT Services we take pride in our diversity as a team. At our Toronto location we have worked with Path2CS (Path to Success Program), a results-oriented, non-profit organization and registered charity that helps connect job seekers with employment. As a result of working with them, we hired three strong, hardworking, and motivated women.
At Apogee IT Services, we recognize that tomorrow's leaders are today's students and graduates. We understand the importance of internship opportunities and want to continue to provide emerging young professionals with the exposure and experiences needed to begin considering professional career paths after graduation.
Apogee IT Services announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Apogee IT Services to its Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list in the Pioneer 250 category for 2022. CRN’s annual MSP 500 list identifies the leading service providers in North America whose forward-thinking approaches to managed services are changing the landscape of the IT channel, helping end users increase efficiency and simplify IT solutions, while maximizing their return on investment.
We were only 14 days into the new year when Ukraine was hit with a cyber-attack on government websites. This attack included government websites being knocked out. There was a message left on the foreign ministry website saying “Ukrainians! … All information about you has become public. Be afraid and expect worse. It’s your past, present and future.”
Holiday season always seems to be a peak period for cyberattacks throughout the world for businesses. Unlike employees who take this time off to celebrate the holiday with their family and friends, cybercriminals would argue not only that the holiday season is here, but that the holidays are their favorite time of year. Given that businesses all across the world are out of the office for a few days, many IT networks are unsupervised. This creates the perfect window of opportunity for cybercriminals to hack weak networks.
Windows 11 is finally here and this is just the start of a lot of exciting changes Microsoft is planning to bring in the next year. So what new and exciting changes is Windows 11 bringing?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are taking all the necessary precautions to make sure their employees stay safe and healthy. As a result, the majority of our office workers are working from home. As more employees are required to work from home, the need for technology to keep everybody connected is crucial. One of the ways businesses are staying connected is by Microsoft Teams, a chat-based workspace that brings workers together to collaborate and communicate. Microsoft Teams understands the importance of staying connected. Therefore, they have come out with new features during the month of April that are available for Teams users.