Just like any issue around a home or business, there is a wide range of degrees of seriousness with which you can respond. From ignoring it to calling in emergency services, it is sometimes difficult to identify the severity of a problem. Thankfully, when it comes to computer problems, Keeran Networks is here to offer some friendly advice. Keep reading for our assessment on the advantages and disadvantages of doing it yourself versus calling in the pros.
Just like a vehicle, a property or almost any valuable investment, it is important to have your network professionally inspected on a regular basis. Unless you are an expert with unlimited free time, network assessment is complex and time-consuming — which is why we here at Keeran Networks are happy to help. Not convinced? Keep reading for our top five reasons to get your network assessed.
In our world of smartphones, satellites, and short message services, it can be hard to imagine a time when communication was analog. While we often lump the creation of the internet together with things like audio compression and digital video, these were separate areas of research before one idea unified them: the transmission of voice between two internet protocol (IP) addresses.
Cybersecurity for Law Firms
With a more digital workplace, it would be easy to assume that all of life’s problems would just disappear. After all, all of your employees’ files, customer information, and company details are just a few mouse clicks away. However, issues concerning technology can arise at any moment. These issues can delay employee productivity, causing unnecessary stress and can often lead to misunderstandings. Here are the three most common technology problems that impact business productivity.
Managing a law firm is a lot of work. Lawyers have enough to deal with without worrying about the state of their technology and keeping up with current cybersecurity trends. Outsourcing your law firm’s IT services means you can focus on lawyering again.
Bringing on a Managed Service Provider (MSP) to handle all of your law firm’s IT services to assume partial or full responsibility can bring many benefits to your firm.
There’s no doubt that peoples’ inboxes have been inundated with emails referring to GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).