Ciprian Managed IT services bring security, stability, predictability, and reliability to your technology environment. It’s about planning your IT and security spending strategically and maintaining your equipment proactively so you can prevent major problems before they occur. All that helps keep your systems working at their best while reducing your business risk. As your managed services provider (MSP), we take ongoing responsibility for securing, monitoring and maintainin
Did you know you could save money every year by paying an IT service provider to proactively manage your computer systems? Rather than paying someone hourly rates whenever something breaks down―and incurring unexpected costs―businesses operating with a managed IT service arrangement pay one monthly bill that fits their business needs. That means more predictable costs―and more accurate budgeting. Have a question? If you have any questions please comment below or email us dire
Businesses must be agile to handle the fast pace of change in the marketplace and to meet evolving consumer demand. More and more, that organizational agility is tied to business technology. Meeting with your managed services provider once a quarter helps you achieve the IT flexibility and resources you need to take advantage of business opportunity when it presents itself. Your goals for the next quarter are dependent upon the technology that supports your processes. Do you
A good example of two-factor authentication is when you are getting ready to check out at your local grocery store, you insert your debit card into the card processing machine and request you to enter your pin #. Without the pin number, your debit card will not process even though the card is plugged in or swiped. Another great example is when you go to the gas pump and insert your debit card, and prompts you to enter your zip code or your pin number. That’s another example o
10 Things to Watch for:
With the uptick in ransomware infections that are often instigated through phishing emails, it's crucial to take proactive measures to help protect the organization’s security.
1) Don’t trust the display name of who the email is from.
Just because it says it’s coming from a name of a person you know or trust doesn’t mean that it truly is. Be sure to look at the email address to confirm the true sender.
2) Look but don’t click
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