New Years Resolution For Your Business

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It’s that time of year again. The time has come again to review your networks and computers so you can understand your risk of disaster. We have our own list of 10 questions you should ask yourself concerning your business.
  1. Are you monitoring your windows updates? And how are they affecting your computer(s)?
  2. Do you have security software set up on your computers and servers (antivirus, firewalls)?
  3. Have you updated your computer to Windows 7 or better?
  4. Do you have Windows 2008 r2 server or better running on your network?
  5. Do you backup all your data through images on your computer and server?
  6. Does your network have a local administrator account with a password?
  7. Do you have all your product keys and manage your versions of software?
  8. Is your emergency handbook and kit up to date?
  9. Do you have offsite backup for your critical files and do you have access to them?
  10. Do you have professionals who certify and review your network on a regular basis?
After all those questions, do you still feel secure? If not, you should start thinking of a new year’s resolution to get an IT Audit of your entire network and servers. 
- We create value for customers through delivery of strategic technology staffing and consulting services.
- We help build and supplement organizations by providing introductions to candidates for key positions.
- We develop partnerships with customers, performing detailed analysis, to gain an in-depth understanding of their business and their hiring needs.
The ultimate goal is to have your computer help you run your business and not let your computers control your business.

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