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What You Need to Know to Stop Your Employees From Compromising Your Business Network While Working Remotely
One of the most important things to understand about an era where nearly everyone is working remotely is that at the end of the day, literally any device connected to your office network is a potential vulnerability just waiting to be exploited. You can safeguard your own infrastructure with top of the line, state-of-the-art cybersecurity…
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4 Ways to Make Remote Work Productive During a Global Pandemic
As COVID-19 spreads, many schools and businesses are transitioning to “remote work” situations to avoid large gatherings of people. Some big businesses, like Fortune and Google, are closing offices to protect their employees and slow down the virus’s spread. If you’re facing a potential work-from-home period, and your business isn’t used to functioning outside of…
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The Real Reason Why Dental Practices are Such a Prime Hacking Target… and Why You May Be Next in Line
I consider it a big part of my job at NetLogix – one of the most important parts, in fact – to always stay up-to-date on all the latest happenings with cybersecurity around the world. If you want to beat your opponent, you have to learn to think like them – and in terms of…
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The NetLogix Team is Proud to End 2019 With a Meal Packaging Event for Rise Against Hunger
Participating in the fight against poverty in all of its forms has always been a true goal for the team at NetLogix. With the coming of the Winter Holidays, once again the NetLogix team did it’s very best to bring some joy in the lives of those who are not as privileged or as fortunate…
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IT Budgeting
The Top 3 Reasons Why IT Budgeting is Critical to Your Firm’s Success
Somehow, December is upon us yet again, which can only mean one thing: a lot of businesses out there are currently trying to figure out how to hit the ground running as we move into 2020 in just a few short weeks. Not too long ago, I sat down with a fairly new client of…
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