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61 percent of businesses are still running Windows Server 2003, which won't be supported after July. Here's how to capitalize on this and find some new clients.

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Are You Ready for the End of Support for Windows Server 2003?

by Max Schleicher 23. April 2015 08:07
61 percent of businesses are still running Windows Server 2003, which won't be supported after July. Here's how to capitalize on this and find some new clients.
61 percent of businesses are still running Windows Server 2003, which won't be supported after July. Here's how to capitalize on this and find some new clients. [More]

Tossed Data Breach Lawsuit Could Be Good News for IT Pros

by Max Schleicher 21. April 2015 08:01
839,000 customers' data was stolen from an insurer, so why did the judge throw out a lawsuit? This New Jersey data breach lawsuit offers some good news for IT.
839,000 customers' data was stolen from an insurer, so why did the judge throw out a lawsuit? This New Jersey data breach lawsuit offers some good news for IT. [More]

What Uber's Chief Security Officer Hiring Means for IT Startups

by Max Schleicher 17. April 2015 08:12
A quarter of organizations report there's a shortage of IT security professionals, which can present opportunities and challenges for InfoSec consultants.
A quarter of organizations report there's a shortage of IT security professionals, which can present opportunities and challenges for InfoSec consultants. [More]

1/3 of Top Websites Vulnerable to Hacking: What This Could Cost You

by Max Schleicher 15. April 2015 08:03
34 percent of sites have known flaws. IT consultants need to be prepared for the cost of a data breach if a client is hacked. Read this cost estimate to learn more.
34 percent of sites have known flaws. IT consultants need to be prepared for the cost of a data breach if a client is hacked. Read this cost estimate to learn more. [More]

What Happens to Privacy Policies in Bankruptcy?

by Max Schleicher 13. April 2015 07:59
What does RadioShack's bankruptcy have to do with IT contractors? The company's data privacy struggles and privacy policy issues offer a few lessons for even the smallest businesses.
What does RadioShack's bankruptcy have to do with IT contractors? The company's data privacy struggles and privacy policy issues offer a few lessons for even the smallest businesses. [More]

3 Real Lawsuits against Small IT Businesses

by Max Schleicher 10. April 2015 08:08
In these three lawsuits, developers and IT contractors were sued for thousands of dollars, even though they did nothing wrong. Here's what you can learn from their bad luck.
In these three lawsuits, developers and IT contractors were sued for thousands of dollars, even though they did nothing wrong. Here's what you can learn from their bad luck. [More]

Report: 70% of Last Year's Data Breaches Should Have Been Prevented

by Max Schleicher 9. April 2015 07:54
70 percent of data breaches occurred because of vulnerabilities that were at least a year old. Here's how to avoid the risks that come with clients using unpatched IT.
70 percent of data breaches occurred because of vulnerabilities that were at least a year old. Here's how to avoid the risks that come with clients using unpatched IT. [More]

Uber's Data Breach & Frivolous Lawsuits against Tech Businesses

by Max Schleicher 8. April 2015 08:00
Uber accidentally posted a secure key that allowed someone to access the data for its 50,000 drivers. Here's what IT pros can learn from Uber's legal trouble.
Uber accidentally posted a secure key that allowed someone to access the data for its 50,000 drivers. Here's what IT pros can learn from Uber's legal trouble. [More]

Most of Your Clients Don't Understand State Data Breach Laws

by Max Schleicher 7. April 2015 08:00
Only 33 percent of small-business owners were very confident they knew state data breach laws. Our customer education kit can help clients understand their local laws.
Only 33 percent of small-business owners were very confident they knew state data breach laws. Our customer education kit can help clients understand their local laws. [More]

Can Kill Switches Boost Security for Your Clients?

by Max Schleicher 6. April 2015 08:58
With mobile theft down 40% among phones with kill switches, IT consultants should make sure their client's devices are equipped with these security options.
With mobile theft down 40% among phones with kill switches, IT consultants should make sure their client's devices are equipped with these security options. [More]

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