Being Ready for a Corporate Crisis

Imagine you’re a top executive at a company hit by a major crisis within the last 72 hours. First, and most importantly, there may have been serious damage to the community ...

The Actual Price of Slow Computers

Do you ever sit in front of your desktop or laptop while it is running extremely slow and wonder how much is this really costing my company? A study suggests, that the average worker will lose more than 5.5 workdays ...

Cybersecurity Tops ECRI’s List of Top 10 Health Technology Hazards

Earlier in the week I wrote about how the airline industry needs us. Well, it would appear the healthcare field does as well. ECRI Institute has published its annual Top 10 ...

Keeping the Lights On: Wifi for Network Continuity

Today's businesses rely on technology now more than ever before. Cloud-based applications and mobile accessibility keep things moving - as long as they're working property. At the heart of all technology is the network. Without a network, business grinds to ...

The Difference Between Backup and Business Continuity

Data protection solutions are essential for businesses of all sizes to implement, regardless of size, industry and geographic location. Thinking about data backup is a good first step. Business continuity is equally important to consider as it ensures your organization is able ...

"But Really - Why Should I Hire Hoola Tech?"

In previous blog posts, we've covered MSPs and what they can do for small businesses. You're probably thinking that managed service providers sound great, sure, but does Hoola live up to the hype? Yeah we do!! Here's a little bit ...

Meltdown and Spectre: What You Need to Know

By now, you’ve probably seen two names swirling around every industry news headline. These, of course, are Meltdown and Spectre; two critical vulnerabilities found in current CPUs from Intel, AMD and ARM. On Wednesday January 3, several researchers disclosed the security flaw ...

IRS Warns Against Email Tax Scams

The holidays are over and tax season is on the horizon. For many it's a season of paperwork and stress. For scammers, it's a season ripe with opportunity. The IRS is warning consumers to be on the lookout for email ...

How MSPs Can Prevent Ransomware Attacks

By Chris Bruneau The growing ransomware threat presents an opportunity to protect business-crippling attacks while generating more profit. A proper ransomware protection strategy requires a three-pronged approach, including education, security, and backup. Check out a few key points below: Education: Education is ...

5 Ways to Secure Wifi Networks

By Eric Geier, Network World Wi-Fi is one entry-point hackers can use to get into your network without setting foot inside your building because wireless is much more open to eavesdroppers than wired networks, which means you have to be ...