Although they may or may not appear in the cloak of the local police, there are two forms of ransomware. The first one locks your screen and keeps you from accessing your data and is generally easy to remove with antivirus software (or system restore). The second one is more destructive and begins to encrypt your data, which makes it impossible to view your data even after removing the virus.
It’s safe to say that most large enterprises jumped on the virtualisation bandwagon years ago. Many small to medium companies have also taken advantage of virtualisation, but suprisingly, there are still those with physical servers who have not changed them for a variety of reasons.
How much should you spend on IT? You have computers, servers, internet, document management, voice mail and other types of IT spend, but how do you tell if you are paying too little or too much? Whether you are a large enterprise or a small business, the cost of IT is either a necessary evil or a necessary advantage. Regardless of whether your IT spend is strategic or not, we recommend an annual revuew of IT spend.
With more funding, more participants and more choice combined with a focus on independence and community outcomes, there are three areas of job and productivity growth expected for Australia’s NDIS
The NDIS mainly accelerates a process/funding to the person-centric model. The impact to the non-profit service providers is huge as they now need systems to manage 1000’s of clients, rather than just two (e.g. state and federal governments). The need for service providers to track and report on goals and tasks related to the goals is therefore our 2nd outcome of the NDIS that “most people didn’t know”.
In short, the three end results of NDIS are a more efficient service delivery, greater self-determination for the disabled and huge increase in jobs for disabled and folks in disablity health sector. We’ll go through these three result of NDIS in more detail in this series.
It is important to realise, no matter how much money you throw at preventing virus, trojans, malware or spam, it only takes one internal user to click on the wrong phishing e-mail and your network is compromised. You can lessen the chances of these security breaches by spending more money on better software, however the best cure is alway prevention through education.
Your clients, suppliers or opportunities claim they never recieved your e-mail. You send again. Still not getting through. Your e-mails seem to be lost in the ether. You company has likely been blacklisted. How do you know if you’ve been blacklisted?