It’s safe to assume that the average computer user is somewhat aware of the notion of cyber threats and computer security. However, there exist threat areas that are so obscure that even professionally trained security experts are just coming to grips with their true scope.
Businesses that decide to invest in a cybersecurity strategy know that it is their first line of defense against a potential cyber attack. In our previous article, we discussed why businesses should allocate cybersecurity funding to their permanent budgets. One incredibly alarming statistic showed that 60% of small to medium-sized businesses had ceased to function after becoming victims of cyber attackers.
Every day, 21st-century cybercriminals are discovering a myriad of new methods to make crime pay. Over the course of the past couple of years, ransomware has been the go-to method for online criminals looking to secure an ill-gotten windfall. Though ransomware continues to pose a significant threat
Any business leader with prior experience in a corporate acquisition or investor due diligence process knows all about the extreme detail of scrutiny that gets applied, to ensure the company or assets being purchased are
Experts are warning of a particularly virulent malaise known as software deficiency. While not exactly threatening to human life, software deficiency will slow the pulse of your organization. Symptoms range from mild to severe and are usually noticed in others around before you realize you have the deficiency yourself. Symptoms are often masked or mistaken for something else but nearly everyone exposed to this affliction will experience continuous headaches. Your company will also
Time is money. Time is a resource. On demand, on time, real time, response time—all of these terms leaked into business vernacular for a reason; to save time is to save money by becoming more responsive. Saving time and money gives your company a competitive edge. After all, it's always the horse with the fastest time that wins the race and seizes the purse.
Imagine driving your car without a dashboard. Envision a mechanic who doesn’t have a diagnostic tool to provide a detailed report of a vehicle’s mechanical health.
Ever watch an episode or two of the Jetsons? It’s an animated view of a futuristic world that has its entire business and domestic processes automated. Literally, everything is automated from having robotic pets to vehicles that fold themselves into briefcases. In the world of the Jetsons, automation meant that dropping your kids off to school was not a figure of speech.
Compare custom software development side-by-side with the Olympic Games, and you’ll find a recurring theme of Gaining The Competitive Edge. Today more businesses are choosing custom mobile software as the premier computing athlete when their businesses first dive into the pool of innovative Information Technology. And, just as an athlete trains for a specific event, custom mobile software is tailored to perform specifically to your company’s unique needs.