Keep Your Network Secure
If you’re opening a remote office, or you need to securely access data on your network from outside your office, you should consider implementing a Site-to-Site Virtual Private Network (VPN). VPNs allow companies with remote offices to seamlessly connect those offices. Users in one location have access to network resources in the other office(s), and vice-versa. Of course, access to resources can be limited based on policies either at the VPN appliance level, or at the domain controller level, assuming that a server with domain controller capabilities is installed and properly configured.
Remote Access with Private VPN
For your road warriors, third party services for remote access are great, but a private VPN takes it to the next level. Your users can have access to all of the resources they would when they’re sitting at their desk in the office, without having to relay through a server in some unknown location. Should that employee decide to take a new job at another company, it’s an easy task to revoke his or her VPN access.
On average, only 93% of data recovered from a ransomware attack is usable. This is why it's important to keep your network secure, and to let managed IT experts like Computer Concepts watch and monitor your network.
93% of companies that lost their data for 10 days or more due to a disaster filed for bankruptcy within one year.