Are you tired of settling for barely-there IT support for your business? You shouldn’t have to deal with less than the best when it comes to your IT business infrastructure.
Phishing emails are an expected part of work-life for adults – but what about at school? University students are being targeted by cybercriminals at an increasing rate.
Your IT services partner should always be proactively looking for ways to improve your business operations. Need help finding a trusted IT team to support your needs?
Despite all the Internet can do, it tends to work based on the assumption that all users have the same level of given abilities. But that’s not the case – there are users with varying degrees of sight and other abilities, and they need to access information on the Internet as well.
Your website needs to be accessible to a range of potential users with disabilities, as part of your compliance with the American Disabilities Act. Failure to do so won’t just limit your potential client base – it can also mean you’re liable for legal damages as well.
The Rockville Centre school district in Long Island, New York was hit with Ryuk Ransomware this summer. The ransomware encrypted files on their server and they had to pay nearly $100,000 to unlock their data.
What is the CPACC Certification? Individuals who are Certified Professionals in Accessibility Core Competencies have demonstrated a thorough grasp of three areas: The disabilities that must be taken into account when designing an accessible website The principles of accessible design The laws and best practices surrounding the design and ongoing maintenance of an accessible website […]