June 26th, 2020 by admin
With businesses switching to a remote workforce, their cybersecurity practices need to change in order to keep their networks protected. Hacking attempts have risen dramatically since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and businesses are at a greater risk of suffering a breach. At i-NETT, we have cybersecurity solutions to ensure your company remains protected.
A service we are providing for our customers is cleaning their home computers. Thus far, we have found that 40% of home computers have malware on them. For these infected machines, we perform a remote audit and clean them of any malware before they are connected to your business network. This service will ensure that your business is safe and secure from any dangerous software.
Another issue to consider with remote employees is that each employee needs to be regarded as a new branch location. Your cybersecurity needs to protect their computers to keep your data network safe. We are installing cybersecurity software onto our clients' computers, which will keep them free of malicious software.
Collaboration among your employees can be more difficult than it was when everyone was in the office. To combat this, we offer Microsoft Azure, Teams, and Sharepoint to ensure that communication and collaboration remain intact. These tools provide many benefits for your company, from presence monitoring to real-time collaboration on documents. Additionally, hosting your operations in Microsoft Azure's highly secure data centers will ensure that your company is safe from hackers.
With the COVID-19 pandemic impacting the way Americans are living and working, businesses must adjust to the "new normal." Telecommunications are becoming more critical than ever, and i-NETT is here to assist your company. From cybersecurity solutions to collaborative tools, we can help your company make the necessary adjustments to stay competitive in the current landscape. Contact us to learn more about how our solutions can empower your employees and keep your network safe from cyber threats.