Data loss has happened to all of us. Be it an accidentally deleted picture on a smartphone or a virus corrupting a computer hard drive, the impact of data loss can range from a mild annoyance to an unrecoverable nightmare (just ask any historian about the Great Library of Alexandria and watch the tears being fought back).
Online threats are on the rise! From viruses and malware to doxing and identity theft, engaging in online business has become as dangerous as taking a stroll through a rough neighborhood with hundred-dollar bills sticking out of your pocket. The biggest threat, however, combines all of the above with a particularly sinister motive – ransomware.
- Robert Doty, president and CEO, purchased BlueTie
- Staffing remains unchanged
- Company remains privately held
- Clients can expect BlueTie to continue to provide best-in-class technology services
As a business owner, you want an affordable, secure, high-quality email application that works. That doesn't mean you want to invest a large portion of your budget in expensive, high-maintenance technology. Depending on your business needs, you likely aren’t locked in to purchasing high-priced email products that require in-house professional IT support. You have plenty of choices.
Many small- to mid-sized businesses are turning to hosted service providers as the perfect solution—for functionality, affordability and technical support.
When is hosted email the right fit?
- When you are looking for solutions that are more robust than free email ...
For the past few years Twitter has been on a downward spiral, struggling to create a unique niche in the social media industry while fighting a plateau of user growth and declining revenue. However, with what many are calling a “life jacket” deal, business journal Forbes has recently reported that Twitter is in talks with the Walt Disney Corporation to consider a bid to purchase the company. In the face of stagnant user growth and a failing business model, speculation is abound on a potential Twitter takeover for almost a year, but this is the first true evidence ...