Zero Trust Is Your Network Security Hero

Zero Trust Is Your Network Security Hero

Online, anyone can pretend to be someone else. Organizations have learned that to protect their network security they need to shift from “Trust that this person is who they say they are, and verify later” to “Verify their identity first, and then trust them.

Network Security From the Center to the Edge of Your Work Environment

Network Security From the Center to the Edge of Your Work Environment

To be one step ahead of cybercriminals, you need the best network security possible. With IT solutions like secure access service edge (SASE), you’ll benefit from cutting-edge protection against attacks from bad actors.

While SASE is not new, ransomware attacks, the increase in remote work, and the demand for efficiency have contributed to the growth of this new framework of security.

Rethinking New Technology Adoption for 2021

Rethinking New Technology Adoption for 2021

We see this all the time. Too often, organizations get caught up in flashy new technologies and don’t realize it’s a bad investment until it’s too late. Most small to medium size businesses do not have the time or expertise to fully integrate the talent needed to support IT nor do they know whether new technology is going to provide ROI.

As we flip the calendar on a year that has required more pivoting than ever before, the lure of new technology to “fix” what didn’t go right in 2020 can be very strong.

United Way of Kings County Trains for an IT Solutions Victory

United Way of Kings County Trains for an IT Solutions Victory

Darrell Powell, CFO of United Way of Kings County (UWKC), inherited a recurring issue when he stepped into his role: a constant need for IT solutions. The UWKC IT team came to him daily with new problems. With the help of Net-Tech, Powell was able to fundamentally change UWKC’s IT approach.

How Can IaaS Protect Your Building and Data?

How Can IaaS Protect Your Building and Data?

For decision makers in the property management market space, understanding and mitigating future risk is all part of a day’s work. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provides the framework for securing these key processes. But interpreting and managing the risk around complicated IT networks is a headache most professionals would rather do without.

We Don’t Just Take the Keys: The Road to Better IT Solutions Starts with a PTO

We Don’t Just Take the Keys: The Road to Better IT Solutions Starts with a PTO

When working with MSPs, the biggest IT problem many organizations face isn’t technical or software related. It’s an issue of approach. When you’re onboarded by an MSP (Managed Services Provider), they simply “take the keys” to your IT systems, meaning they get all the passwords from the former party and continue to manage a system they didn’t build.

Don’t Downsize, Rightsize Your IT Team

Don’t Downsize, Rightsize Your IT Team

In the last year, most Seattle businesses found themselves needing to pivot their operating strategies. Very few industries have continued to work “business as usual,” and those that survived have had to contend with increased cybersecurity risks and other key network security vulnerabilities due to the transformation of their team and office structure.