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Tabush Group's Cloud & Managed IT Blog

Do You Need Cybersecurity Insurance?

Cybersecurity breaches are consistently increasing in frequency, and businesses, especially those who handle sensitive information, need to be prepared. Virtually everyone employs safety measures such as firewalls and anti-virus software as the first line of defense. However, when a breach does occur, your business may incur financial losses and be liable for any damages to third parties. Cybersecurity insurance can protect your firm from the fallout of a data breach, mitigating losses and damages.

Backup and Business Continuity: Is Your Law Firm Prepared for a Natural Disaster?

The wide-scale destruction wreaked by Hurricane Ian is a stark reminder that firms need to be prepared for a natural disaster. If a hurricane, tornado, earthquake, blizzard, flood, fire, or gas explosion destroyed or rendered your offices inaccessible, does your firm have a plan in place to ensure recovery of your data and continuation of your operations?

6 Reasons to Use Desktop as a Service

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) has been growing in popularity over the past several years, with an even greater focus since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. DaaS moves desktops and servers to the cloud, providing easy, secure access to your company’s files and applications from any device that is connected to the internet.

Tabush Group's Readiness Plan for Coronavirus

At Tabush Group, we are closely tracking the developments and recommendations of the CDC and other experts regarding coronavirus (COVID-19).  The health and safety of our employees and clients is of the utmost importance.

Your Law Firm is Evolving. So Should Your IT.

The business of owning and running a law firm constantly evolves, but has seen vast change, particularly over the last few years.

Disaster Prevention Checklist

A disaster in the IT world comes in many forms – natural disasters, ransomware, a cyber breach, and acts of terrorism, just to name a few.  These disasters disrupt normal business and can ultimately have severe and expensive consequences on a company’s reputation and bottom line.

The bad news is many companies think these disasters can never happen to them and don’t take the proper precautions; the good news is that prevention of many disasters is attainable, and planning ensures that when there is a disaster, your company is prepared to get back to business as usual.

Security is Not Just a Worry for the Enterprise

Equifax, one of the 3 largest credit agencies in the U.S., last week revealed a security breach which compromised over 140 million individuals’ personal information. While this is not the largest security breach ever in the US, because of the data that was taken, it has the potential to be the most severe, evidenced by the resignation of the company's CEO and the "retiring" of both their CIO and CSO (chief security officer).

When Disaster Strikes: What do extreme weather predictions and clouds have to do with one another?

To clarify the title of this post, I’m referring not to clouds up in the sky, rather the ones that live here on land, in data centers across the country and around the globe, and store our digital lives, from music and photo collections to critical business information and applications, better known as cloud computing.

Data Backup for Small Law Firms: 7 Important Things to Remember

 

Having helped create, implement, manage, and restore backup and disaster recovery plans for dozens of firms, the good news is that a solid backup plan is very doable; the bad news is that it’s not as simple as you may think. Here are some experience shares and reality checks.