Entries by KME Systems

A quick guide to landing the right co-managed provider

What does it take to hire a co-managed IT provider? Well, not much. But you have to understand the need for a co-managed partner in the first place and what they bring to the table. It’s essentially matching the right provider with your IT team and business requirements.

Signs It’s Time to Switch Managed Service Providers

A managed services provider should serve as an invaluable partner that enables your employees to work more effectively and supports business growth. Is your IT service provider bringing true value to your company? If not, it’s time to switch to an MSP that delivers tangible benefits.

Top 4 tips for switching IT providers

Choosing a managed IT partner to suit your business is no easy task. But remember, you can always switch to a new provider if you get it wrong the first time. The important thing is to review each potential candidate based on your expectations critically.

The business advantages of cyber incident response training

Have you trained your employees to respond to cyber incidents? If not, you risk incurring avoidable damages to your business in case of an attack. Bring your entire staff on board with cyber incident response planning to ensure company wide threat awareness and preparedness.

Biggest mistakes you can make when buying Bitcoin

The web is full of success stories about investors making millions from Bitcoin trading. As it turns out, this is not just a case of “too good to be true” – you can genuinely earn decent returns through crypto investments. The only catch is, you have to tread cautiously.

The beginner’s guide to cryptocurrency

This article introduces the subject of cryptocurrencies and how they work. It also lists the major cryptocurrencies and why more people and companies are investing in them. Finally, the article tries to explore the pros and cons of investing in cryptocurrencies.

Cybersecurity trends for 2021

Remote work, supply chains and the Internet of Things have brought an expanding cyber attack surface. 2021 will see continued threats and responses from these entry points. Cybersecurity is more important than ever as organizations and critical infrastructure face ransomware and other threats.