The term “cloud” is kind of nebulous (see what I did, there?). “The cloud” is a more logical concept than an actual thingy. When you put a bunch of your music and pictures into your Dropbox or Google Drive account’s storage, you are using Dropbox’s or Google’s cloud – servers they maintain at a secure facility somewhere and let folks login to their account and use on strictly defined terms. Cloud.
A moment’s web search suggests that an average office worker receives over a hundred emails a day and sends around forty business emails daily. Some of those emails will be bogus, but we are all working so hard. We are stressed and busy. How can we tell if something is legitimate?
If you stop and think, you will be very hard to trick. Here are some easy and specific things anyone can do to prevent being suckered.
The lingo sounds fancy but it's quite simple! A managed service provider, also known as an MSP, is a third-party company that is responsible for a predetermined set of day-to-day tasks or services. In the context of information technology an MSP will traditionally manage and monitor an organizations network. An MSP will also typically provide support, much like an in-house IT staff. MSP companies have multiple professional employ...