John and Scott discuss what a Managed Services provider provides.
75:1 Ratio for users to IT personnel
Part time help desk just doesn't work. No one who is good at they do is going to work part time in IT.
What is included?
Monitor event logs
User remote desktop
Hardware control - lock down USB, optical drives, etc.
Content filtering - by device, by role, application blocking, web filtering
Backup is crucial for every organization and individual. Today we discuss a methodology called 3-2-1 backup. A process should be adopted in every organization regardless of the software and hardware you choose.
John and Scott talk about what a VPN is, where it came from.
Should you buy one of the VPN's always advertised on TV?
We also confirm why your IT department may require you to connect to a VPN to their office.
Have you recently upgraded your internet speed but your connection is still less than your paying for? We will discuss the difference between the difference wireless speeds, and things to consider when upgrading hardware at a home or small office.
In this episode, Scott and I talk about what a Chromebook is, when you should buy one, and when you shouldn't. If you are looking for a new laptop, what to get, and what will it cost.
We painting with broad strokes in this podcast, there is a lot of detail we are glossing over in an attempt to keep it simple. We hope you enjoy!
Scott Webster from Androidguys.com and I talk about general security principles that you can apply in this 2019. We will cover passwords, two-factor authentication, Google account security, phone security and a run down of LastPass, our pick of a password manager. We hope you enjoy!