The Shield Act "Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data” Security Act was signed into law by Governor Cuomo on July 25, 2019.
A phishing attack is a fake email designed by cybercriminals to look like it is coming from a legitimate brand or company with the goal to get the user to click a link, download an attachment, or enter their credentials. The reality is that all phishing attacks rely on human interaction and trust. Read through 4 ways you can avoid falling victim to a phishing attack.
SharePoint is a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from any device. It empowers teamwork, enhances collaboration, drives organizational efficiency, and transforms business processes. But how can you use SharePoint? What processes can SharePoint automate?
End of support for Windows 7 is coming up on January 14, 2020. Don't let this date pass you by without action—the impacts to security and costs are too important.
When companies embrace the opportunities presented by the cloud to connect with customers and optimize operations, they also take on new risks. Microsoft's security tools, built for Office 365, help keep data and identities protected.
A good IT Plan not only helps an organization reach its business goals, but it also helps prevent issues. Read through 6 Considerations for Your 2019 IT Plan to help you get started.
This post is a roundup of our security guides, checklists, and blogs that will help you assess your own company’s defenses and educate your entire organization on the important role they play in keeping your company safe and secure.
From manufacturing to accounting, companies are no longer asking if they should move to the cloud. They are asking when they should move—and how to get there. As a top Azure partner, iV4 facilitates Microsoft-funded engagements, including proof of concepts and pilots, for qualified organizations looking to utilize Azure.
Take a look at the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding cybersecurity.
It's no secret that the future of IT is cloud-based subscription services and Microsoft has announced some serious changes coming in 2020. Beginning October 13, 2020, in order to connect to Office 365 you will need to be on Office 365 ProPlus or have upgraded to Office 2019.