What does an IT support company actually do?

Whilst you might think that the work of an IT support company is technological witchcraft, what an IT support company, like Raptor IT Consultants, actually does is relatively easy to understand. Keeping you connected, 24/7 An good IT support company is integral to the success of your business. An IT support company will be ableContinue reading “What does an IT support company actually do?”

Research Security Tech IBM Study: Data Breaches a Growing Risk for Small Business | 2019

Smaller companies have higher breach-related, per-employee costs than larger organizations. An annual IBM security breach study released today (July 23, 2019) reveals that the cost of a data breach has risen 12% over the past five years and now costs $3.92 million on average. These rising expenses are representative of the multiyear financial impact of breaches, increased regulation and theContinue reading “Research Security Tech IBM Study: Data Breaches a Growing Risk for Small Business | 2019”

Raptor IT Consultants offers comprehensive IT support & managed services for Sacramento businesses

Hiring an outsourced IT company can be a tricky task as traditional IT service providers only offer a limited scope of services & support; ultimately requiring multiple IT service providers to manage the business network comprehensively. Some will support the servers and desktops, others telephones and internet connectivity, and again others to manage your websitesContinue reading “Raptor IT Consultants offers comprehensive IT support & managed services for Sacramento businesses”

From Homes to the Office: Revisiting Network Security in the Age of the IoT

Article originally published on September 23, 2019 by Trend Micro: The internet of things (IoT) has gone beyond the walls of the “house of the future” and is quickly finding its way into businesses, as many enterprises have come to recognize its potential in providing a myriad of solutions for their growing needs. Taking advantageContinue reading “From Homes to the Office: Revisiting Network Security in the Age of the IoT”