December 27, 2020
Recent Security Breach and Small Business Implications
You’ve probably heard about the recent massive network security breach that affected many governmental organizations (e.g. Unclassified Pentagon Network, Department of Homeland Security, State Department, Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration, Treasury Department), as well as many of the Fortune 500 companies (e.g. Microsoft, Cisco, Intel, and Deloitte). But there are lessons here for small businesses too.
November 30, 2020
Artificial Intelligence for Small Business
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is finally making a real impact on businesses. While most of these benefits have gone to large businesses, applications are now becoming available for small business as well. Here are a few that are already available or will be right around the corner….
October 29, 2020
Password Management in the Cloud Age
If you can remember back to the days of computers before the internet, you probably only had 1 or 2 passwords. But with the explosion of cloud services, the number of passwords has exploded as well. Today, the average person is probably well over 2 dozen passwords. To deal with all these issues a whole new generation of cloud-based password management systems have sprung up. With these, you just type in one password, and it automatically logs into other sites….
October 6, 2020
SpotLink named a 2020 BBB Torch Awards for Ethics Finalist
All of us at SpotLink are both honored and thrilled to be named a 2020 BBB Torch Awards for Ethics Finalist. We pledge to all our clients that we will continue to provide honest and fair services, delivered with integrity and professionalism.
The winners will be named October 28th. Wish us luck!
September 29, 2020
The Changing Landscape of Technology Sourcing
When we started SpotLink over 20 years ago, we tended to recommend products from large technology corporations. (Think Cisco, Symantec, AT&T, etc.) We did this because they came with extra benefits that made it worth it. But the criteria SpotLink uses for what constitutes a "Recommended" product is shifting towards agile niche players.