Understanding Network Security

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Understanding Network Security Maximizing Your Business’ Security Businesses are often so concerned with their day-to-day operations that they forget to invest heavily in network security. Others understand the need for comprehensive network security, but have a lenient strategy in regards to their IT, which can be just as detrimental in the event of a data […]

Understanding the Internet of Things

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Understanding the Internet of Things Is your business ready for it? As technology grows more potent, Internet-connectivity is becoming a more common occurrence amongst consumer goods. In fact, according to Gartner, Inc, a technology research organization, there might be close to 26 billion devices connected to the Internet of Things by 2020. It might be […]

Understanding Business Continuity

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A Well-Structured Continuity Plan Can Save Your Business When the sky is falling on your business, can you make it through the storm? For the average business owner, business continuity is looked upon as a secondary system that is put in place to protect the investments the business has made. Since the platform doesn’t have […]

Understanding Your Virtual Identity: Securing Your Online Security

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Protect yourself from online identity thieves. We often talk about threats to business infrastructures, but the point stands that these same threats make advances on individuals as well. If enough personally identifiable information is stolen, a hacker could completely lift the identity of a user to take out loans, hijack credit card numbers, and even […]

Understanding Shadow IT – Threats of Unauthorized Software

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Unauthorized software can be a major pain for network administrators. When a business sets out to add to their IT, they often choose the solutions based on their immediate needs. This is because when trying to look to the future an organization cannot know what obstacles will pop up. For this reason your organization’s IT […]

Understanding Ransomware


Understanding Ransomware What You Need to Know About the Malware that Hits Your Data, and Then Your Wallet Cyber criminals have no shortage of tools at their disposal in their attempts to abuse and take advantage of those they set their sights on. Recently, however, it seems that more and more of them select ransomware […]

Understanding Automation – How We Leverage Automated Services


Understanding Automation – How We Leverage Automated Services The strategic use of automation allows us to protect your business from harm. Business technology is the bane of the modern worker. No matter how well-intentioned the members of your staff are, when they have computer troubles, it complicates everything they are trying to accomplish. This, in […]

Understanding General Data Protection Regulation Compliance


Understanding General Data Protection Regulation Compliance In April of 2016, the European Union Parliament and Council voted to replace Data Protection Directive 95/46/ec and enact an overreaching data security regulation named the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The law will go into effect in the May 25, 2018 and be the primary law regulating how […]

Understanding Blockchain

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Understanding Blockchain The Technology Behind Cryptocurrency Will Do Much More In Time. There are enough new technologies today that it can be hard to keep up with all of them. One technology that is leaving a lasting mark is blockchain. The technology behind the ever-popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin (and every other cryptocurrency), is quickly becoming a […]

Understanding Sarbanes-Oxley Act IT Compliance

Get a SOx-Compliant Infrastructure

IT Compliance for Accountants For accountants that deal with publicly owned companies, ensuring your IT infrastructure is SOx-complaint is a must. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act was adopted as law to ensure that investors have reliable data in which to make their financial decisions. The law was, in large part, a result of the accounting scandals that […]

Understanding Bring Your Own Device

What is BYOD?

Mobile Strategies: Bring Your Own Device The proliferation of security measures in response to the introduction of outside device access of your organization’s network is paramount for thorough network security. In a world where seemingly everyone has a device that they bring everywhere, how can you make this trend work for your business while keeping […]

Understanding the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard

Transfer Sensitive Information Properly

Understanding PCI DSS NuTech Services provides solutions for companies searching for a secure interface in which to transfer sensitive information. Does your business accept credit cards? Do you need it to? In order to open your Michigan area small business up to the enhanced profit potential that accepting credit cards can provide, you’ll need to […]

Microsoft Windows XP End of Life – Upgrade Your IT with Solutions from NuTech Services

Upgrade Windows XP Immediately

Microsoft XP End Of Life To ensure your data and user identities are secure, upgrading immediately makes sense. Microsoft has announced that as of April 8, 2014 support will no longer be available for for their popular Operating System, Windows XP. The world’s biggest software manufacturer has supported the software for 12 years, even though […]

Understanding the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996

Become HIPAA Compliant Today

Understanding HIPAA Laws for the secure and private transfer of individual’s medical information. The nearly instantaneous flow of information is a defining variable of the information age. Many leading companies have established a benchmark of implementing flexible and effective new technologies into their business plan, and just now many small businesses have been able to […]

Understanding Cloud Computing

Learn the Benefits of Cloud Computing

The Definition of Cloud Computing Free yourself from traditional IT with Cloud Services Cloud computing is managed, shared applications, development platforms, or computing infrastructure accessible via the internet. It provides options such as bandwidth and on-demand computing power with flexible capabilities normally purchased as a metered service.