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Technology Unwrapped

The most important technology concepts, strategies and actions uncovered for your business.

4 Ways Your Omaha Organization Can Develop a Cyber Security Culture

Kaitlin Schneider
Cyber security threats have only increased in frequency in 2020, and the techniques that criminals are using are only becoming more sophisticated. To protect your business from cyber threats, you need to safeguard your assets with a robust cyber security setup—one that includes numerous layers and defenses.   And, while there are several technological solutions your organization needs to have in place, your first line of defense is actually your staff. 
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Topics: Staff Training, The Workplace, Network Security, Local Omaha News

Why Your Omaha SMB Should Be Conducting Phishing Email Simulations

Kaitlin Schneider
We’ve all heard that COVID-19 phishing scams have seen a sharp uptick in the past few months. That fact itself may not be surprising, considering cyber criminals ramp up their activity anytime major events happen. However, the actual statistics behind the frequency of recent phishing attacks are jaw-dropping.
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Topics: Staff Training, Security Threats, Local Omaha News

Why a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan is a must

CoreTech Staff
Most often, we deal with disasters like ransomware infections or down servers. But lately, Nebraska residents and businesses are combating severe flooding. Although natural disasters are statistically less likely to destroy your tech equipment than malware, we have recently seen firsthand just how devastating natural disasters can be when they do strike. In fact, this image was taken by CoreTech staff member, Mike, near his home this week. When catastrophes like flooding occur, we become ...
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Topics: Owners & Managers, Local Omaha News

Is Your Omaha Business Outgrowing Your Office Space?

CoreTech Staff
Are you a growing small or medium Omaha business? As your business gains traction and expands, you may find yourself running out of physical space for new hires or new equipment. Growing businesses often find that their current facility no longer provides the optimal infrastructure necessary to run their business productively. After all, buildings can only effectively support so many people and so much activity. What factors should you consider when deciding to move your office? Take a look at ...
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Topics: Local Omaha News