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Mobile Device ManagementAs a business owner, you’re likely familiar with locking down the data on your corporate-owned computers. With technologies like disk encryption and strong password policies and other security measures, you can assure that it will be pretty difficult to access data that shouldn’t be accessed.

But what about those computers in your employees’ pockets, the fancy smartphones they carry around? Have they ever used them to access company email, files, documents, calendars, or contacts? It is certainly very convenient and can increase productivity to have access to that data with you at all times. What would happen if they were to lose that phone or if the employee left? Would your data or access to your company’s data fall into the wrong hands?

Not if they were secured by WestonSecureMobile, powered by IBM MaaS360. Previously, if you wanted full control of your employee’s mobile access, you’d have to buy them all phones and lock them down. With WestonSecureMobile, you can allow them to bring their own personal devices and you won’t have to worry.

WestonSecureMobile uses industry-leading technologies to allow your employees to access company resources on their mobile devices securely without putting their personal or your corporate data at risk. WestonSecureMobile is a suite of secure applications that gets installed on your phone that keeps your corporate data access secure and separate from the personal data on your phone. It provides centralized management of the devices, allowing you to selectively control access to corporate data, much as you would with your Windows Server back at the office.

If a phone is lost or an employee leaves, you can wipe and lock down portions of the phone that were accessing that data so the user’s personal data is left alone. It also allows tracking of the devices if they are lost or stolen.

It’s certainly cheaper to allow your employees to bring their own devices. With WestonSecureMobile, you can be assured that bringing their own device won’t compromise your company’s data or put it at risk. Contact us today for more information and pricing.

savemoneyLook around your office: How much of the equipment around you should really be replaced? It’s old, it’s breaking down, it’s slow, it’s causing downtime – there could be a myriad of reasons why it needs to be replaced. But then reality sets in: “Does it all need to be replaced and how am I going to pay for it?” 

HFHILogo PrimaryThe folks at the Bend Habitat for Humanity are great folks. We’ve had the pleasure of working with them for a lot of years, both as volunteers on home builds as well as their IT support team. They’re participating in a local contest where the prize will be a new paint job for their reStore. While all the non-profits that are participating are great organizations, we have a special place in our heart for Habitat for Humanity, having experienced the work they do and seen the joy of home ownership first hand. We’d encourage you to head to Webfoot Painting’s Facebook page and like the Habitat for Humanity video.

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2016 Gift Guide for Geeks

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GiftIt’s that time of the year again! With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time for another gift guide for geeks. The 2014 Gift Guide and 2015 Gift Guide both still have a bunch of great ideas there that are still worth reading through. With a bit of help from the folks around our office, here are some toys and fun things that would be bound to please folks who are like the folks around here.

healthcareIT2A hospital in the UK was hit with ransomware and had to cancel surgeries and operations . Could your business survive if a major part of it was shut down for five days unexpectedly? There are solutions. While ransomware prevention is the ideal primary goal, getting back up and running quickly is paramount to long-term financial stability. Having a good business continuity plan is critical and we encourage you to read our whitepaper on healthcare business continuity.