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Do you worry that the bad guys may be snooping on your phone conversations or computer usage? Your concern could be well grounded. Today’s digital devices enable you and your employees to achieve new heights of productivity -- but they can also enable eavesdroppers to use your tech for their own purposes. Let’s take a look at some of these threats, and how Gravity Systems can help you protect your communication security.

The modern digital workplace offers more opportunities for skilled workers than ever before, thanks to the current generation of assistive technologies. If you want to give differently-abled workers an environment in which they can be as productive as possible, Gravity Systems wants to open your eyes to some of the available enhancements to your  IT system.                                          

Even the most advanced, heavy-duty IT servers and workstations have finite memory limits. When that memory runs out, your computers can grind to a frustrating halt, wreaking havoc with your productivity. Certain programs are notorious memory hogs that won’t hesitate to gobble up your all your free RAM. Fortunately, there are things you can do to fight back against these memory hogs - and our Austin IT support team is happy to help.

There are all kinds of reasons for you to protect your company’s digital data from prying eyes. In addition to the threat of losing precious trade secrets or running afoul of your industry’s client privacy compliance requirements, you run the risk of handing over bank account data, credit card numbers, Social Security numbers and other critical pieces of information. Fortunately, there’s a powerful technique that you can employ to lock that data up: encryption.

Once you’ve got an established IT system in place, of course you want to keep it running as smoothly as possible. You might assume that the easiest and most sensible way to do that is by making little tweaks here and there to optimize your IT functions as needed. Unfortunately, these little do-it-yourself tricks can result in problems instead of improvements. Be careful about the potential pitfalls of the following “fixes.”

What’s your business’s stored data worth to you? Would you have to close your enterprise down entirely in the event of catastrophic data loss? Many businesses would. Unfortunately, business data is constantly at risk from a variety of threats, from ransomware attacks and natural disasters to ordinary age-related disk failure. Regular, reliable data backup should be on the top of your IT priority list -- and online backup may prove especially valuable. Here are some of the reasons that our Austin IT managed services  team recommends this safeguard:

Cloud-based storage, backup, collaboration and other solutions allow for off-site data manipulation that’s efficient, speedy, and – secure? The truth is that security is an ongoing question for your business’s cloud, just as it is for its local software and hardware. Our Austin business IT team wants to make you aware of some of these potential pitfalls, along with effective safeguards you can employ to keep things from getting dark and stormy up in your cloud.

Sometimes just keeping track of all the moving parts in your IT system can feel like an overwhelming, never-ending scavenger hunt. Your employees are all using different, unrelated platforms and apps for their email, calendar and other productivity solutions. Meanwhile, your various branch offices are struggling to stay on the same page with each other. Fortunately, our  Austin IT managed services team can straighten that mess out for you, thanks to our streamlined Gravity Office services. We can streamline your:

As your enterprise grows and evolves, it’s only natural that your IT system would grow and evolve to accommodate those changes. But is bigger always better? Some modern technological advances actually allow you to maintain a smaller set of hardware components, allowing for easier monitoring, more efficient maintenance, better security and lower operating expenses. Let’s look at some scenarios in which downsizing your network’s hardware setup might make things better for your organization.