Some IT terms can seem a little foreign, we’re here to help.
IT has become everything from your cell phone to your TV. It can connect all of your data seamlessly allowing your company to be protected and run continuously.
A managed service provider (MSP) is a company that remotely manages a customer’s IT infrastructure and/or end-user systems.
Is the standard for security encryption set by Department of Defense (DOD) and the minimum level of security we provide for our clients.
Allows you to access all your files or entire desktop from any device anywhere at anytime.
A copy of any changed files since the last backup ran. This is the fastest backup method.
A full backup is an exact copy of your entire database no matter the size. This method can take some time.
Hardware is your physical machine, router, phone and every component inside of them. Hardware includes anything you can touch.
The programs that you install on your pc or mac to help with day to day tasks or protect your system. This can vary from simple virus protection to virtual server migrations.
Files within hardware that allows the device to function. Updates and patches are sent out via firmware update to the hardware for new functions and security.
Files that a virus/spyware install on your pc. This allows the “hacker” to freely dig into your computer files. Hence the term worm.
Similar to a virus, it installs on your PC and allows “hackers” to monitor your data remotely without you being aware.