by Eric Jeffers 0 Comments

How Employee Turnover Could be a Problem for your IT Department and Put your Company at Risk

In 2018 the leading sector with the highest employee turnover was once again the technology industry at 13.2%. This was followed by Government, Education, and non-profit at 11.7%. However, employee turnover is not just an HR issue. According to a study by the American Bar Association, American businesses lose an estimated $59 billion a year due to the loss of intellectual property. Current...

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by Jay Ouellette 0 Comments

New England School Districts are an Easy Target for Cyber Criminals

Schools are becoming easy targets for cyber criminals, not only in New Hampshire but across the country. Exposing, compromising and exploiting confidential information to make an easy profit or to test their skills. The Cybersecurity incident map, a useful tool created by Doug Levins of EdTech Strategies, LLC., provides an in depth look of past and recent events. (For those who haven’t...

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by Loretta Keefe 0 Comments