Unforeseen data corruptions can cause major headaches; even if you’re the type of person who carefully saves data entries. The miniscule bits and bytes of information that comprise your data are remarkably intricate and highly organized.
Up-to-date antivirus software? Check. Active firewall? Check. Regularly scheduled vulnerability scan? What? Antivirus software and firewalls are crucial to running a secure network, but sometimes they’re just not enough.
These days it seems everyone has a smartphone. Until recently, iPhones and BlackBerries have been the norm but Android-based phones are now outselling their rivals. And as a result of its increasing popularity, the number of malicious files targeted at the Android platform (phones and tablets) is expected to increase in 2012.
As malware becomes more and more sophisticated, it is more important than ever to protect yourself and your business from malware attacks. Computer security firm, Trusteer, recently reported that a new malware virus attacked some customers’ online bank accounts during the holiday season.
When it comes to accounting, it’s invaluable to a business to be able to access customized data and analyze it in an organized and efficient way.