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Tall Order for Small Businesses: 3 Tips to Find Tailored Security Solutions
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6/29/2020 | 9:34:36 PM
Fine prints
However, it's important to note that SMBs should look out for any fine print attached to discounted solutions regarding geographic boundaries That is where we need to be careful, you do not want to end up with a solution that does not help.
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6/29/2020 | 9:31:47 PM
User experience
having an intuitive user experience should be a key component of any security solution under consideration User experience and security may collide if not implemented properly. Better be careful.
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6/29/2020 | 9:29:44 PM
Skills
SMBs typically employ small IT teams that often cover security as a secondary skill set, Ok. Security skills is quite different than other IT skills and we tend to lick of it most of the time.
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6/29/2020 | 9:27:43 PM
SMBs
current climate, it can be difficult for SMBs to find available and/or affordable resources, and they are finding themselves easy targets for cyberattacks. That makes sense, affordable security solution would help SMBs.
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6/29/2020 | 9:25:38 PM
Security
because many SMBs have fewer resources in terms of capital and personnel than they previously had. This makes sense, fewer resources mean less allocation for security.


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