When you need managed services in Birmingham to maintain peak operation in the IT network of your small business, consider us here at Saunders Business Solutions. We'll manage all of your IT services for a flat-rate fee so you can focus your efforts on spurring your revenues to grow. Let us give you the peace of mind you deserve with your small business today with Saunders Business Solutions' managed services.

When you sign up with our managed services, here are some of the substantial benefits:

  • Tailored Packages – We know that every businesses' needs are completely different from the next, so we offer 100% custom packages.
  • Predictable costs – Saunders Business Solutions includes support in our packages, so you do not get hit with surprise billings.
  • Ramped up productivity – Never stress again about computer failures, as our managed services include round-the-clock monitoring of your computers to help prevent problems before they happen.
  • We are available – when you need us. We know the needs of small businesses and provide service at the times needed.
  • Experience – Not only do we have experienced IT professionals but Rob also has real world hands on experience with over 30 different small businesses that our family has owned over the last 50 years.  Rob has personally been involved with all of them. We have a better understanding of how businesses work.

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The Five Warning Signs Of An Insecure Network... That Most CEOs Fail To Look At.

Save this list somewhere you’ll see it and review it AT LEAST once a month.

Consider attaching this list to the side of your monitor to keep it top of mind. Make absolutely certain YOUR organization can identify these security shortcomings by answering the following questions:

1. Have you ever experienced a breach, ransomware, or data loss?

Lightning never strikes twice, right? Wrong. In cybersecurity, hackers always come back to their victims. Why? Hackers identify their past victims as future targets. In their eyes, your organization is an easy mark. They already have a playbook from the first time they attacked you; why not come back and see if there are new opportunities? (Sometimes, they even leave backdoors to make the return visit even easier.)

2. Can you log in to your business email or network without being prompted for an access token on your phone?

Are you prompted for multifactor authentication when you access critical business assets? Hackers are constantly trying to bypass your security, and one of the best ways to do that is to get one of your team member’s passwords. If you aren’t being prompted for an access token when you log in with your password, not only is your data is vulnerable, but your entire business is at risk.

3. Is spam and unwanted email constantly appearing in your mailbox?

You probably already know that 91% of cyberattacks start with a phishing email. Did you know that 1 in 5 users click on phishing links? We both know that you’d never fall for a phishing attack, but what about one of your crazy-busy employees? Would someone else on your team click a malicious link?

4. Are you getting lots of warning messages or popups?

Many businesses are just depending on antivirus to protect them, and guess what? Today, antivirus isn’t enough. If you are seeing a bunch of pop-up messages or warning messages, you already have a problem. Chances are high that you’ve already been breached.

5. Are you allowed to go to any website you choose with your work computer?

Have you ever been blocked when attempting to follow a link? Tricking users into clicking malicious links is the easiest way for an attacker to get into your network. Research has shown that one in five employees will click malicious links in email messages. Blocking those links is a critical component of an effective security program.

If you answered YES to any of the questions, or are not 100% sure your security is completely protecting you, schedule a third- party assessment immediately.

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