iTecs IT Outsourcing and Support Blog
We've received reports that customers are receiving calls from a company claiming to be Apple informing them that their Apple ID has been compromised. The culprits are calling random numbers, mainly in the United States. If you follow their prompts to "secure your account" you'll be transferred to a call center in India who will then try to get as much personal information from you as possible; they will try to get your credit card information to charge a fee to secure the compromised account.
Apple WILL NOT call you, even if your account is compromised. If you get the call don't worry about changing your password, they are randomly calling anyone they can, whether they have an Apple ID or not.
The thought of doing business solely on a cloud environment can sound overwhelming. From figuring out what it entails and what type of service or hardware will be needed to how to maintain and sustain that type of environment, the task seems daunting. Naturally, the first place to start is with a web search. How do I run my business virtually?Read More
The new way of doing business is electronically. The way we communicate and transact is mostly through a device, and even more so now in the days of Zoom meetings and virtual tours. Most employees cannot be efficient without a computer and a mobile device, and it is the responsibility of the company to ensure that they have all the proper tools to perform their jobs efficiently.Read More
Two of the most common reasons for opting out of owning hardware are maintenance and life span. Technology is constantly evolving and servers can quickly need hardware updates or become obsolete. It is crucial to compare the cost of owning the equipment, maintenance, and upgrades versus the cost of operating in a virtually hosted environment.Read More