The vast majority of people could not ever imagine taking anything from a non-profit organization. Our minds typically drift to seeing what we can do for others when it comes to thinking about helping a non-profit group. Unfortunately, not everyone thinks that way. Cyber criminals view these organizations as a target. Unsure why non-profits are hot targets for these criminals? Here’s why:
SumnerOne is pleased to announce our latest partnership with the Guy Phillips and Julie Buck Show! This partnership comes with a fun twist, you can now tune in on Friday afternoons at 4:20 to The Big 550 KTRS (550AM) and listen to “Tech Talk” presented by SumnerOne!
For the past 29 years, Konica Minolta has been awarding businesses with their Pro-Tech Service Award. This honor is awarded to their dealers that are committed to providing outstanding customer service and focus on maintaining Konica Minolta products to their optimal performance. In 2017, both SumnerOne St. Louis and Kansas City were awarded the Pro-Tech Service Award. SumnerOne has been the only dealer in Missouri to be selected for the 24th year in a row.
All right…admit it. Who hasn’t wanted to go all Office Space on a misbehaving copier once or twice in their professional career? We’ve heard the desperation in peoples’ voices as they call our office begging for help with one of those rogue printers that showed up on someone’s desk and randomly decides to spew madness. So we thought we’d have a little fun with the idea and kick it up a notch in our Kansas City office while doing a bit of good for our local community with our 2nd Annual Worst Copier in KC event. Our aim was twofold: raise some serious cash for BIGGSteps for Cancer Prevention & replace KC's worst copier with a new Canon MFP valued at $10,000 plus 2 full years of copies and service at a local business in desperate need of a new copier.
Thinking you’re not at risk because you’re a small company is, unfortunately, a thought you can’t afford to have – 61% of all cyber-attacks target small businesses! They want your personal information, your keystrokes, your employee records, and more. Don’t give them the opportunity.
Most businesses are aware of the different forms of cyber attacks. When it comes to keeping your business protected from an attack, one of the first steps you can take is to educate your employees about online safety. Employee education is a great step in preventing phishing attacks. Yet, did you know that there is a similar attack out there and they are looking right at your senior management?
As a business owner, your focus is to ensure that your business systems and data are secure from threats. There are many ways to make that happen. You may find yourself asking, what is the best way? Which solution will provide the most return on your investment? Would it be a new firewall? Fresh antivirus and anti-malware apps? Actually, the answer might surprise you. The best return on your invested dollars is to help educate your end users. One ignorant end user can bring down your entire infrastructure no matter what you might have invested.