Saving IT Budgets in the Public Sector
Today more than ever, government agencies depend on computers and electronics in order to effectively operate within their respective borders. Most governments, whether city, county, state or nationwide, have an extremely long holding period for sensitive, proprietary, or administration-critical data. Even though data tape are the most reliable medium for long-term data storage, they still need to be updated over time. When the computers, servers, and data storage centers need to be upgraded and replaced; it can be exhausting. More importantly, we are aware of the importance of data security when it comes to sensitive information on your used equipment. Sit back, relax, and let us help you with any upgrades and disposal of used data tapes and IT equipment.
Securing Critical Data
From Washington DC all the way down to your small-town mayor’s office, nothing is more important than data security. Even with the slightest risk of a data breach the consequences can be substantial. Since 1965, data security has been our number one priority. Our spotless reputation ensures transactions are handled efficiently, ethically, and securely from start to finish.
A plan for guarding against ransomware in the public sector
So what can IT departments on the local local, state, and national level do to guard against the threat of cyber attack on our governments? Here is a simple five-point plan that will go a long way to helping IT professionals in the public sector secure their defenses.