Configuring Security and Compliance Policies with Microsoft 365 for Government

With an unprecedented escalation in cybercriminal activity through the past year showing no signs of slowing, it has never been more critical to review your organization’s security posture. Cybersecurity regulations are expanding and impacting all industries, which can make compliance a daunting task. Organizations who have taken action to increase their cybersecurity measures may be… Read more

Episode 20: Servers and Network Security

Ask Dave – Episode 20: Servers and Network Security    On today’s episode, Dave answers the question: “How does the age of your server affect your network security?” Have a technology question for Dave? Email your submission today to for a chance to be featured in an upcoming episode. Presented by special guest… Read more

Data Privacy Day is January 28, 2021

To recognize Data Privacy Day, we’ve got a few reminders on what it means for you as a consumer or business leader. Data privacy is a two-way street. First, you have responsibility to protect your own data. You get to decide what data you will share, who gets it, and when. Your name, birthday, address,… Read more

Why Now is the Time to Upgrade Your Server Technology

We get it. Your server has been around for quite a while, and for the most part, it has provided you with what you need to run your business. As this critical equipment ages, there are a few things you should consider now about upgrading your server technology, so that it isn’t more costly in… Read more

10 Cybersecurity Tips for Holiday Season Shopping

Staying secure while shopping online With the holiday season upon us, and during a pandemic no less, it’s more important than ever to follow cybersecurity best practices when online shopping. The Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC), a division of the Center for Internet Security, put together this helpful guide on the top 10… Read more

2020 Security Bulletin for Government Agencies on Ransomware

State, Local and Tribal governments experienced a 153% increase in ransomware attacks in 2019. While 2020 results are still inconclusive, early research suggests this statistic has continued to rise dramatically since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The risk in not preparing your organization for these attacks can be costly in many ways, including Significant… Read more

Government Technology Webinar Series with Microsoft

Introducing the Government Technology Webinar Series Presented by Arctic IT and Microsoft In recent months, government agencies have quickly adapted to meet public needs by undertaking accelerated digital transformations. We’ve brought the best experts together to offer your team practical tools and expert guidance to navigate your path forward. Watch below to learn the latest… Read more

Securing Your Remote Workforce with Microsoft 365 Business Premium

Enabling your employees to work remotely has become essential for business continuity in today’s climate. But they aren’t the only ones busy working from home…so are cybercriminals. Malicious individuals are increasing their attacks on SMBs because traditional levels of defense are no match for a sophisticated data breach. Today, the average cost of an SMB… Read more

6 Common Elderly Scams to Watch Out For and How to Stay Safe

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has driven an uptick in scams all across the board. If you are an elderly individual or have seniors in your life, the following article is an important public service announcement. Please take care to review the following 6 common elderly scams to watch out for and how to… Read more

Episode 7: Public Wifi Security

Ask Dave – Episode 7: Public Wifi Security    On today’s episode, in regards to travel that has opened up across the U.S., Dave answers the question: “What should you do to stay secure when accessing WiFi at an airport or a hotel?” Have a technology question for Dave? Email your submission today to… Read more