BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider, announced that the company is helping healthcare organizations protect patient data with the latest in cybersecure technology. Recent studies show startling statistics in the healthcare industry’s ability to safeguard patient records.
BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), proactively helps businesses address the increased threat of malware affecting small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in 2021. As more companies have increased their reliance on their IT networks to securely access information and applications, cybercrime has increased as well. Malicious actors continue to innovate their strategies and have even exploited insecure networks in order to trick users into downloading malware. BlackCSI has developed three simple strategies designed to minimize exposure and dramatically increase the safety and security of their customers’ networks.
Leading Managed Technology Services Provider Reports on Increases in AI Prevalence
HARRISBURG, PA — February 11, 2021 – BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), reported today on the state of artificial intelligence (AI) and how current applications are impacting businesses and the technology that powers those businesses. While AI is still in its early stages, global demand has increased drastically. In fact, Statista projects that there will be “8 billion voice assistants by 2023” and according to the IDC, “75% of commercial enterprise apps will use AI by 2021.” As AI continues to expand into ubiquity, small to mid-sized businesses will need to adjust how they operate to take advantage of AI ahead of their competition.
BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that it is educating companies on the dramatic spike in cybercrime targeted towards small to mid-sized (SMB) businesses. Cybersecurity Ventures predicted that “cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015.” Effectively, this means that criminals have access to unlimited budgets to increase the sophistication of their attacks, meanwhile, business owners are doing little or nothing to defend themselves.
BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically increased the forecasted demand for cloud solutions among SMBs, even beyond what most were expecting. Due largely to the increased need for Work-From-Home (WFH) solutions, SMBs are investing heavily in the cloud, through services like Microsoft Azure, to equip their organizations with the virtualization solution necessary to take their businesses to the next level. As a result, BlackCSI is helping more and more SMBs transition their on-premise IT network to Microsoft’s Azure.
Leading Managed Technology Services Points Out Section 179 Tax Benefit to SMBs
HARRISBURG, PA — October 2020 – BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that it is helping customers take advantage of a substantial tax deduction, outlined by guidance issued from the IRS, also known as Section 179. Section 179 allows businesses to completely deduct the purchase price of qualifying equipment and/or software purchased or leased during the 2020 tax year. However, the technology or equipment must be operational by the end of the calendar year, December 31, 2020, and with the deadline fast-approaching businesses must leverage its benefits quickly.
BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP) announced today that the company is preparing small to mid-sized business (SMB) owners on what to expect in the workplace, after the pandemic. With people working from home in droves, there is plenty of speculation as to where the modern business is headed in terms of remote staff, on-premise staff and hybrid staff. With some experts expecting the earliest vaccine to arrive sometime in 2021, most business owners are assessing their options and planning for their futures, now. As a trusted IT advisor, BlackCSI is helping companies to map out solutions to address the new workplace reality.
BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that the company is helping small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) transition from outdated phone systems that hindered remote worker performance to cloud voice. Many companies that went remote during the pandemic experienced significant issues in communication because of the lack of flexibility and technology of their old phone systems causing communication challenges between employees and customers. BlackCSI has come to the rescue of many businesses with their cloud voice solution and the immediate result was higher remote worker productivity and increased customer satisfaction.
Leading Managed Technology Services Provider (MTSP) Helps Businesses in all Industries Create Safe Environments
BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that the company is supplying small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) with thermal cameras and scanners designed to read body temperature in order to keep their locations safe for employees and customers.
Leading Managed Technology Services Provider Helps Local Companies Move From Outdated Servers With a Seamless Transition to the Cloud
Leader in Unified Communications Educates Businesses on the Importance of Proper Internet Utilization and Best Practices
HARRISBURG, PA — August 2019 — BlackCSI, a leading provider in unified communications, announced today that the company is educating its customers on the recent expansion of bandwidth monitoring and management solutions. Essentially, bandwidth monitoring is the practice and policy of tracking the utilization of company bandwidth between all employees, software applications and desktops. The growth of bandwidth management solutions in recent years is due primarily to growth of company provided and personal devices (smart phones, tablets, etc.) connected to an organization’s network.
Leader in Managed Technology Services Educates CEOs on Network Performance
HARRISBURG, PA — June 2019 — BlackCSI, a leader in managed technology services, announced today that the company will be launching an awareness campaign to inform business owners of the 4 types of reports that business owners need to know about in order to objectively measure the performance of their network. In layman’s terms, these reports help CEOs understand why their network may be underperforming and give insight into overall network risk, network vulnerability and simple steps to take in order to strengthen their network and accelerate overall performance. These reports are a telltale sign that a business owner is working with a true Managed Technology Services Provider (MTSP) who is actively protecting and enhancing the company’s network performance.
SMBs Need to Migrate to Microsoft Azure Before They’re Left Behind
BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), is advising small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to move to Microsoft Azure as soon as possible. With Windows 7 expiring at the end of this year, SMBs need to act quickly in order to ensure that their transition goes smoothly and without interruption to their business.
BlackCSI Helps SMBs Utilize Advanced Virtualization Technology to Increase Office Productivity
HARRISBURG, PA — April 2019 — BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that the company now offers SD-WAN-as-a-Service to their small to mid-sized business (SMB) customers. SD-WAN is a leading technology and according to research firm Gartner, “by the end of 2019, 30% of enterprises will deploy SD-WAN technology in their branches.” The reason for the technology’s rise in popularity is due to its simultaneous capacities to increase productivity within an organization while also reducing the total cost of ownership.
SMBs Turn Surveillance Cameras into Data Hubs to Enhance Customer Experience
HARRISBURG, PA — March 2019 – BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), is helping small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to take advantage of dramatically increased capabilities in surveillance cameras. As security, both online and offline, has become a growing concern for many small business owners, BlackCSI is educating business owners on how recent advances in facial recognition and surveillance camera capabilities can protect their organizations from threats, while simultaneously enhancing customer experience.
BlackCSI to Attend Prominent Industry Event
HARRISBURG, PA – February 2019 - BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that they have been invited to attend the 19th Annual Technology Assurance Group (TAG) convention in Orlando, Florida. The event will take place on April 7-10, 2019 at the Rosen Plaza and will be comprised of North America’s leading MTSPs. TAG is an international organization of independently-owned MTSPs who collectively represent nearly $350M in products and services. The purpose of the conference is to gather likeminded individuals in order to enhance one another’s business through the exchange of new ideas and collaborative effort. The event is invite-only and is reserved for TAG Members, exclusively.
SMBs Now Experiencing Cyberattacks That Have Taken Down Large Enterprises
HARRISBURG, PA – January 2019 - BlackCSI a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), is helping small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) equip themselves with the necessary cybersecurity protections that every modern company needs to survive. Over the past, large organizations including Target, Equifax, Yahoo and now, Marriott, are being breached by cyberattacks.While these companies have huge IT budgets and dozens of IT staff to ward off attacks like these, they still have proven vulnerable. SMBs face the same level of cyberattacks and must take the proper precautions to protect their customers’ data as well as their own information from being compromised.
HARRISBURG, PA – December 2018 - BlackCSI a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), is helping small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) secure their organizations from cyberattacks, by addressing the Windows 7 “End of Life” policy that will begin in January of 2020. Microsoft has announced that they will cease supporting the software, providing updates, enhancing security features and the software will essentially become obsolete. SMBs need to be aware of this transition because cybercriminals are constantly inventing new methods and techniques to exploit weak infrastructure. If a business doesn’t adapt and bring in technology that can keep pace with the ever evolving security threats that the modern business faces, they will eventually become a “sitting duck” for cyberattacks.
HARRISBURG, PA – November 2018 - BlackCSI a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), is helping small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) protect themselves and their customers from DNS (Domain Name Server) attacks through innovative technology solutions. As businesses around the world continue to migrate to cloud-based technology, and the demand for these solutions continues, the risk of a DNS-based attack grows simultaneously, as well. BlackCSI is actively educating the business community and protecting SMBs from these threats.
Leading Provider in Managed Technology Services Teaches Cyber Security Prevention Measures
BlackCSI, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), is helping small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) thwart cyberattacks and protect their organizations from unnecessary downtime by addressing the most common tactic that cybercriminals use to attack modern workplaces; phishing. Phishing is the fraudulent practice of sending emails purporting to be from reputable companies in order to induce individuals to reveal personal information, such as passwords and credit card numbers. According to PhishMe research, “91% of the time, phishing emails are behind successful cyberattacks.” BlackCSI is helping businesses identify the 3 tell-tale signs behind the majority of successful phishing attacks and how mere employee awareness can eliminate the vast majority of this threat from entering an organization.