Spending heavily on cybersecurity makes sense given the risk, and can make an executive feel safe. Unfortunately, the major sources of cyber threats aren’t technological.Read More
Cybercrime is steadily increasing and getting harder to prevent. Smaller companies are often left scrambling in the face of ransomware, phishing, social engineering and other digital attacks.
Proactively combatting and preventing these clever, sophisticated schemes takes the right resources, but strapped for time and money, smaller businesses often default to a reactive approach. This can be costly.Read More
The end of the year is always the busiest. Finishing up projects and responding to client requests in between the holidays and vacations can be challenging, but luckily we’ve found a few ways to stay sane!Read More
November was another busy month! Not only did we survive our building’s roof replacement, we also finished up and began some great projects for our clients. Here’s a little insight into what the Lazorpoint team has been up to over the last month.Read More
Earlier this month, Dave wrote an article that was published in Smart Business Magazine called “When, how to expand your leadership team with a company senior leader”. In the article, he talks about our choice to hire our new COO, Russ Klein.Read More
October was a busy month at Lazorpoint! Between taking on a few new clients, starting and completing some project work for existing clients, and keeping their business’ running smoothly, we still have time to spend together and celebrate the promotions, birthdays and anniversaries this month!Read More
In any business, innovation is the thin imaginary line between victory and defeat, between growth and stagnation, between a satisfactory year and a great year.Read More