Endpoint Management and Security Solutions
Endpoints are your first line of defense, are you fully protected?
An endpoint is any remote device that sends and receives communications with the network to which it’s connected.
Many business owners have the belief that servers are their first line of defense for overall data and network security, but your most vulnerable asset is actually the workstations that your employees use every day to access your network, your own client’s data, and other sensitive corporate data.
It may be assumed that the most touched asset in the office may be the most protected since it is the only thing between the user and your network, but over 95% of the time a data breach occurs from human error on an unprotected endpoint.
With Accram’s endpoint and security packages, we help ensure that your first and last line of defense against a breach is able to stand up and protect your network if and when a potential breach occurs.
Our Managed Endpoint Solutions Include:
Endpoint Management & Security Solutions to Protect Your Data
With the security threats facing small businesses, it is crucial that your devices are fully protected in the event of a data breach that could cost you more than lost time but lost revenue from productivity, ransom payments, and time spent contacting your clients with details on your breach.
"I interviewed several companies at a store that had an issue with one computer and it was obvious it was causing issues for our people. Two of the companies we interviewed said let's make that our first priority. Accram took the time to look at it and suggested they believed it was a simple fix took it with them and returned it the following morning up and running. Those are the kind of people we want on our team."
"There are many benefits we have enjoyed moving to Accram, and my favorite option would have to be that we don’t have to worry about maintaining servers, software licenses, firewalls, security, etc. Accram’s team quickly jumps on problems when they pop-up and take care of all the weird stuff that we need including operator error. "