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Brite offering free IT advice to businesses during COVID-19 crisis

pexels-photo-461077Brite, a Victor-based managed service and IT solutions integrator, is offering free IT advice to local businesses to aid in the growing remote workforce due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Brite has implemented complementary consultation to businesses owners who have questions regarding security and stability in terms of technology used for remote work. Businesses are now subject to phishing and cybersecurity predators who are taking advantage of the COVID-19 crisis, compromising business’s digital safety and security. Brite is committed to helping companies protect themselves during this period of uncertainty.

“COVID-19 is not only affecting our personal lives, it is also causing a disruption in our professional world. Businesses have quickly migrated to a nearly 100 percent remote workforce causing them to reevaluate their current security, infrastructure and support to do so,” said Brite president and chief operating officer Justin Smith. “We have seen a significant increase in COVID-19 related phishing scams, validating the need for email security and increased user awareness training. Effective endpoint and web security become even more critical as individuals scour the internet for vast amounts of information on unmanaged devices and/or outside the protection of traditional on-premise network security.”

nsheldon@bridgetowermedia.com / (585) 363-7031

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