What’s the right cloud services for your RIA?

Businesses around the globe have been moving toward the cloud and are reaping the benefits of continuity, data security, and process efficiency. However, with more data comes more responsibility. This means that you’ll need to find the right kind of service that’s suitable to the infrastructure at your RIA. Fortunately, various cloud management tools and solutions are available in the market. Let’s take a closer look.

Avoid these 5 things when investing in IT

RIA firm owners have a lot to do. Aside from managing staff, exploring new opportunities for growth, and keeping clients happy, they have to oversee investments in new technology. It’s easy to overlook something when choosing the right IT solution. Here’s a list of common IT investment missteps that owners like you should avoid.

Biometrics authentication on smartphones

The World Wide Web Consortium recently launched the FIDO2 project, allowing users to log in to online accounts with fingerprints, facial scans, and voice recognition. This technology is now also available in popular mobile browsers like Chrome and Firefox Lite, which not only boosts security, but also makes account management much simpler.

5 Ways you can benefit from business dashboards

Data dashboards have become increasingly popular for businesses over the past few years. They are a great data visualization tool that gives you an overview of your business. Dashboards can cater to a wide variety of users, from marketing staff to project managers to your RIAs. Let’s take a look at how dashboards can support your business activities.

Protect your network from watering hole attacks

With hackers continuously developing novel ways to infiltrate networks and steal user data, it is more crucial than ever to stay one step ahead of the curve. Protect yourself from cybercriminals by learning more about their methods. Here are some tips to deal with the threat of watering hole attacks:

What are watering hole attacks?

Watering hole attacks are used to distribute malware onto victims’ computers in a similar way phishing activities are conducted.