Do you worry about whether your computers and network are secure?Do you wonder if you’re susceptible to a virus, a ransomware attack, or another kind of cyber attack?Do you wish your computers worked like you expected them to?Most small business owners and directors or managers of smaller non-profits have these same thoughts. IT (Information Technology) is a necessary part of your business and it can be rather complex subject most managers and owners don’t wish to deal with. But it doesn’t have to be so difficult!In this concise and easy-to-read book, the author provides seven simple strategies small businesses and non-profits can use to make their computers and networks secure and efficient. Some of the topics covered in this book include:•Why cybercriminals are targeting you and what you need to do to stop them in their tracks!•Why your current backup strategy most likely will fail you when you really need to restore it, and how to fix that problem!•Why the most likely threat you face will probably come from the inside of your organization, and how you can easily and inexpensively protect against it!•How you can increase productivity by at least 20% prt employee for the equivalent cost of a latte a month!In short, you will learn, in clear instructions written using layman’s terms, the specific things you need to do to protect your organization from ever increasing cyberattacks, natural disasters and employee errors.Look, unless your organization is large enough to afford an in-house IT department, or an outsourced managed service provider, you’re spending time trying to figure out technical things that are keeping you from focusing on whatever it is that makes your organization great.Read this book and put the strategies in place, and you’ll have the peace of mind of knowing that you’ve done everything you can to protect your data, your employees and your network. Order today! While this book is chock full of practical recommendations you can use to save money and protect your organization, if you even used just one of them and saved only $100 your return on investment would be over 10,000 percent! More likely you’ll save thousands of dollars and you may even protect your organization from having to close its doors due to a ransomware attack or cataclysmic loss of data due to a natural disaster or employee error.