7 Questions Business Owners Should Ask of Their IT Providers

Having quality IT support is essential to keep your business running, but how can you know for sure that you’ve found the support that’s right for your organization? Often times, good IT support can be tricky to find, especially in areas where the technical skills required to perform IT maintenance are sparse. How can you

3 Ways Managed IT Services Help Businesses Realize Their Full Potential

Companies looking to save money and improve the flexibility of their budget turn to The Walker Group for outsourced IT solutions. Break-fix IT can place an unneeded burden on your organization, but managed IT allows you to save money and improve operations all at the same time. Outsourcing Components of IT Outsourcing IT services can

Save Your Business $7,500 and Increase Productivity

What kind of a workplace culture do you have? One where employees feel confident about voicing their concerns, or one where workers keep their mouths shut and don’t question anything? While the latter model may appeal to a business owner’s pride, a new study shows that it comes at a steep price. The study, performed

TechImpact Award will be Given to PV Pure

FARMINGTON, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Walker Group, one of New England’s leading technology services firms, is pleased to announce that the 2016 Walker TechImpact Award will be given to PV Pure (http://www.pvpure.com). See the full press release

FBI and InfraGard Will Keynote TechImpact Summit

FARMINGTON, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Walker Group, one of New England’s leading technology services firms, today announced that information security experts from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and InfraGard will keynote its TechImpact Summit on October 7th in Farmington. FBI Special Agent Judy Eide is currently assigned to the Bureau’s New Haven Division Computer Crime squad and

Fighting the Battle Against Malware

At almost every customer meeting, stakeholders are asking me what they should be considering for security protection. The typical sales guy may start rambling about Anti-Virus, Anti-Malware, Anti-Exploit and Firewalls, but for me, the first (immediate) action every corporation needs to take is training employees on how to discern “malicious” from “non-malicious”.  Companies of all