NorthStar Technology Group, Inc. will be holding a free webinar online at 11:00am CST on June 10th, 2020 called Protecting Your Data in 2020 and Beyond. This webinar will reveal the latest threats targeting small and medium businesses, the people behind those attacks and the cost of downtime. Most importantly, it will reveal methods to protect your on premise, Microsoft Office 365 or Google G Suite data and ultimately your business from ransomware, hackers, employee mistakes and natural disasters.
Ken Satkunam will be leading the presentation and says this webinar is a chance for people to hear from industry leader Michael DePalma from Datto on business continuity and disaster recovery. Datto is the world’s leader in providing business continuity solutions through a full suite of Unified Continuity products and services. People will learn about the mistakes from large city governments to one person floral shops and be able to apply knowledge to protect their own information. Attendees can ask questions live and get information not readily available through other channels. NorthStar will be providing a big incentive to stay to the end of the presentation including a free Datto appliance for qualifying purchases!
People interested in Business continuity and disaster recovery can register free at https://protectyourdata.northstartechnologygroup.com. and learn more about NorthStar Technology Group’s business continuity services at https://northstartechnologygroup.com/bcdr/.
About NorthStar Technology Group, Inc.
NorthStar Technology Group, Inc. was founded in 2000 in Fargo, ND and serves the healthcare, legal, finance and educational industries. It is known for helping small and medium business in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota reach their business goals through better use of technology. They provide a full suite of IT managed services, information security solutions, cloud computing infrastructure and strategic planning. They serve customers locally, regionally, nationally and currently do business in 25 states.