Our firm’s National Technology Practice group offers a deep understanding of the challenges and issues facing growing technology companies. We will guide you through these challenges with proactive advice and industry insight. Our firm prides itself on offering clients an industry team they won’t outgrow. Our dedicated Technology Practice fuses the collective knowledge, expertise and creativity of its professionals. By keeping abreast of new developments and continuing trends in the industry, we are able to offer practical solutions that will help your business.
With offices across the U.S. and as a member of UHY International, we have access to thousands of professionals worldwide with the capabilities to serve technology companies with distinction through the support of our international practices. Our teams are organized across the country by industry, which provides clients with the best-in category knowledge gained from working with similar clients in their industry or service specialty.
Our technology client base includes companies from all areas of the industry, including:
WannaCrypt is a serious ransomware attack that has caused major interruptions to individuals, businesses and governments around the world. However, what gives this ransomware teeth is that it took advantage of a vulnerability in Microsoft operating systems that has been public knowledge. Anyone who was using an operating system newer than Windows XP, could have simply patched their workstation and their only risk was to click on a link they shouldn't have. The problem is many people and organizations haven't patched their computers or are still running Windows XP.
UHY Advisors shared how to implement effective change management through a culture of continuous improvement on its Atlanta Business Radio show April 21st at 10 a.m. EST. UHY’s Managing Directors Frank Fenello and Cindy Hannafey hosted as part of UHY’s monthly radio program series, Cause & Affect. Listeners learned how to successfully manage through change and sustain the resulting increased efficiencies and productivity.
Team collaboration applications such as Slack and Unify Circuit can make life easier for enterprises. But for some organizations, the risk might not be worth the reward.
Are enterprises more or less secure than 5 years ago? That’s the big question of the moment, especially with ongoing revelations about state-sponsored hacking, as well as an unending stream of reports about customer and employee data being compromised by even the most seemingly security-conscious organizations. Awareness of data security is running at a fever pitch at the highest levels of government and business organizations. There have been plenty of technology advances, and awareness has grown. Still, the wave of breaches and threats never seems to abate, and likely never will.
The Better Business Bureau has learned that scammers are now targeting small business owners with phishing emails using QuickBooks software as bait. Emails are being sent with the subject line "QuickBooks Support: Change Request". The message is "confirming" that the business name was changed with Intuit, QuickBooks' manufacturer, even though no such request was made.