NEW YORK, August 14, 2019 – Inc. magazine today revealed that Louisville Geek is No. 3573 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses.
Louisville Geek, one of the fastest-growing IT Managed Services companies in Kentucky, placed 4th in the 2019 Louisville Business First “Best Places to Work” in Greater Louisville! This is the second time Louisville Geek has been named a top employer in Louisville, KY.
Wi-Fi 6 is the next generation of wireless internet technology that will be available at the end of 2019, according to the Wi-Fi Alliance. Some capable routers and devices are already on the market. However, the final version of the technology is not finalized, and if large changes are made in the coming months there could be some issues with devices purchased now.
For small businesses, the best way to begin your Search Engine Optimization is to start at the local level. Local SEO is not necessarily about getting to the top of Google for a variety of different keywords. When beginning the optimization of your website, the first phase could be seen as building a rapport with Google.
The idea of working from home, at least some days, is appealing to almost everyone. Waking up and getting paid while being in our own space can be both relaxing and productive. The days of needing to be in an office environment are over, and more and more employers are starting to offer the option to work from home.
The most effective method, and the method we utilize for small businesses, is the Layered Security Approach to cyber-security. It is a proven method for preventing cyber-attacks, and a system that will protect your business in the long-term if used correctly.
Websites are living in an ever-changing framework and have to routinely be adjusted to thrive and stay secure. There are many reasons to stay on top of website maintenance but here are some of the most important.
We sat down with Josh Parker, our Senior Security Analyst, to learn more about the cyber threats facing small businesses and what they can do to prevent a breach.
At Louisville Geek, we use Office 365 on a daily basis in almost every aspect of what we do. Now that Microsoft is implementing this migration experience, we are excited to put it to use as we help our clients make the switch if they so choose.