Does your current training program ensure that your employees are secure? We offer tailored technology training that can help your employees feel confident with technology.
About Warmar Technology Solutions Training
Ensuring that your employees know how to use technology properly is the key to ensuring productivity and customer privacy. Above all, our training solutions are geared to help your employees succeed! While it may be true that training isn’t at the top of your priority list, investing in your employees’ knowledge leads to more confidence and better job performance.
According to Security Magazine, the average cost of a data breach for a small business is between $36,000 and $50,000. Together with our managed services and security solutions, our training provides your team with proper cyber hygiene. To that end, our cyber-security training includes password management, elements of phishing, how to respond to social engineers, how to secure files, and more.
In the same fashion, new technology can be difficult to learn for employees. As a result, we offer Product Training for your employees for any of our cloud services that you order. In the same way that we can provide training for cyber-security, we can also help your employees understand how to use the cloud products that we provide. This includes Office 365 basics, proof point, operating systems basics, and more.
In conclusion, We can help empower your employees to be successful. Our goal is to provide a complete IT solution for your organization and training is a part of that. Furthermore, If you would like to discuss with us how we can help your organization, give us a ring at (405) 237 – 1267 or complete the “Hire Us” form.
Because we know that not every business is the same, we offer training in different formats. With this in mind, we have a variety of online and in person solutions. For example, we can create a blended solution specific to your business needs that incorporates both online and in person elements. Given that a “one-size fits all” solution may not be right for your business, we can provide consultation services for your organization on what strategy would work best for your organization.
If your employees work remote or have a hectic schedule, then learning online may be the best choice for your team. In general, online learning allows for flexible scheduling and lets your team members attend anywhere in the world.
Given that that In-person learning allows for learning to be a shared experience, many prefer this format. In general, this type of training is done with small groups of team members and is good can done in an on-site conference room as well as off-site.
In addition to the custom courses that we offer, we also offer prepared courses that meet industry standard needs. In other words, courses that are ready to rock and roll!
|Online-Sec-1||Security Basics||Training of basic security concepts including password management, phishing awareness, what is social engineering, system hardening, etc.||Online|
|MIP-Sec-1||Security Basics||Training of basic security concepts including password management, phishing awareness, what is social engineering, system hardening, etc.||In-Person|
|MIP-PROD-EMAIL1||Cloud Solutions- Email Standard Package||Usage and Installation of Office 365, Proof-Point, and Drop Suite||In-Person|
|Online-PROD-Email1||Cloud Solutions- Email Standard Package||Usage and Installation of Office 365, Proof-Point, and Drop Suite.||Online|
When it comes to our community, we are committed to provided knowledge that helps everyone. As a result, we try to host courses that better the community. What’s more, we offer these courses free of charge! Below is a list of upcoming community events.
|8-7-2021||Safe and Secure Online – Senior Edition||Moore Public Library|
Story Time Room
225 S Howard Ave
Moore, OK 73160
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 “The Costs and Risks of a Security Breach for Small Businesses.” https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/87288-the-costs-and-risks-of-a-security-breach-for-small-businesses?v=preview (accessed Jun. 30, 2021).