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Savannah Tech professor warns small businesses of cyberattacks

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTGS) — From the Colonial Pipeline to St. Joseph’s/Candler in Savannah, cyberattacks are impacting businesses and organizations globally. Businesses are working to get back on their feet post-pandemic, and Savannah Tech professor Rushe Hudjinksi said the last thing they need is to fall victim to a ransomware attack. Continue Reading on FOX28 SAVANNAH Keep Reading

Weather-related closings in Savannah, surrounding areas

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Due to the incoming impact of storm Elsa on the Coastal Empire and the Lowcountry, some local businesses, offices, venues and attractions plan to close early. Chatham County – Suspending all non-essential services at 3 p.m. Wednesday Essential services such as police, 911 Communications and Emergency Management will continue operations. The county… Keep Reading

Georgia Small Business Loans

If you run one of the 1.1 million small businesses in Atlanta, you know how important small businesses are to the state. From Atlanta to Valdosta to Savannah, now more than ever, Georgia small business owners need resources to keep them running. One of those resources just might be financing for your company. With the right… Keep Reading

Parker’s Honored in Savannah

Parker’s, CStore Decisions’ 2020 Convenience Store Chain of the Year, continues to garner awards for retailing, recently being voted the “Best Convenience Market/Gas Station” for 2021 by readers of Connect Savannah, a leading news, arts and entertainment publication in Savannah, Ga. “We’re deeply honored to be voted Savannah’s top convenience store company and are incredibly… Keep Reading

Savannah restaurant responds to reduced COVID-19 guidelines

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTGS) — A new executive order from Gov. Brian Kemp is lifting more COVID-19 protocols in Georgia. This order eliminates table distancing requirements and worker mask requirements in bars and restaurants. Workers at Sushi Hana on Broughton Street said they hope this brings more people in. Continue Reading on FOX 28 Media Keep Reading

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