Any successful business needs robust network security alongside a thorough risk management plan. Denial of service attacks, data breaches, malware and viruses are just some of the security threats that can bring a business to its knees. As a business owner or a technology expert, ask yourself if you're prepared for these important aspects of network security. Maintain physical security. Make sure every point of access to your network is controlled and protected. This typically involves establ... Read More
Video surveillance was once considered a luxury that only large businesses or businesses that were at high risk could afford. Plus, the equipment was often clunky, lacked versatility, and recording was kept on site. Thanks to cloud computing solutions, however, video surveillance is now an affordable way to enhance security for any size business.
Four ways that cloud-based video... Read More
Since its launch by Microsoft in 2011, Office 365 has rocked the world of business both small and large, and has revolutionized the world of telecommunications.
This group of software and services makes it simple to run a business, but it's accessibility is only the start of its benefits.
Harnessing the power of multiple Carriers strengths is the new way in which todays businesses can create more than just best effort services. One such example in Southern California is the combination of Spectrum Coax and Fiber bandwidth coupled with TPX Managed Services/Voice options. A Business owner now has the option to take advantage of the current low cost bandwidth made available via Spectrum and pair it with the TPX premier Nationwide Managed Services. Multiple ... Read More
Most organizations have made a sincere effort to address cyber security threats; However, many enterprises miss the mark due to some common errors and misconceptions. Read on to find out more about the cyber security myths faced by contemporary enterprises.
Myth 1Cyber security issues belong to the IT department only It is true that the IT department with its multiple technological controls is highly pron... Read More
IP Video Surveillance systems are quickly becoming popular. IP video surveillance is a digital video surveillance system that sends and receives data. The most important factor to be considered before the installation of the video surveillance system is the right calculation of the required bandwidth. Read on to find out the major benefits of IP video surveillance .
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While exploring the option of colocation, businesses face a lot of confusion. The concept of colocation is still misunderstood by some sectors of the industry and several misconceptions continue to hinder companies from opting for colocation services. Here is a list of urban legends about colocation cleared out for you!
1. Is colocation the same as managed hosting?No, managed hosting is similar to colocation in the ... Read More
The financial and reputational damage caused by hackers to an organization can be devastating; Yet many organizations fail to properly protect their network. Here is a list of the commonly overlooked cyber security vulnerabilities within an organization.
Vulnerabilities caused due to injection flawsWhen untrusted or unreliable data is sent to an interpreter, injection vulnerability occurs. These flaws are quite common and can be detected while analyzing the code. A cyber-attack t... Read More
As technology advances, more and more organizations are opting for colocation rather than running their own data center. The colocation service provider hosts the equipment of the client in its data center and provides everything required for the smooth functioning of the system. Read on to find out the benefits of working with a colocation provider.
Enhanced scalabilityScaling up or scaling down your computer needs as and when required is possible only when you work with a colocatio... Read More
HIPAA also referred to as Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 was established to protect sensitive patient data by healthcare organizations. Achieving 100% HIPAA compliance is possible only when there are sufficient technical processes in place. To understand the concept of HIPAA compliance better, let us debunk the most common myths about the issue.