vboxxcloud cyberattacks

How to protect your business from cyberattacks? – Part I

IT Managers of small to mid-sized companies tend to not prioritize cybersecurity. Saving costs and the underlying assumption that only big companies are targeted by this sort of attacks, help explain this position. In reality, small to medium businesses are being targeted more since they are less likely to be protected.

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The curious case of Owncloud

Owncloud was founded by Frank Karlitschek in 2010, the vision behind the product was to give users complete control over the cloud. After a successful launch in 2012, ownCloud Inc. was created in the US, raising more than $10 million in venture capital. However, in April 2016, everything fell apart .

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Chrome and Firefox penalize unsafe websites in 2017

Back in 2014 Google announced that HTTPS is go be used by every website. Behind this decision was their desire to create a more secure internet environment for everyone. Around the same time Mozilla began to phase out outdated SSL certificates. Both companies announced that new rules were going to be implemented in 2017.

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ransomware: the dark side of the internet

Ransomware: The Dark Side of the Internet

Ransomware distribution has seen an exponential growth during 2016. A study from IBM Security found that Ransomware was in almost 40 percent of spam messages in 2016. In total, there was an increase of 500% in malware spread. There are various methods used to distribute malware, but ransomware is mostly, distributed through email links and attachments.

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file server enablement

The power of File Server Enablement

vBoxxCloud as a file sync & share solution has many uses. Collaborating, creating backups, and tight control on cloud activity, are some of the advantages. File Server Enablement has been one of the hallmarks of our cloud service, but how does it work? How can you take advantage of File Server Enablement?

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still using onedrive

Still using OneDrive?

OneDrive has been through various transformations throughout time. When Microsoft’s file hosting service was launched it started as Windows Live Folders, changed into Windows Live SkyDrive, and later settled into OneDrive. Similar to many other file sync & share services, OneDrive allows you to share files with your contacts, offering Office 365 integration among many other features.

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