When focusing on cybersecurity, physical security is often overlooked. It’s important to keep it in mind, after all you do not want a disgruntled employee to impact your efforts, by walking out with equipment or data from the company.
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.
In any office, being productive is essential to successfully achieve your goals. Time is invaluable, many of us learned this during our first job or internship. There are many tools available online that not only make you more productive but also save costs.
Today we share a few tips on how to boost productivity in the office.
In 2016 businesses, all over the world continued to invest in cloud computing, a trend that will continue in 2017 and probably in the years to come. In this post we give some hints about what you can expect from cloud service providers in 2017. If you are still skeptical about using the cloud, read on, it might change your mind.
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.
Last week we talked about one of the most popular cloud models. Public cloud solidified the cloud as a viable storage solution. However, with it, several issues became more evident. Security and privacy concerns, were, and still are at the forefront of Cloud Computing. The term ‘Public’ began to have a negative connotation, forcing many companies to seek different solutions.