As a small- to medium-sized business (SMB), your phone system is likely at the core of your client communication platform.
For organizations in the healthcare industry, it’s crucial to take extra precautions to protect private patient data. Since 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) has upheld a higher standard for organizations in the healthcare sector and scrutinized how they manage their networks.
We’ve all done it before: A notification pops up asking if you want to update your operating system or an application, and you hit “ignore” because you’re in the middle of something more important.
Businesses of all sizes and industries have become potential targets for ransomware attacks. That’s because cybercriminals use ransomware to use your own data against you, holding your critical data ransom by encrypting it so your organization can’t access it.
As we covered in another post, firewalls are a critical aspect of any network security platform. That’s because a firewall stands as your network’s first line of defense from malicious external attacks.
When it comes to protecting your network, you can always be doing more. In an ever-changing security landscape, securing your network quickly becomes a full-time job.
In today’s workplace, networks have become the backbone of business operations. If your network isn’t working, your team probably isn’t either. As a result, recognizing how your network is under-serving your team’s needs is critical if you want to use your network services to drive growth.
If you’re considering migrating to the cloud or you’ve already transitioned to a cloud platform, you should be aware of several security strategies to keep your business protected.
More businesses are expanding their operations simply by switching to a cloud-based server environment. Offering streamlined application performance and data access, a cloud environment empowers your team with a cutting-edge toolkit that’s designed to address the challenges of the 21st century.
If your business relies on Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 7 for day-to-day operations, you probably know they’re nearing the end of their respective support timelines.