Mobile Security – Manage Employees Devices and Increase Employee Productivity

Mobile devices have forever changed the way we conduct business, always staying connected whether in the office or on the road carries with it a real threat of corporate data loss. Mobility does equate to increased employee productivity however the devices being used to support such productivity have the potential to be stolen, hacked, broken or lost and with it your sensitive company data is at great risk. 

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017/Author: Deedra.Vosburg/Number of views (3846)/Comments (0)/
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The Benefits of Unified Communications

Most organizations use phones regularly for daily communication therefore quality reliable business class voice service remains an important business requirement. In the past, proprietary phone systems were costly and complicated, as well as challenging to install and maintain in an ever-changing business environment. Fortunately, Unified Communications (UC) technology such as hosted Voice over IP (VoIP) offers an advanced alternative to systems of the past.

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Thursday, November 9, 2017/Author: Deedra.Vosburg/Number of views (7422)/Comments (0)/

Your Employees Are Your Best Defense Against Cyber Threats

Your investment in information security means nothing if your employees are not on board or are unaware of your company’s cyber security policies. You could have the latest state-of-the-art technology, or you could have invested thousands of dollars in cyber security with software and hardware to protect your network from cyber threats, but all it takes is a lack of awareness of potential threats or human error to send your system reeling.

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Monday, November 6, 2017/Author: Deedra.Vosburg/Number of views (4495)/Comments (0)/

Trends in Business Security

The Need for Information Security and How This Ties to Cloud Initiatives

As we are moving to the cloud, hosted and other managed services, we have to think about how security pertains to that. If you think back five years or even a little longer, security was a firewall because we sent email back and forth and we had to understand who was sending us what and if it was malicious. Now, with mobile devices and other technologies, the attack mechanisms have grown ten-fold.

Read further to learn more about trends in business security. This information came from an article by David Lichtman, the publisher of the Sacramento Business Journal who sat down to talk with Darren Peterson, vice president of product marketing at Consolidated Communications.

Monday, May 1, 2017/Author: Julie.Foster/Number of views (4639)/Comments (0)/

Disaster Recovery: Is Your Business Set Up to Survive an Outage?

Organizations of all sizes rely on technology to keep the business up and running. IT professionals are responsible for setting up, managing, and providing ongoing support for a wide array of hardware and software. Amid all that responsibility and planning, actively preparing for a business outage may be at the bottom of your list. Regardless of how disaster recovery is prioritized, IT professionals need to consider the following...

Monday, May 1, 2017/Author: Julie.Foster/Number of views (4041)/Comments (0)/
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