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 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/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 09, 2017/Comments (0)/
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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 06, 2017/Comments (0)/
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Widespread Advances in Wifi: The Latest Wireless Technologies

I don’t feel that old, but find myself increasingly using the phrase “Back in my day…” 

When I started college in the early 90’s, no one had smartphones or tablets, Wifi didn’t exist on campus, and if you had your own computer a strange device called a modem could connect to the mainframe on campus. In today’s society, we realize the importance of handheld devices, ubiquitous wireless connectivity and the immediacy of communications. As a result, it’s amazing what we can do with today’s technology.

Wireless access in the enterprise, at home, and on the road has become something we all expect. It has to be available, responsive and secure. We also need to connect many different types of devices onto Wifi networks, including laptops, smartphones and tablets. And they all need to work together in harmony. We now have new wireless standards enabling faster, more reliable communications. The “Internet of Things” movement is bringing our cars, thermostats, light switches and more into the cloud so we can better manage our busy lives. Let’s take a look at a few of the technologies making wireless better…
 

Monday, May 11, 2015/Comments (0)/
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BYOD: Device, Data, or Disaster?

You’ve probably heard the phrase BYOD (bring your own device), the practice of allowing employees to access corporate data on their own laptops, tablets or smartphones. Employers' approaches to BYOD today vary a lot, from relatively uncontrolled access to absolute prohibition. But no matter what your current position, there’s a good chance that things are going to change.
 

Thursday, July 25, 2013/Comments (0)/
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