What could be the great scourge of the internet, corporations, and the reason for the vast majority of successful hacks?
Compromised Security, thy name is File Attachments.
How would you rather handle Disaster Recovery for your customers?
“Give us an hour?” or
“Give us all the data you ever sent to us, and a couple days?”
Filing cabinets and the thousands of pounds of paper stressing every joint of your office’s structural integrity are largely a thing of the past… or at least it could be.
What file storage solution is best for you?
Email security and best practices boil down to a single cardinal rule: Don’t open that attachment.
Don’t. Open. That. Attachment.
Taking the assertive approach to securing your business doesn’t have to be difficult or costly.
Trying to recover your company from a breach? That can be impossible and wildly expensive.
If your laptop or phone was stolen today, would you be satisfied about the password you put on it?
Facebook’s 2019 security breach caused by gross mishandling of personal information over the last couple years got us thinking.
Seems like a good time to talk passwords.
Starting sometime in April, every Windows 7 user is going to start getting nagged by Microsoft while they work. Much like kids tugging on your pant leg while you’re trying to talk to a sales clerk, I’m sure it will be very low key and appreciated worldwide.
Happy 30th birthday to the World Wide Web! Its founders might tell you that the current internet isn’t what they expected or intended, but as the African proverb says: It takes 55.1% of the planet to raise a child.
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