Month: September 2011

What is VDI? Virtual Desktop Infrastructure – the PC of the Future

The rise of smart phones and tablet computers like the iPad have increased employees’ desire for anytime, anywhere access to their personal desktops and applications. It doesn’t matter whether the desktop is served from a local PC, or over the network, or over the Internet as long as they’re available, customizable, and provide a smooth…

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Desktop Virtualization (VDI) Webinar with Citrix and ACE IT Solutions

Have you ever wondered what is desktop virtualization and how can it help my business? Is it time to update your aging infrastructure? Are your employees wanting anytime, anywhere, any device access while you are looking for ways to stretch your IT dollars? Are you seeking a cost-effective way to deploy Windows 7 across your…

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Data Loss Prevention Tips

According to Juniper Research, 90 percent of organizations have suffered data breaches in one form or another over the past 12 months. If it is your business that has been hacked, how do you plan on telling your clients their personal information has been stolen? Data breaches are as damaging to your reputation as they…

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Employee Monitoring as a Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Strategy

According to the Ponemon Institute, the costs associated with data breaches caused by careless or malicious employees can be very damaging to an SMB. Ponemon’s survey found that 60 percent of exiting employees walked out with company information. Additionally, the productivity loss caused by unmonitored employees is costing small businesses more than they realize. The…

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