Month: May 2012

The Essentials of IT Security

Businesses rely on vast amounts of confidential data on a daily basis. Whether it is customer information, sales figures, product development, financial data, policy compliance or trade secrets, most businesses revolve around information. Yet, According to a 2010 study by Carnegie Mellon University, more than two-thirds of businesses on Forbes Global 2000 list “rarely” or…

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Is Your Business Ready for the Cloud?

It is more than likely that your business is already using cloud services, whether it is an email service, website hosting or offsite backup. Those services are only the tip of the cloud — the options can be endless (and sometimes confusing). How can you tell if your business is ready to make a bigger…

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Mobile Device Management Tips for SMBs

Mobile devices are essential to staying productive in today’s business environment, but businesses continue to struggle when putting together a strategy on securely managing employees’ mobile devices. Use these best practices for mobile device management as a starting point: Be realistic,  employees are going to use their mobile devices for work. So it is best…

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MPLS Network Benefits Explained

Recognized as the industry leader in private wide area networking (WAN) technology, Multi protocol label switching (MPLS) is used to deliver data, voice and video service between multiple business locations and typically provides more bandwidth at lower costs than a traditionally-routed network. MPLS  transcends individual technologies to help increase a distributed enterprises’ productivity and improve…

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