Month: August 2013

New York Times Falls Victim to Hacker Attack

The websites of the New York Times and Twitter were targeted by hackers on Tuesday afternoon, August 27. On Wednesday, the New York Times site was still suffering problems related to the DNS attack. The popular newspaper and social network’s domain name details were maliciously edited by the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), who claimed responsibility…

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MDM and MAM: What is the Difference?

Mobile device management (MDM) and Mobile application management (MAM) are key technologies for enabling secure smartphone and tablet use, especially in a BYOD environment. Though some of the use cases for these two technologies overlap, each technology should be considered individually when deciding how to best meet your company’s objectives. In general, MDM is geared…

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NAC Security in a BYOD Environment

Network access control (NAC) is a solution whose time has come. The popularity of BYOD and business-critical SaaS apps, makes NAC a critical infrastructure component. NAC bolsters the security of a proprietary network by restricting the availability of network resources to endpoint devices that comply with a defined security policy. NAC restricts the data that…

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Why Businesses Outsource Technology

Reduce and control operating costs Staffing an in-house IT department can be costly. By outsourcing your IT to a trusted technology firm you’ll save on salary and other related employee expenses. After-Hours Accessibility When your business closes for the day, your technology keeps working.  It is not always practical to have an employee on staff …

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