Month: June 2014

Putting Cyber Security Threat Numbers to Work for your Business

Cyber security companies like to throw around numbers: such as these stats from IBM and Verizon: 66% of the breaches took months or more to discover Approximately 70% of the breaches were discovered by external parties 37% of breaches occurring between 2012 and 2013 affected financial organizations 92% of organizational breaches were perpetrated by outsiders…

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CNBC: Large Hedge Fund Suffers Cyber Attack

According to CNBC, cybercriminals acting in late 2013 installed a malicious computer program on the servers of a large hedge fund, crippling its high-speed trading strategy and sending information about its trades to unknown offsite computers. They attack was thwarted by a cyber intelligence firm BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, which declined to name the hedge fund…

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VDI, Hosted Desktops, DaaS: What’s the difference?

Many businesses are turning to virtual desktops to deliver simpler desktop management, less hardware and increased flexibility and mobility to users. There are a variety of ways to make that happen and you’ve probably noticed there are a confusing assortment of terms being tossed around in reference to virtual desktops such as VDI, hosted desktops…

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Benefits of Office 365

End of support for Office 2003 and Windows XP mean that SMBs are starting to rethink their PC strategy. More and more business are taking advantage of the cloud to keep workers productive and Microsoft Office 365 is a logical way to update out-of-date software and delve into the cloud at the same time. Office…

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