Cloud Computing

Last Call for Microsoft Server 2003

Microsoft Windows Server support is ending on July 14, 2015.  After July 14, Microsoft will no longer issue security updates for any version of Windows Server 2003. If you are still running Windows Server 2003 in your datacenter, you need to take steps now to plan and execute a migration strategy to protect your infrastructure. Businesses…

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Simplify device management and secure your business

By eliminating the complications of multiple passwords, this simple but powerful service makes accessing and managing SaaS and mobile applications secure and efficient for everyone. AVG Secure Single Sign On (SSO) delivers simplified mobile device management and secure multi-factor authentication for virtually all devices. Cloud based secure single sign on Eliminate password complexity: Each user needs only…

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Overlooked Security Risks

Cyber risk management is about more than firewalls, disaster recovery, anti-virus and stopping high-profile hacker attacks. There are less obvious risks you may be overlooking. 1. Storage Media Take care of your backup and storage media so it is there for you when you need it. If you have an emergency or fall victim to a…

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Startups Taking Advantage of the Public Cloud

More and more small and startup businesses are taking advantage of the public cloud and the benefits it offers to help get their businesses off the ground. Thanks to the economy of scale, the public cloud is an economical way to get the business running quickly for minimal upfront IT costs, allowing businesses to essentially…

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How to handle DDoS Attacks

Distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) are on the rise — and the hackers that launch these attacks are only getting nastier and smarter, which means DDoS attacks are also getting larger. In fact, the bandwidth for a recent attack topped 48 Gbps, an increase of more than 700% from the previous attacks. An attack of that size…

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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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Colocation or Cloud Hosting – What is the Difference?

 Colocation services and cloud hosting both move IT workloads out of a business’ in-house data center and offer alternatives to traditional on-premises data center approaches; but the terms are not interchangeable. Colocation and cloud hosting offer some comparable benefits, but each is best suited to satisfy different scenarios. One of the biggest differences between colocation and cloud…

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Cyber Security Threat Preparedness

Managing cybersecurity risks requires a fine balance. Too much protection can overburden IT staff and budgets, while too much risk can expose organizations to data theft, system downtime, fines, loss of customer trust and even bad publicity. Which is why today’s rapidly evolving threat landscape demands smarter and more responsive managed security services. When thinking…

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10 Security Questions to Ask your Cloud Provider

Businesses that are thinking about moving critical applications and sensitive data to a public or shared cloud must address cloud security. Cloud security and controls should provide the same or a greater level of security than the business would have in-house. Before deciding on a cloud hosting provider consider these 10 points:* 1. Where is…

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