In the effort to reach compliance standards, you might overlook one key detail: compliance and security are two different things. If you want to be truly secure, it’s necessary to go above and beyond compliance standards.
Here we explore the pros and cons of business VoIP, hosted PBX, SIP Trunking and unified communications.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, creates a rash of new security problems throughout your business. Without proper handling, the IoT can cause you to significantly increase the volume of traffic moving through your network and raise the number of potential security holes across your business. Fortunately, you can act to secure the IoT in your business and improve your overall security.
Cyber attacks are a real risk for any business and their potential impact is only widening. With an increasing number of businesses relying heavily on technology for record-keeping, financial transactions, and other vital parts of the work day, it’s possible for a cyber attack to decimate a business. As a result, it’s more critical than ever to understand the potential cyber security threats to your business and how to manage them.
IoT, as with every new technology, holds true the dichotomy between enthusiastic adoption and reasonable caution. There are inherent weaknesses to any system, and new tech such as IoT pose a higher cyber security risk while its vulnerabilities are still in discovery.
In a tech company, there are two major categories of IT tasks. Those that develop and improve your product, and those that support normal company processes like the Network Operations Center (NOC) and help desk services.
When you’re looking for a cloud solution for your business, you want a high-quality offering. It needs to be strong and fast enough to support the needs of your business, but it also needs to have real cyber security that will prevent a range of threats from reaching your business’s important data, shutting down your…