How to optimize your network for your remote team

With the Centers for Disease Control recommending social distancing, many companies are maintaining business continuity by going largely or completely remote. While the majority of the workforce is adjusting to working from home, network engineers, tech support personnel, cybersecurity professionals, and other IT staff are making sure that remote networks are set up securely.

Protect your website from these cyberattacks

In a highly digital era, an online presence is crucial to the success of a business. For many companies, their website is the flagship for most of their digital and inbound marketing efforts. It’s where potential customers, clients, vendors, and partners can find them, learn about their company, and contact them.

What is network security, and why does your business need it?

Network security is a broad term that doesn’t refer to a specific type of product; rather, it’s a set of tools you can use to fortify your network from external and internal threats. In its simplest form, it refers to a set of rules and configurations put in place to safeguard the accessibility, integrity, and confidentiality of your data infrastructure.

7 Procedures for recovering from a cyberattack

No business leader likes to imagine worst-case scenario cyberattacks, but as the saying goes, failing to plan is planning to fail. Many cyberattacks and data breaches result in the affected company closing its doors for good or, at best, struggling to repair its damaged reputation and overcome legal sanctions.

6 Anti-spam rules every business needs to follow

Spam has been a nuisance ever since email was created. In fact, it accounts for 14.5 billion emails sent every day. It also costs the global economy billions of dollars every year in lost productivity and unnecessary bandwidth usage. And that’s before we even start looking into the more serious threats certain types of spam poses, such as phishing scams and malicious attachments.

What is XaaS, and why does it matter?

Industrialized countries are becoming increasingly reliant on their service economies driven by the fast pace of technological development. Traditional service-based businesses aside, almost every business is now taking advantage of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). That’s where it all started, and it’s still by far the largest distribution model of all.

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