The most vulnerable players of 2017

History has shown us that as the years go by, malware attacks are constantly on the increase and 2017 was no exception. Data compiled from the National Vulnerability Database (NVD) showed that 2017 had the highest number of vulnerability entries and with GDPR  just around the corner, we now have to keep in mind that security breaches also come with more stringent legal complications and the possibility of fines.

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8 checklist items to help with GDPR compliance

The clock is ticking. Right now is the time to assess how your company handles personal data. Learn more about what kind of items you need to check off before GDPR goes into effect in May 2018.

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3 common network problems and how to fix them

Nothing is more annoying than a slow connection. They say if you want to test a new relationship, put that person in front of a computer that is working at a snail’s pace and see how they react. That is a true test of patience.

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Secure your accounts with a passphrase, not a password

Unfortunately, insecure passwords are not a thing of the past. As companies continue to grow, employees will use more and more applications that require a passcode. It’s time you enforce a new strategy to improve the security of your network. A good password is no longer enough to keep baddies from infiltrating your systems. It’s […]

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The 6 malware culprits at every workplace

No matter how many times your IT staff tells employees not to download software and  no matter how many policies and  employee handbooks, it is inevitable, an employee is going to put  your network at risk by bending or breaking those rules.

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Efficiency and cost savings for a 21st-century digital publisher

Since 2012 the world’s most famous educational publisher Encyclopædia Britannica has been entirely digital, producing a range of learning products for all levels of ability.

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Cloud Services Provider builds growing business around Kerio

Ronin, an IT-services provider from Fresno, California, is a fast-growing cloud-services business built on Kerio and the cloud. They provide hosted email and phone services via a large fibre connection with 99.99% uptime.

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Communication – The key to great customer relationships

Did you know, your choice of technology and the communication solutions you use has a direct impact on the productivity of your business?

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