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GFI OneGuard: The pocketknife of IT tools

Being a sysadmin is hard, we know that! And that is why we recently launched GFI OneGuard, one platform which integrates three solutions which are normally found as stand alone solutions

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How to keep mission critical email online

Email is the lifeblood of your business. Your sales team uses it every day to deliver quotes and keep in touch with your customers. Your customers use it to submit orders to you.

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Two new platforms, more ways to automate and secure

It’s certainly been a busy few months here at GFI Software. Our developers have been busy finalising not one but two brand new products that have been in Beta since the end of November.

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Shared responsibility model: The complicated relationship between customer and provider in cloud security

Moving IT assets to the cloud offers many benefits to organizations. It can save costs, it can increase convenience for users, and it shifts some (but not all) of the burden of administration and security.

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GFI Software acquires Kerio Technologies’ Kerio Connect, Kerio Control, Kerio Operator and Kerio Cloud products

GFI Software announced today the acquisition of the Kerio Connect, Kerio Control, Kerio Operator and Kerio Cloud, products from Kerio Technologies.

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The delusion that is the cheap cloud

Better, faster, cheaper! That’s what “The Cloud” promises. Move your services to the cloud and you’ll save so much money and be way more efficient, you’ll be considered a hero by your CEO.

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GFI OneConnect Beta brings advanced protection and email continuity

Ensuring safe and continuous delivery of business emails is one of IT department’s top priorities. Today we’re presenting GFI OneConnect Beta, a solution delivering a more secure and reliable email service for businesses of all sizes.

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What is Defender ATP and how it protects your endpoints and infrastructure?

With all the recent major Microsoft launches, one new technology went almost unnoticed. The Defender ATP security service offers advanced protection against cyber-attacks based on big data analysis.

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Why is using PSTs in 2016 a bad idea?

Using outdated technologies created for personal use in an enterprise environment has never been a good idea. Using Outlook’s PST files in 2016 is a typical example of such a poor practice.

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What the Future Brings for Emails in SMBs

Many modern-day business prophets have predicted the demise of email in companies, but it’s still here, alive and kicking. What will the future bring for this channel of business communication?

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