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Keeping Your Business Data Secure In An Insecure World

Keeping Your Business Data Secure In An Insecure World If you’re a small or medium-sized business (SMB), you might be hoping keeping your head down and staying off the Cloud will keep your data safe from interlopers — hackers and government agencies alike. Yet Verizon Communications’ 2013 Data Breach Investigations Report found 72 percent of

Five Cool Technologies Cloud Services Make Possible

Five Cool Technologies Cloud Services Make Possible

Five Cool Technologies Cloud Services Make Possible Cloud computing is essentially IT as a Service, where shared resources, software and data are accessed on demand via an internet connection. Whilst no one can predict how this will revolutionize technology in the future, for now, it’s already facilitating some pretty cool technologies. On-the-Go Entertainment Gaming platform Steam

Data Encryption For Education

Data Encryption For Education

Data Encryption For Education Schools, colleges and universities are facing data security issues on a regular basis and the nature of their IT systems present unique challenges. Balancing diverse information with required security control is complicated when the IT infrastructure is decentralized and difficult to manage. Adding to these challenges is a diverse user population and

Cloud Whitepaper: Bring Your Own Mobile Devices To School

Cloud Whitepaper: Bring Your Own Mobile Devices To School

Cloud Whitepaper: Bring Your Own Mobile Devices To School HP BYOD in Education Students and faculty are free to use personal mobile devices to access school resources while IT maintains control. Who should read this paper? School administrators, IT directors, security managers, and network managers should read this white paper to learn how HP Networking

Cloud Infographic: The Real Cost Of BYOD

Cloud Infographic: The Real Cost Of BYOD

Cloud Infographic: The Real Cost Of BYOD As employees continue to bring personal mobile devices and laptops into the workplace, most businesses have resigned themselves to dealing with the security and management headaches of the new BYOD reality. But now, with the growing popularity of cloud storage and synchronization services, companies have found themselves facing the