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Live Real Time Hacking and Ransomware Tracking Maps Online

By Kiril Kirilov | May 14, 2017

Real Time Hacking Attacks We’ve recently covered a few real time hacking maps but have decided to extend the list based on the recent ransomware activities with some additional real time hacking attack and ransomware tracking maps. Ransomware refers to malicious

5 Data Security Tips Small Businesses Should Mimic

By Loren Baker | May 12, 2017

Data Security Tips As more and more companies begin to switch to the cloud, cyber attacks need to be a top priority for business owners of all sizes and within all industries. But small businesses in particular face a greater

6 Blockchain Applications That Any Small Business Owner Can Use

By Loren Baker | May 10, 2017

6 Blockchain Applications Although associated with the virtual currency bitcoin, blockchain technology can be applied across multiple industries, and it could be particularly appealing to small business owners who are in need of affordable and secure ways to transfer and

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Back-End Tools that Support Small Business Efficiency

By Jennifer Klostermann | April 28, 2017

Small Business Efficiency Getting your startup organized doesn’t have to be hard work, but considering the investment of your time and money into building your own business, it makes sense to put in place the right tools to keep the

Over 100 New Ransomware Families Discovered Last Year

By Kiril Kirilov | April 4, 2017

100 New Ransomware Families The world in 2016 sees a rapid rise of ransomware attacks that are increasingly targeting specific businesses and entire industries. A report by David Balaban for privacy-pc.com shows that ransomware attacks have occurred virtually on a

4 Tips for Secure Video Conferencing

By Vineet Misra | March 30, 2017

Securing Video Conferencing Today, cybersecurity dominates headlines as businesses of all sizes and across multiple industries are falling victim to data breaches and distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks. Yet unified communications technologies have gained less attention in the security

Top Security and IT Priorities To Pay Close Attention To

By CloudTweaks | March 20, 2017

Top Security Priorities By 2019, cybercrime is expected to cost businesses over $2.1 trillion globally according to Juniper Research. Needless to say, security and IT professionals and teams have been under immense pressure to secure their organizations while trying not

10 Security Related Resources

By Kiril Kirilov | March 8, 2017

Security Resources We have a compiled a small list of interesting free security tools and resources as part of our ongoing effort to provide many of the best curated discoveries to our readership. Please continue to visit CloudTweaks as we

5 Pitfalls to Avoid when Selecting a Cloud-based Video Conferencing System

By Vineet Misra | March 7, 2017

Video Conferencing System Pitfalls A recent survey revealed that three out of four executives predict that video conferencing will ultimately overtake conference calls. Findings indicate that video conferencing will only become more essential, and selecting the right system for your

Top Cloud IPOs To Watch For In 2017

By Kiril Kirilov | February 23, 2017

Top cloud IPOs A number of large cloud companies are set for IPO in 2017, with one of them – Mulesoft – suggesting it can go public as early as March with an offering worth some $100 million. Other possible

5 Recommendations for Effective Governance, Risk and Compliance Management

By Vibhav Agarwal | February 20, 2017

Effective Governance, Risk and Compliance Cloud adoption continues to grow, which is evident from the fact that annual 2016 revenues for cloud vendors were “within touching distance” of $150 billion. Gartner also predicts that, a corporate ‘no-cloud’ policy will be

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Building a High Growth IT: 5 Tips For 2017

By Marc Malizia | January 17, 2017

High Growth IT Building and maintaining a cloud computing platform will be much different in 2017 than it has been in past years. Today’s business climate is driven by many forces constantly disrupting traditional IT culture. Digital transformation is helping companies