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Executive Corner

Exclusive interview with Superb.Net’s Haralds Jass: Reflections on Twenty-Two Years as an Internet Frontrunner

August 8, 2018

By Quincy Solano, Marketing Manager, Superb Internet Corp. Cloud hosting company, Superb Internet Corporation, was founded 22 years ago by current President and CEO, Haralds Jass, when he was just 16 years old. More than two decades in business have given Jass a powerful firsthand perspective on the Internet as… Read more

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The Top 4 Traits of Top Performing MSPs

June 26, 2018

Key Findings from IT Glue’s Global MSP Benchmark Survey By Joshua Oakes, Documentation Evangelist, IT Glue The managed services business is reinventing itself, quickly. Companies are starting to realize the value of process and planning. More MSP owners, having been in the game a while, are starting to think more… Read more

GDPR – Comply or Pay High Fees

May 11, 2018

Mark Gaydos, Chief Marketing Officer, Nlyte Software General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is Europe’s new data protection law that standardizes data protection across all 28 EU countries and imposes strict new rules on controlling and processing personally identifiable information (PII). The new mandate replaces the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive,… Read more

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What Businesses Need to Know in the Wake of a Major Data Breach March 15, 2018

By Jason Tan, CEO, Sift Science Online businesses everywhere are going to be dealing with the effects of data breaches in the post-Equifax breach era. It’s a tough truth to swallow, but these large-scale data breaches have become a fact of life – and it’s not just the breached business… Read more

Reducing Data Center Risk with Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) February 1, 2018

Mark Gaydos, Chief Marketing Officer, Nlyte Software In 2017, data center failures around the world became big news. The British Airways outage in May, which caused the cancellation of over 400 flights and stranded 75,000 passengers, cost the company an estimated $112 million in refunds and compensation. This doesn’t take… Read more

The impact of GDPR: What businesses should plan for in 2018 January 19, 2018

David Thomas, CEO of Evident ID After a busy year of increasing data breaches and threats to personal data across the globe, a major data privacy protection reform effort from the European Union is barreling down the pipeline. It’s an important step forward for consumers’ rights and safety; however, companies… Read more

Dropbox Dropping AWS: What Gives? December 19, 2017

By Emil Sayegh, CEO & President of Hostway Here we go again. Towards the end of 2017, we saw another company announcing leaving AWS as Dropbox has officially packed up their hundreds of petabytes of data in favor of rolling out their own custom infrastructure. The story of why a… Read more