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By Rohit Dhamankar, Vice President, Threat Intelligence, Alert Logic When it comes to incorporating strong cybersecurity hygiene into their practices, small and midsize businesses (SMBs) sometimes don’t realize how susceptible they are to cyber attacks. They read the latest news about a big-name organization getting hacked and conclude that this… Read more
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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By Kelsey Epps, Senior Technical Partner Strategist, BitTitan There’s no question that businesses have adopted the cloud, big-time. In fact, Reuters reports that Microsoft has been shifting its reliance from the Windows operating system toward selling cloud-based services. Revenues have topped $1 trillion as the software giant predicts even more… Read more
By Al Alper, CEO, CyberGuard360 and Absolute Logic Cyberattack! It’s the word that strikes fear in the heart of every business owner. By now, most business owners are aware of the basic measures needed to help mitigate the threat – training employees to verify email that looks remotely suspicious, disallowing… Read more
By Marc Cram, Director of Sales, Server Technology In the 1880s, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla battled for the nation’s energy contract in what is now known as the War of the Currents. Edison developed direct current (DC) and it was the standard in the U.S. However, direct current is… Read more
By Emil Sayegh, CEO & President of Hostway Gartner recently made a bold claim: The data center is dead. Along with this proclamation, Gartner predicts that 80% of enterprises will have shut down their traditional data center by 2025, compared to the 10% we see today. Gartner also states that… Read more