Are Consumer-Grade File-Sharing Services Putting Your Data at Risk?

It has always been difficult to keep documents up-to-date and ensure that everyone on your team has the right version. Now that many employees are working remotely and sharing documents via mobile devices, the problem has only become more acute.

Cloud-based file-sharing services such as Dropbox, iCloud and Google Drive seem to provide a simple solution.

5 Tips for Boosting Your Wi-Fi Performance

Worldwide Wi-Fi traffic has surged to record levels as business, governments, schools and hundreds of millions of people have become reliant on their wireless networks. The increased traffic volume has also brought performance challenges, with increased reports of dropped connections, slow downloads, increased interference and broadband restrictions.

Beyond Backup

Data protection is just one component of a disaster recovery plan.

What would happen to your business in the event of a disaster?

According to experts, the vast majority of business owners would respond, “I don’t know.” The sobering reality is that very few businesses have disaster recovery (DR) plans — of those, very few are complete and up-to-date.

Total Recall

Single sign-on gives end-users just one strong password to remember to access multiple applications and services.

Human memory is fickle. We forget the name of someone we just met, where we parked our car at the mall, even our anniversary. Remembering passwords just adds to the burden.

Why You Need a Cybersecurity Incident Response Plan

Virtually all companies today depend on computer networks to link employees, suppliers and customers, exchange information and facilitate a variety of essential day-to-day tasks. Unfortunately, that makes them susceptible to cyberattacks. It’s why all companies need an incident response (IR) plan — a structured process for detecting, responding to and recovering from cybersecurity incidents.

The Cloud Security Conundrum

Many organizations lack a clear understanding of their role and responsibilities when it comes to securing the cloud.

The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified the value of cloud computing in business operations. The cloud supports work-from-home strategies by enabling remote access to applications and data, while also providing a cost-effective path to scalable IT infrastructure and innovative services.

Endpoint Protection Is Critical for Securing Remote Workforce

Millions of Americans now working from home are potentially exposing sensitive company information by using unsecured endpoint devices, according to several recent studies. An endpoint is a remote device that communicates with the network. In the case of a remote worker, this is typically a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile phone.