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Moving Target Defense

Emerging cybersecurity strategy can make vulnerable remote workers harder to hit.

“Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. The hands can’t hit what the eyes can’t see.”
Who could have guessed that Muhammad Ali’s famous quote about his boxing style would one day describe a new paradigm in cybersecurity? Like the famously quick boxer, the emerging security strategy aims to thwart attackers through continual movement and diversion.

Why the Cloud Needs Managed Services

Cloud applications and services won’t manage themselves. Now what?

The cloud makes it possible to reduce capital expenditures in IT infrastructure while gaining access to advanced technology solutions. Cloud services are faster to implement than on-premises IT infrastructure, and provides an “always-on” environment that better meets today’s business requirements.

DRaaS: Better Backup and Disaster Recovery for SMBs

It is impossible to overstate the importance of an effective backup and disaster (BDR) recovery solution. If you can’t recover data following a natural disaster, system failure or cyberattack, your business may not survive. Even a short interruption in service can be financially crippling — new research from Datto finds that the average cost of downtime has increased nearly 600 percent over the past three years.

Help for the Help Desk

Many IT teams are struggling to resolve the technology issues 
associated with remote work. Managed services can help.

The shift to remote work has largely been successful, enabling organizations to remain operational amid pandemic-related shutdowns and social distancing requirements.

Understanding the Value of UC

Unified communications solutions from one strategic 
partner deliver business value in unexpected ways.

Business communication and collaboration tools have enabled organizations to continue operations as employees have shifted to remote work. Online chat, instant messaging, video conferencing and file-sharing have supplemented email to facilitate decision-making and business processes.

Why High-Quality Cabling Is More Important Than Ever

Wireless networks have evolved from a “nice-to-have” feature to a mission-critical component of the IT infrastructure. Organizations that depend on mobile devices are equally dependent on Wi-Fi — sometimes more than they are the wired network.

But even organizations that rely primarily on wireless still require a high-performance, back-end wired network.