Beware of Computer Malware: The Cross-Platform Problem There was a time where you could safely assume a portable drive hooked onto to a windows PC wouldn’t be able to transfer some strain of malware to a MAC system. Most viruses were a match made in heaven for Windows, and MACs were getting none of that action. Things have changed, however. We’re now faced with cross-platform threats such as Koobface, the story of which has been illustrated in the following infographic. Malware such as Koobface is only a tiny part of a much larger botched up security puzzle. One way to
Understanding Twitter’s Security Enhancements Last week Twitter announced a significant security enhancement – enablement of forward secrecy on twitter.com, api.twitter.com, and mobile.twitter.com domains. The prime objective of this change is to deprive hackers of an important exploitation tool. Why was this necessary? In the past 18 months, Twitter, akin to many other social network companies, has come under several cyber attacks by hacking community. Though not publicly acknowledged, some of them may have lead to data breaches as well. Also in between a new adversary has emerged in the form of Govt. assisted programs like NSA. It is now widely
Let’s Talk Workspace Cloud Security! Let’s face it, security most likely tops the list for IT challenges and now with cloud technology’s significant expansion over the years and the increase of personal devices, also known as BYOD, being used in and outside the workplace, the challenges have gotten that much more intense. As per BT.com’s infograph nearly half the concerns about BYOD security includes giving out unauthorized security information, using an unsecure device, and even theft of devices. (Image Source: Shutterstock) BYOD’s are the biggest concern; however, a company’s most fragile security spot begins with its employees. More specifically, human
What Do People Expect Out Of Cloud Telephony? Due to the wide variety of advances in communications and information technology, people now have high expectations regarding this different methods of communication that are coming out. A lot of people are also interested in having a look at cloud telephony and seeing how it can help their business. Using cloud telephony often means browsing through the different options and seeing what sort of package will work best in your company. Cloud computing as a whole is becoming more popular and is often seen as a much easier and safer method, though
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Cloud Infographic: Reasons To Adopt Cloud AccountingIn 2014 Any small business owner knows that bookkeeping is a necessary evil that takes time and energy away from the revenue-earning aspects of the business. It can be frustrating to try and keep track of all of the transactions associated with your business. It can be complicated further by erratic cash flow. Having a cost efficient accounting system reduces many of these frustrations… Continue reading the article: Top 10 Reasons For Making the Switch to Cloud Accounting Software Included is a terrific infographic provided courtesy of Sage. Infographic Source: Sage
The Right Way To Do Exchange In The Cloud The Story of Exchange Server For the past decade, front office and back office systems, such as CRM, payroll, and document management, have gradually moved to the cloud. That change has been relatively seamless. But now enterprises are contemplating and executing the migration of once immovable major systems that have been ensconced inside the walls of the corporation for decades. At the top of the list is Exchange Server, Microsoft’s enterprise stalwart. With the introduction of Office 365 in 2011, Microsoft is encouraging businesses to shift core apps like Exchange, SharePoint