Did you know that 80% of security breaches involve some kind of password breach? As businesses continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, added security measures must be put in place for VDI environments. The traditional password nomenclature as we once knew it is a thing of the past. The information we keep online is too important to only safeguard with a single string of characters. Our security methods must evolve.
All Flash. Superior Performance.
It's back! The IBM FlashSystem 5030 is a storage system built with IBM Spectrum Virtualize providing enterprise-grade performance and functionality without compromising affordability. With outstanding performance and versatility, the FlashSystem 5030 makes handling mid-range workloads truly affordable. Shrink storage needs with inclusive guaranteed data reduction, while being ready for the future with scalability.
Cloud Mail Backup Made Easier
Are you one of the many businesses using cloud-based applications like O365 or G-Suite for your email? As companies increasingly move data into cloud-based applications like these, there is a pre-concieved notion that there is no need for traditional backups since cloud-based applications are generally always available, accessible from anywhere, and highly redundant. The reality, however, is that data stored in the cloud is just as vulnerable to corruption and loss as data stored on premises.
Ongoing: Secure your systems today.
Unpatched systems are one of the easiest attack points for criminals looking to gain access to corporate networks. New system vulnerabilities are being discovered daily and companies are constantly issuing patches to deal with them. If those patches are not applied, cyber criminals have an easy entry point into your network.
Patch management also ensures that your enterprise systems keep working as they should. Application of all necessary patches helps ensure that any potential problem can be resolved quickly before it affects your business.
Ongoing: Scan your domain today.
The Dark Web is a term that refers specifically to a collection of websites that exist on an encrypted network within the Internet. While the Dark Web can have legitimate purposes, it is estimated that more than 50% of all sites on the Dark Web are used for illegal activity, including the exploiting and sale of digital credentials.