Unless you live under a rock or have your head in the sand, cybersecurity is a big ol’ deal right now. We don’t even have to tell you that - just look at this Wired article and try not to throw your computer out your three-story window (not recommended). There’s a lot of talk about sophisticated hackers getting smarter and constantly evolving to beat out security solutions - and the proof is in the 6 trillion dollar pudding.
With ransomware looping its way into major headlines weekly, we wanted to cover what we find to be a great defense for this growing cyber threat. With WannaCry ransomware hitting more than 300,000 computers throughout Europe, parts of Asia and the United States earlier this month, and imitators quick on its heels, ransomware is still a force to be reckoned with.
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We are very excited to announce our Platinum Sponsorship with Colorado’s Mountain Connect Conference in Keystone, Colorado! We will exhibiting during this three-day event focused on serving and supporting our communities through hybrid infrastructure. Take a look at what the conference has in store for you below, and we hope to see you June 5 - 7?
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1998: The year Shania Twain and Savage Garden topped the charts. The Chicago Bulls defeated the Utah Jazz in the NBA Championship, Titanic took home Best Picture, and Microsoft released Windows 98, complete with the very "futuristic" setting: the screensaver.
Getting tired of this headline yet? Today, cyber attacks are becoming more prevalent, and it isn’t just affecting big retailers like Target and Home Depot. Companies today are averaging 16,937 malware alerts a week, and there’s no sign of slowing down. According to Neil Bryden, Former CISO and Info Security Strategist, the bad guys are getting even smarter. With cyber terrorism ranking #3 in the illicit marketplace, the snakes of the deep dark web are wrapping themselves around every cent they can find. How much did you ask? Try $104 billion in 2013, railing over the measly $40 billion security industry.
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We’ve all been there. That dolorous moment where your computer won’t publicly connect to the projector. The awkward laptop hover, muttering to yourself and begging for help from the audience. Whether you’re hosting a meeting for ten, or a presentation for a hundred, these tips for presentation preparedness are all about saving you time, and embarrassment. Here’s our guide to avoiding those cringe-worthy tech fails.
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1000-person survey finds virtualization to be the top IT game changer for IT leaders. With most companies approaching the end of their fiscal year, this highly valuable and efficient nugget of technology should be highly considered when mapping this year’s IT budget.