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What’s next for IT: Insights from 2019

Digital transformation initiatives have been shaping the business landscape for the past two decades. The Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, big data, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and cloud computing all contribute to the modernization of business processes and the emergence of “people-centric smart spaces.

Benefits of Desktop-as-a-Service

Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) has become a model strategy for desktop management in businesses. For those who don't know, DaaS is subscription-based service wherein a cloud service provider manages the client’s virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Thanks to the flexibility and security the cloud offers, businesses have access to the desktop resources they need on demand.

Why DaaS is the solution-of-choice for organizations in these 5 industries

Many small- and medium-sized companies are still trying to figure out the right kind of technology to invest in, since they offer their own pros and cons. Whether you're going for cloud services, productivity apps, or online accounting tools, these investments could catapult your business to succeed in ways you’ve never imagined before.

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) vs. Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS): Which is right for your business?

Desktop virtualization is becoming an important technology because more and more employees demand to be cut loose from their cubicles. The term might sound like the sci-fi theme of your next holiday office party but in reality, desktop virtualization is a solution that allows IT to deploy hosted operating systems to remote clients.

The worst data breaches in history

Though many businesses have reached a point of desensitization when it comes to news about data breaches, stricter implementation of data regulations highlights the importance of protecting user data. Organizations are no longer just required to announce that their systems have been breached, but they are also mandated to pay fines and penalties.

Hartford businesses need layers of cybersecurity solutions to stay safe

The media is always quick to highlight devastating data breaches when they hit big companies, but smaller organizations aren’t spared and are often considered the best targets. Sadly, small businesses often don’t have adequate security controls in place to protect themselves, leaving them more vulnerable than consumers.

9 tips to prevent employee-induced security breaches.

Your business can invest all the funds on the latest cybersecurity technology like firewalls and threat detection tools, but there will always be one security risk that can't be blocked from entering the company networks: your employees.

While hackers and cybercriminals who use malware or other sophisticated techniques are often the first suspects of a data breach, many incidents prove that data breaches are typically caused by employee negligence and human error.