According to recent real-time traffic reports from the federal Digital Analytics Program – the world’s largest source for web traffic analytics – nearly 20 percent of the 700 million December visits to federal websites were from computers still running Windows 7. Starting tomorrow, those users and any others using the
In a second warning the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) has noted that, if recent reports are correct, nearly one million computers connected directly to the internet are still exposed to a vulnerability in Windows Remote Desktop Services. Dubbed “BlueKeep,” it allows an unauthorized user to remotely log in to
Unified communications (UC) integrates instant messaging, presence information, voice, mobility, audio, web and more services to make the communication process between internal teams and customers easier. So, why haven’t you made the switch yet? We get it, it’s a big decision, but did you know there are five benefits that
Learn How to Solve the 3 Toughest Challenges So, you’re thinking about implementing a remote workforce, huh? That’s smart… like, saving-thousands-of-dollars smart. With transportation and car-related expenses—on average—your employees are spending a thousand dollars a month in gas, insurance and vehicle maintenance. But, working remote comes with its own challenges.
What’s the key to getting ahead of your competitors? Integrating new technology into your infrastructure. You want your business to be more competitive in 2018, and thankfully hundreds of new technologies were unveiled at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). But, when there are so many new technologies, how
Target, Sony, Home Depot—you’ve witnessed how impactful data security breaches can be to an organization and its customers. But did you know you could pay $100,000 or more a month for not being PCI compliant and that 69 percent of consumers are less inclined to do business with a breached