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  1. Protect Yourself From Cybercrime: 6 More Best Practices To Implement Now
    6/27/2016

    As discussed in Part 1, most companies have by now at least a basic awareness of the need to take action to reduce their vulnerability to cybercrime and to prepare for the possibility that they will suffer a cyberattack. In that article, we outlined six of our 12 best practices for addressing and responding to cyber risks. In Part 2, we will discuss the remaining six.

  2. Prepare For The 4 D’s: A Business Legacy Conversation
    6/27/2016

    Part of planning and preparation means being ready for the unexpected. There are four D’s that can drastically reduce the value of a company.  It is true for a sole owner, but obviously the likelihood increases with more people involved.

  3. Bringing Google Home To Work
    6/24/2016

    While Amazon Echo has steadily gained popularity over the last two years, the upcoming launch of Google Home will likely propel the adoption of smart devices even further in the home. And why not?

  4. Preparing For The Unexpected
    6/24/2016

    Dear? Is that a deer?  Legacy Planning – Preparing for the Unexpected.  What to do now?

  5. Exploiting Windows Vulnerabilities Shows No Sign Of Slowing: The 6 Major Threats To Watch
    6/24/2016

    Recently, I wrote about the continuing threat Windows users face. Despite the major advances Microsoft has made in terms of increased security safeguards available in the latest release, Windows 10, there are millions of PCs still running older versions of the popular operating system which are highly vulnerable and susceptible to external threats. Of the many flavors of Windows still widely used, Windows 7 remains the most popular version of the operating system and where cyber criminals continue to focus much of their efforts.

  6. Uncovering Business Insights Through Cognitive Search
    6/23/2016

    Big Data. It’s among the most pressing challenges — and opportunities — for today’s solution providers. Enterprise data, be it structured in databases and enterprise applications or unstructured textual data from documents (including contracts, letters, emails, newsfeeds, websites, and more) or videos and images, contains a wealth of content that, if searched and analyzed with cognitive intelligence, can deliver valuable insights for the customers you serve.

  7. How To Overcome HSM Cost Objections
    6/22/2016

    Cryptographic keys truly could be called the keys to an organization’s digital kingdom and that’s why they must be protected, both at rest and in use. Hardware security modules (HSMs) were created to do just that. HSMs act as both a locked box and a secure management platform for cryptographic keys — because the fact is, however powerful and flexible a crypto system may be a breach of cryptographic keys destroys its integrity. Consequently, HSMs have become the default foundation of security for any modern crypto system.

  8. What’s Your Number? A Business Value Conversation
    6/22/2016

    In the April HTGWAY, I talked about two legacies that we’ll leave as business owners – a personal legacy and a business legacy. Both are critical and obviously related. But let’s focus on the reality of how most of us view our business in regard to provide a legacy – it is a major (if not the major) source of funding four our retirement and future. It’s that simple for most, if we miss in creating enough value in our company we will fall short in having enough dollars to fund our lifestyle in retirement the way we wish it to be.

  9. Connected Retail Stores Are Putting Pressure On Network Resilience
    6/21/2016

    In our role as an IT equipment reseller and supplier, we’re charged with providing network connectivity solutions for many retailers with brick and mortar stores across the country. One of the more interesting trends we’ve been witnessing has been the unyielding expansion in the scope of what those retailers rely upon connectivity to achieve.

  10. 4 Ways To Deal With Cybersecurity Risks
    6/21/2016

    Web application security is a very hot topic these days. So what do CISOs need to know in order to deal with related risks?