Researchers develop a new decryption tool that helps stop the threat of MarsJoke. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Experts explain where the IT opportunities in law enforcement lie and how solutions providers can capitalize.
A 10-camera surveillance solution for outdoor locations at a housing project leads to additional business for this systems integrator.
What makes you and your company different? Is it your people? Is it how much you care about your customers? Is it all the training you have and industry certifications? Is it the solutions you offer?
Want to provide your clients with a solution that can help them protect their most valuable investment — their sensitive data — while generating a major new revenue stream? Read on. By Gary Watson, Vice President Technical Engagement, Nexsan
Robert Mueller, the former head of the FBI, is quoted as saying, “There are only two types of companies — those that have been hacked and those that will be.” By Christopher Camejo, Director of Threat and Vulnerability Analysis, NTT Security
Access governance continues its climb toward becoming a dominant force in a growing market in a plethora of industries throughout the U.S. and beyond. Organizations now more than ever investing resources in access governance solutions so they can improve process efficiency and the security of their networks without much effort. By Dean Wiech, managing director, Tools4ever
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) have long served as their customers’ IT security experts. Small- and medium-sized businesses typically do not have the IT expertise or resources in-house, and so rely on their MSPs to provide the high level of IT support they could not create on their own. As the security landscape evolves and becomes more complex, MSPs also find themselves managing multiple vendors for different product areas, from endpoint security, email, disk encryption, network and mobile security, and wireless capabilities.
In advance of Apple’s upcoming press conference on September 7th, it’s a good time to take a look at recent announcements the company has made that are directly impacting the enterprise. Apple has been making clear and vocal shifts to increase its enterprise business over the past two years. The company now has partnerships with major enterprise players, including IBM (July 2014), Cisco (September 2015), and now SAP (May 2016). Not only do these partnerships strengthen Apple’s enterprise position, they also give the company access to hundreds of millions of potential enterprise customers.
Pax8, the leading value-added cloud distributor, today announced it was named Distributor of the Year by The ASCII Group, a membership-based community of independent MSPs, VARs, and solution providers, at the2016 IT SMB Success Summit in Newport, Rhode Island.