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Internet of Things Devices

Exploring the Internet of Things

Lately, when Internet of Things (IoT) security shows up in the news, warnings about overly connected Christmas toys or the hacking of an unfortunate consumer’s NEST home system make the headlines. These stories are based on the consumer level. However, the IoT can be just as prevalent, and much more...
Storage options for your business in 2020

Storage Solutions for Your Business in 2020

A new year is upon us! You’ve made resolutions and budgets to improve both yourself and your organization. As part of that process, many CIOs take this opportunity to consider their data storage options and infrastructure. Recently, we detailed some of the advancements available thanks to new capabilities within Windows...
Cyber Attack Evolution for the New Year

Cyber Attack Evolution for the New Year

As 2019 draws to a close, you may be tempted to relax and enjoy the holidays. However, before you do so, let’s make sure you're keeping up with the new wave of evolved attacks and vulnerabilities.  Sometimes, evolution does not involve a novel attack, but instead, a new way to...
Woman using Windows Computer - Make the Switch to Windows Server 2019

Make the Switch to Windows Server 2019 Now

As 2019 comes to an end, so too does support for several key Microsoft products.  In September, we covered the end of Windows 7 security updates. Now, Microsoft is closing the door on Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 support. As with Windows 7, the “end of support” means no more of...
Mobile devices and multifactor authentication

Phones & Multifactor Authentication Vulnerabilities

Single-factor authentication leaves you vulnerable to hacking. That’s why we always recommend using multifactor authentication, or at least two-factor authentication, to present an attacker with additional friction and complexity. If you’ve added multifactor authentication into place, that’s great. You’re more secure for it. However, you’re now vulnerable to what’s known...