Don’t Fall Victim to Ransomware

We’ve talked before about using proper data protection strategies to protect yourself from ransomware. This is important, because if there’s no free online decryptor for your files, you will want to be able to restore them from backup so that you don’t have to pay the criminal. Still, the best thing you can do is […]

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AI for security: Microsoft Security Risk Detection makes debut

Microsoft is making a cloud service that uses artificial intelligence to track down bugs in software generally available, and it will begin offering a preview version of the tool for Linux users as well. Microsoft Security Risk Detection, previously known as Project Springfield, is a cloud-based tool that developers can use to look for bugs […]

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The Benefits of Virtualization

Obstacles such as shrinking budgets and lack of IT resources, has made business phone system virtualization (Virtual Voice) a must-have technology for many businesses.  Get up to speed on the benefits of virtualization and find out why many businesses are moving their business phone systems into a virtualized environment. In this episode of UC Tech […]

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How to maintain a high-quality database

The global data management report of 2016, indicates that due to the fact that more businesses are moving to the cloud, 74% of U.S. organizations would use a SaaS solution to identify and resolve data issues. The most urgent services that these organizations need for their data management are: Removal of duplicates: Normally, data comes […]

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Scaling Compute and Storage with HyperFlex

Flexibility in Scale We can see some unique benefits to HyperFlex, one that stands out is the flexibility in which we can scale resources. One complaint which is often heard from customers considering HCI is that when they run out of one particular resource like storage they need to buy a whole new node to […]

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Turns Out Incident Response Is Way More than Half the IT Security Battle

In many case it’s turning out that the only thing uglier than the malware organizations are being plagued with may very well be the way they respond to those attacks. Two separate studies published this week suggest there’s a lot of room for improvement in terms of how organizations go about investigating and responding to […]

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Yandex Open Sources CatBoost, A Gradient Boosting Machine Learning Library

Artificial intelligence is now powering a growing number of computing functions, and today the developer community today is getting another AI boost, courtesy of Yandex. Today, the Russian search giant — which, like its US counterpart Google, has extended into a myriad of other business lines, from mobile to maps and more — announced the […]

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The Best Mobile OS For Unified Communications

The Best Mobile OS For Unified Communications Android vs iOS for Business- The question which is always there in the subject for debate. Both have their own features. It is very difficult to decide which platform is best for your needs. The familiarity and consistency is what keeps users coming back after every new iteration […]

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Adding more devices to your network slows your WiFi network

The number of IoT devices in the average home is on the rise. There’s no doubt that in present to near future, you will be connecting your security cameras, thermostat, lights, laptops, smartphones, smart TVs and much more to your network. Now, what’s really happening when all these devices connect to your home network? When […]

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Are you Cloud Ready?

Most IT organizations are trying to determine how their traditional on-premises infrastructure will work when they start leveraging cloud resources. Even those already leveraging cloud may have confusion over what to put where, what works best in what environment, and what may need to be kept on-premises. Security remains a top concern. Barracuda is a […]

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