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4 Ways IT Can Prepare for Employees Returning to the Office

As some companies are considering reopening, the traditional office setup is required again as employees cease working from home. How will IT handle it? What will the office look like post-COVID? … [Read more...]

Ensuring Secure File Transfers from Mobile Devices

Like it or not, today’s world is a connected one, and data is shared at an alarming rate between mobile device users, company networks, and cloud services (including social networks). … [Read more...]

Are SFTP And FTP The Same?

Nope, I haven’t lost my mind. “One is secure, the other isn’t,” you claim. But there’s more to it than that. … [Read more...]

7 Alternatives to Email for Sending Large Files

Sending large files by email was never a practical solution as there are too many variables involved between the sender and recipient. … [Read more...]

Were State and Local Government IT Teams Ready for COVID-19?

As lockdown measures and stay-at-home orders were launched to curb virus spread, IT found themselves with a slew of new responsibilities. … [Read more...]

CCTV is a Data Compliance Issue

As a company owner, you may well think that you can install closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras as you see fit on company premises, but the reality is a little different. … [Read more...]

Rogue Device Detection And Prevention

How do we protect ourselves from rogue devices? What are the current solutions? … [Read more...]

6 Ways for Financial Institutions to Avoid Wire Fraud

Wire fraud is a federal offense under U.S. law and refers to fraud committed using electronic communications, such as telephone or computer. Unfortunately for financial institutions, wire fraud is on the increase, and not just in the U.S. … [Read more...]

HTTPS and A Padlock Does Not Mean A Website is Secure

Online shoppers are often encouraged to ensure that their chosen online stores are 'secure', that the 's' in HTTPS is visible, and that the web browser displays a lock symbol. Propagating these visible indicators as confirmation of website security is not only irresponsible; it's also dangerous. … [Read more...]

6 Issues That Sysadmins Should Consider When Everyone is Remote

With ‘social distancing’ a familiar term to most of us at this point, many companies have allowed their employees to work from home, given that the alternative is to cease operations entirely. But it brings a myriad of IT problems. … [Read more...]