Companies that virtualize some or all of their infrastructure encounter a different set of security concerns.
With cyber threats becoming increasingly common, do you want a secure yet flexible way to access your corporate data and applications from outside the office? You need a VPN. A VPN (Virtual Private Network) secures a user’s Internet connection by encrypting all data that is sent and received.
You’ve probably heard cable Internet services touted as business-ready. Although these services are appropriate for some situations, they often do not qualify as business-class. When you are choosing an Internet Service Provider for your business, look for one that has built its services around the needs of businesses and offers a range of fast, reliable access services.
Let’s examine 5 ways businesses are streamlining communications and cutting costs by moving to a Hosted Voice over IP (VoIP) solution.
If you've heard the hype about cable Internet for business, here are three important questions to ask the provider first.
Who will take advantage of hosted business VoIP’s productivity-enhancing features and cost savings first: you or your competitors?