MegaPath has issued a customer advisory to address the recently announced security flaw in OpenSSL, known as Heartbleed. The advisory includes information about MegaPath's security practices and the outcome of MegaPath's security audit relating to the Heartbleed bug.
Increased accessibility to cross-platform data sharing and ever-changing and increasingly malicious threats make Managed Security Services a necessity for businesses today.
Data breach and data loss make headlines almost daily. Now, there's a calculator to help you understand the potential impact of a breach to your business.
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.
Have you ever wondered just how dangerous malware can be to your business? Take a look at the facts and trends on malware with our infographic.
Server and connection issues are a common problem for businesses across the nation. Use this infographic to find out how much server downtime, data corruption, and security issues may be costing your business.
In Part 1, we explained four advantages of "Infrastructure as a Service." In Part 2, we look at the important "must have" qualities of a Cloud Services provider.
With mis-impressions overcome and concerns placated, more companies are opting for outsourced, virtualized IT infrastructure services because of clear advantages in four major areas.
Compliance programs can overwhelm the healthcare industry, given the complexities of regulations that address the use and disclosure of Protected Health Information (PHI). Fortunately, the cloud is coming to the rescue here.
With so many internet service providers out there, it can be pretty difficult to decide which broadband provider is best for your business. Depending on your business needs, there are various means to get connected including Business Ethernet, DSL, T1, and DS3/OCx. Each connectivity option has its own advantages and drawbacks that are important to know when coming to this critical decision. Take a look at our infographic outlining the various connectivity options available and learn their nuances so you can pick the best ISP to cater to your business needs.
Simplify, streamline, and save with integrated communication and collaboration services.
Add a highly effective, additional layer of protection with "clean pipe" solutions by going to the cloud to secure network connection points.
Nearly a third of the world's population is using the Internet these days. As more consumers and businesses leverage the web for a wide array of services, the number of online records and transactions continues to grow. With this growth come myriad information security threats that range from minor annoyances to devastating breaches of private records. Security failures cost businesses vast amounts of time, money, and customer trust. Check out just how pervasive the problem is and discover the steps you can take to prevent—so you don’t have to recover from—a costly security breach.
As communication technology continues to advance, our options for business communication solutions grow. Check out our infographic to find out why a change from an older existing system to new advanced platforms is good for your business.