Cloud Computing Considerations for High Desert Law Firms

Cloud Computing Considerations for High Desert Law Firms

Scalability, cost-efficiency, mobility, and paperless work ethics are some of the main advantages of the cloud computing solutions that are increasingly being adopted by business owners across the United States. According to July 2017 statistics cited by renowned law firm Bryan Cave LLP, 95 percent of American enterprises are using some sort of cloud service,…

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Perspective on the WannaCry Ransomware Attacks

Perspective on the WannaCry Ransomware Attacks

In May 2017, the world of information security was rocked by a massive ransomware attack spreading across global networks and impacting critical data infrastructures such as the IT systems of public health departments and mass transportation agencies. Lessons for Local High Desert Businesses There are many aspects of the WannaCry attack that business owners in…

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The Danger of the Leaked NSA and CIA Hacking Tools

The Danger of the Leaked NSA and CIA Hacking Tools

In terms of security, the year 2017 is shaping up to be one of the most challenging and hazardous for users of enterprise networks. From booby-trapped Microsoft Word documents to highly technical leaks of exploits used by United States intelligence and espionage communities, the information security (infosec) threat environment has been at historically elevated levels…

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Modern Point-of-Sale Solutions in the High Desert

Modern Point-of-Sale Solutions in the High Desert

The retail, restaurant, and hospitality sectors have been thoroughly transformed by point-of-sale (POS) systems, which have come a long way since IBM developed mainframe computers that could be operated by means of ancillary or remote clients known as electronic cash registers in the mid-1970s. The History of Point-of-Sale Systems In the United States, Dillard’s and…

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Firewalls The First Step in Information Security

Firewalls: The First Step in Information Security

A couple of plotlines in the biggest movie of the 2016 holiday season were loosely related to network security. A few scenes of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story featured hacking of smart devices, data theft, and even social engineering. Interestingly, one of the main plot points in the film involves a group of rebels…

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Why Private Cloud Solutions Make Sense for 2017

Why Private Cloud Solutions Make Sense for 2017

Information security analysts will likely remember 2016 as a year of spectacular cybercrime events, particularly data breaches involving major organizations and even providers of cloud computing services. Yahoo, Wendy’s, LinkedIn, Oracle, Dropbox, and the University of Central Florida were some of the biggest targets of data breach attacks in 2016. Cyber Security Issues Against Cloud…

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Business Technology Trends for 2017

Business Technology Trends for 2017

Now that 2016 is coming to an end, business analysts are starting to share their outlook on how they think the cloud computing industry will shape up in 2017. Here are some of the trends business owners in Victorville and around the High Desert can expect in the near future: Artificial Intelligence Though it may…

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Corporate Espionage and the Danger of Personal Clouds

Corporate Espionage and the Danger of Personal Clouds

Cloud computing has been one of the most significant advances of the ongoing Information Age, and it is bound to keep growing in the next few decades. The widespread adoption of the cloud computing paradigm has resulted in the emergence of personal clouds, a data practice that corporate spies are too willing to exploit. The…

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Protect Your Business and Prevent Malware | Victorville Business Support

Protect Your Business and Prevent Malware

One of the most common problems that many businesses have to face regarding their computers and computer systems is malware, which is short for malicious software. In its basic form, malware is a term used to describe a variety of computer programs that are designed to do harmful and destructive things to computers and networks.…

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