5 Ways to Improve Mobile Device Security

Posted by Matthew Fall on Jul 3, 2019 9:30:00 AM

The modern workforce is becoming increasingly mobile. Mobile devices, tablets, and laptops are becoming more powerful and with the imminent arrival of 5G, the amount of computing power performed on a mobile device will surely explode. According to a 2018 survey by Oxford Economics80% of IT executives believe that mobile devices are vital to enterprise success.  

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Topics: Cloud Security, Cyber Security

NewCloud Networks Awarded by Clutch.co as one of the Top Performing B2B Companies in Colorado

Posted by NewCloud Networks on Jul 2, 2019 9:30:00 AM

In the cloud computing industry, it can be difficult to find a reliable provider who offers personalized service as opposed to an automated system. NewCloud Networks prides itself on being an exception to this rule; at NewCloud, we believe that great technology is powered by great people, and we are always working to optimize our personalized service for each of our customers. After being reviewed by Clutch as one of Denver’s top cloud consulting firms, we are extremely pleased to see that our efforts to personalize our offerings to our clients’ needs haven’t gone unnoticed.

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How to Protect Your Business from In-Session Phishing

Posted by Manas Parthasarathy on Jun 27, 2019 9:30:00 AM

If you take a look at the number of tabs open in your browser, you might realize that you have way more open than you’re actually using. Some might open automatically when you open a link, whereas others may be older tabs that you haven’t closed yet. Most of us don’t pay too much attention to our open tabs as we browse, and with the evolution of browsers, operating systems, and computer hardware, our computers become more capable of handling activities such as having a dozen web pages open simultaneously.

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Topics: Cyber Security, phishing

Top Seven Reasons Your Business Needs Desktop as a Service

Posted by Sydney Diedrich on Jun 26, 2019 9:30:00 AM

The number of 'as a service' platforms has increased rapidly in recent years, after starting with the basics, like Software as a Service and Platform as a Service. With this trend, saying 'Anything as a Service' doesn't seem to be an understatement. Hidden in this long list of 'aaS' providers are many services you can use to keep your business more competitive. What's so great about so many "as a service" programs is you're able to access various business functions through the cloud 24x7.

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Topics: DaaS, Virtual Desktops

The Top 5 Benefits of SD-WAN

Posted by Sydney Diedrich on Jun 25, 2019 11:58:12 AM

Speed is always growing more important in today's world; people want things fast. Fast food, fast cars, and possibly most of all, fast internet. Waiting for anything can feel like a death sentence, but for businesses, latency can be a major competitive disadvantage. In the tech world, solutions have worked to make business processes quicker and quicker, but this need for speed seems to have left the underlying network behind. The evolution of computing has caused a disruption in traditional network capabilities. As a result, businesses now seek solutions to network latency; SD-WAN is an example. In addition to improved performance reliability, SD-WAN offers businesses some benefits that will have your executives making the switch.

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Topics: SD-WAN

Why Are More Businesses Choosing Cloud Backup?

Posted by Sydney Diedrich on Jun 19, 2019 12:13:10 PM

Without a doubt, cloud-based technology is changing the way the modern business world operates. As this technology grows and evolves, small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) are reaping the benefits.

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Topics: Cloud Computing, DRaaS, BaaS, Cloud Hosting, Cloud, Cloud Data Center

What Are User Entity Behavior Analytics, and Why Are They Important?

Posted by Jill Sullivan on Jun 18, 2019 9:30:00 AM

As businesses increasingly conduct more of their activities online, there has been a corresponding increase in the frequency as well as the number of cyber attacks; cybercriminals invest their time and resources seeking various ways to compromise business computer networks. Given the increased frequency and sophistication of cyber attacks, traditional cybersecurity strategies are no longer enough in keeping your computer network secure. 

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Topics: SIEM, UEBA

5 Common Cybersecurity Misconceptions

Posted by Cindy Lucas on Jun 13, 2019 7:30:00 AM

 We often think of security parameters as “no brainers.” We know the basics: lock your computer when you leave your desk, don’t open suspicious emails, change your password, etc. But how many of us actually follow these rules? Studies show that, though people know what they should be doing from security standpoints, they don’t.

Even experts, well versed in cybersecurity, need to stay on top of developing trends in the field. Not doing so could mean the threats being addressed are obsolete, and the real threats are being ignored. This plays into one of the major causes of lost of breaches -- human error.

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Topics: Cloud Security, Cyber Security

Creating a Disaster Recovery Plan for Healthcare Organizations

Posted by Jill Sullivan on Jun 12, 2019 7:30:00 AM
Over the past several years, physicians and other ancillary healthcare workers have shifted away from paper documentation to the use of electronic medical records (EMRs). The establishment of the Medicare and Medicaid Incentive Programs (now called the Promoting Interoperability Programs) by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in 2011 has further served to hasten this transition. Under this program, providers and eligible health facilities receive federal payments for their adoption and utilization of electronic health systems.

With this increase in medical data being stored electronically, it is essential to have a disaster recovery plan in place to ensure that your healthcare facility can still function if its data is lost or corrupted. An effective disaster recovery plan lets you restore your medical data and resume normal processes with minimal downtime following any type of data loss. Without a disaster recovery plan, your business may have a delayed recovery or even fail following any type of significant data loss.

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Topics: Disaster Recovery, healthcare

Air-Gapping your Data: 3-2-1-1

Posted by Matthew Fall on Jun 6, 2019 9:30:00 AM

Remember the 3-2-1 data backup rule? It states that it's a best practice to replicate at least three copies of data stored on two different media, with at least one copy off-site or off-premise. IT professionals often use an additional step; the backup rule is now 3-2-1-1. That extra “1” accounts for an air-gapped copy of your data.

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Topics: Disaster Recovery, Backup

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