With over 300,000 new malware threats created daily, and the increasing complexity of cyber threats, businesses of all sizes are struggling to keep their IT environments safe. Inadequate security policies or poorly configured security controls could expose a company to security threats that lead to millions of dollars in damage.
Technology is changing at a rapid rate, and with the advancement of this technology businesses are facing new demands to keep up. Many in-house IT teams are struggling with the demands of upgrading to new technologies and keeping meeting customers’ needs at the same time. When managing IT resources gets in the way of day-to-day tasks, many companies can save time by hiring the right managed services provider. According to MarketsandMarkets the global Managed Services market size is expected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 7.9% during the forecast period, to reach USD 354.8 billion by 2026 from USD 242.9 billion in 2021
Desktop as a service (DaaS) is a cloud-based solution for deploying virtual desktops to end-users. The virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is hosted by a third-party cloud provider who handles the deployment, management, and maintenance from their data center. Virtual desktops can be deployed to any location and various types of end-user devices.
Just like a computer virus, the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is rapidly spreading. This global Pandemic, as declared by the WHO, is impacting businesses everywhere. But, just because your office is dark, doesn’t mean your company is. You’re still focused on keeping your business going and your employees healthy.
In today’s digitized world, cyberattacks are inevitable if businesses aren’t proactive in their protection. Regardless of business size, it’s only a matter of time before organizations become victims due to the absence of cloud computing and security solutions. In fact, 81% of cyberattacks affect small to medium-sized businesses, simply because they lack cloud knowledge.
Topics: Cloud Computing, Backup, Cloud Security, Cloud Storage, healthcare, Cybersecurity, SIEM, Intrusion Detection and Prevention, Office 365 Backup, Cloud Solutions, Identity Management, Security as a Service
The holiday season may be the most wonderful time of the year for revenue boosts, however, it is also the most wonderful time of the year for hackers, credit card theft and company data breaches.
As cloud grows in popularity, so are the ways businesses leverage cloud technology to meet business needs. In an earlier blog, we discussed the difference between public, private, and hybrid cloud strategies. Now, a fourth type of cloud strategy, multi-cloud, is growing in popularity. Often people confuse multi-cloud and hybrid cloud. At first glance, they seem similar, both deploying multiple environments. But here some of the distinct differences between multi-cloud and hybrid cloud:
High profile data breaches and leaks have brought a lot of attention to cyber security of late. With so much information now stored in the cloud, many people are naturally concerned about how to prevent data leaks. Although, in many ways, cloud storage is more secure than traditional on-site storage, there are still concerns. Here are seven good ways to make sure that your cloud data is secure: