We all know, not being able to get on the WiFi is annoying. But worse still, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks can impact your business and even interfere with vital infrastructure such as electrical grids.
Businesses today rely on resilient network connectivity to ensure employee communications, collaboration, and productivity. Applications including Voice over IP (VoIP), Hosted Contact Center, Cloud Backup, and more, need a bulletproof telecom network. What’s more, for companies with Remote Offices/Branch Offices ROBO), telecom expense can quickly add up.
According to IDC, the combined public/private Cloud security market will more than double over the next few years. Cloud adoption is changing the way enterprises use applications. Increased adoption of hosted email, Unified Communications (UC), and Voice over IP (VoIP) may increase bandwidth and change the way employees access the Internet.
By now every firm, when discussing using software, has heard the term “in the cloud” and some could even differentiate between that and the phrase “on-premise” – but does every firm know the difference? If you don’t know, then what follows is the basic difference, and some of the ramifications of choosing one over the other.
The compelling case for Hosted Exchange/Outlook 365
Today’s businesses absolutely depend on email to communicate, market, and transfer information. We take for granted how ingrained and essential email is to our daily routine and company work product and services.
I find that many of our clients, especially the ones who have used PCLaw for a long time, do not know about the Time Calendar in PCLaw. I don’t recall which version this was added, but it is a great tool for timekeepers. If you only use PCLaw for accounting and are not using the calendar features, then Calendars are probably turned off in system settings.
We all read about Cyber attacks in the news. There is no denying the loss of productivity from a virus-infected laptop or the embarrassment of hacked email. With threats from Ransomware on the rise, it is no surprise leading market analysts Juniper Research, predict the cost of data breaches to $2.1 trillion globally by 2019, an increase of nearly four times the cost of breaches in 2015.
Ransomware is a type of malware designed to block access to your computer until a sum of money is paid. Ransomware issues have impacted many individuals with home computers; however, it is only a matter of time before this malicious software attacks business. Starting with Cryptolocker in 2013, Ransomware exploits have become increasing sophisticated and have cost individual companies thousands of dollars in ransom.
Introducing Cloud Suite for the Modern Law Firm: A bundle of three cloud services assembled specifically for law firms, which all work together and can be sold together or separately. Includes exclusive access to a Legal Community Library of templates and training materials at no additional charge. Cloud Suite for Legal includes hosted exchange, Office 2016, LawToolbox 365, and RMail.
Your business relies more and more on healthy network infrastructure. Migration to Cloud, Compliance and IT Security all fuel the case to proactively monitor your network health. By proactively scanning your network, you can identify bottlenecks and other irregularities that could impact your network performance and network security. Identifying network compromise in advance will save your business time and money in the long run.