Posts Tagged“security”

As a mobile telecommunications reseller and service provider, you know that people come to you looking for all kinds of different solutions. In an era of hyper-surveillance and spying on digital communications, there is a growing market for high-security mobile devices. An ever-growing market is looking for a solution to the weak spots in their security and privacy, namely, email, an older electronic technology that has not kept up with contemporary threats. Cybercriminals have many motivations for spying on both personal and organizational emails, whether it’s to steal patents, financial information and client information, or to send DDOS attacks or…

You may not realize how much you already know, but you are almost certainly quite familiar with the cloud. In the most straightforward language, the cloud or cloud computing equates to working with information and programs over the internet as opposed to a computer’s hard drive. The cloud is the term for software programs and resources operate with the Internet rather than your PC. Some companies, such as Google, are addressing security fears appropriately. Fairly recently, Google publicized it will encrypt data files for customers who have purchased cloud storage. Choosing a secure network server will provide you security across multiple…

According to Entrepreneur, building a business takes three key steps: Validate, Pivot, and Grow. Basically what they’re saying is that you need to make sure that a market actually exists for your product, you need to change the product as needed to ensure it’s as profitable as possible and then you need to market and sell that product like gangbusters. It sounds relatively simple, right? Guess what. There is more to it than that. The idea is just the beginning… Step One: Defining Your Market We’re going to assume that you already know there is a market for your product…

The UK’s army of remote workers is growing. You may have embraced the notion of working from home – but have you overlooked the data security implications of this fast-evolving way of operating? Here’s what should be on your radar… The figures: do employees take security seriously? Office for National Statistics research indicates that almost 14% of us now work remotely on a regular basis. Hassle-free access, real-time collaboration tools, instant messaging, lag-free video conferencing: advances in all of these areas (not to mention the onward march of the smartphone) help to explain why the proportion of firms with at…