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9 Tips for Reducing the Risk of Ransomware

9 Tips for Reducing the Risk of Ransomware

Ransomware is a high-tech spin on the age-old art of the shakedown. Cybercriminals use malware to encrypt data on a victim’s systems, then demand a ransom to decrypt them. The crooks are betting on the fact that organizations rely heavily upon their data and will be willing to pay to regain access to the files.
Tuesday, July 19, 2016/Author: Paul Truitt, CISO & VP, Cybersecurity/Number of views (1976)/Comments (0)/
Why ‘Cable-First’ Is a Good Strategy for WAN Connectivity

Why ‘Cable-First’ Is a Good Strategy for WAN Connectivity

The good news is that the WAN connectivity marketplace has expanded to include a number of alternatives to traditional telco services. In fact, cable operators now offer some of the best options for WAN connectivity. 
Thursday, July 14, 2016/Author: Craig Talbot, SVP, Enterprise Sales/Number of views (1579)/Comments (0)/
Is Your Next-Gen Firewall a Drag on Performance?

Is Your Next-Gen Firewall a Drag on Performance?

Firewalls have long been a foundational component of IT security strategies. Traditional firewalls can monitor ports and IP addresses, route packets and prevent certain types of network attacks. They basically guard the network perimeter.

Friday, June 03, 2016/Author: Mike Waters, VP, Product Architecture/Number of views (1699)/Comments (0)/
Why Convenience Stores Should Get on Board with Mobile Payments

Why Convenience Stores Should Get on Board with Mobile Payments

Mobility was a hot topic at the recent National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) Show in Las Vegas, and with good reason. Consumers are increasingly viewing mobile payment options as a standard offering that should make transactions fast, simple and seamless.

Monday, March 23, 2015/Author: The SageNet Team/Number of views (2022)/Comments (0)/
On-Demand Access to Network Engineering Expertise

On-Demand Access to Network Engineering Expertise

Our Prepaid Block of Hours program makes these services surprisingly affordable. You can purchase engineering time in blocks of 40 hours at a discounted rate, and use the time as needed. Prepaid blocks of hours have no expiration date and will carry forward until they are fully expended. Monthly invoices reflect the hours used during the current month with a detailed explanation of the work performed, the hours remaining in the applicable services block and the total hours still available.

 

 

Friday, February 06, 2015/Author: The SageNet Team/Number of views (1973)/Comments (0)/
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