Security

Securing your SIP – it’s easier than you think

By: Kristopher Januszajtis-Neale - 16 Jul 2014

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Kristopher Januszajtis-Neale discusses the importance of securing your SIP trunking service. Read more


The Millennial Bug

By: Stefano Maifreni - 10 Jul 2014

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Since the first wave of Millennials entered the workplace, the question of how businesses should adapt to their needs has been raised repeatedly. Their approach to work is markedly different from their peers; they are reliant on the internet; they try every new software they come across, store private company data on personal mobile devices and share files over networks. Read more


When ancient empires inspire modern security

By: Stefano Maifreni - 13 Jun 2014

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After visiting Infosecurity 2014, I started thinking about how much today’s battle against e-criminals and hacktivists can be compared with a famous period in Ancient Roman history when the Roman general Quintus Fabius Maximus fought against Hannibal and his Carthaginian army. Read more


Security in the post-XP era

By: Will Markham - 09 May 2014

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Will Markham discusses the potential security issues for business still running Windows XP.
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Navigating the data security maze

By: Scott Holmes - 25 Mar 2014

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Colt Technology's Scott Holmes looks at how resellers can help secure SMEs in the data-driven economy Read more


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