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Dec

Data privacy and why you should care about GDPR

A few days ago, a European watchdog group filed a privacy complaint against Google, using EU’s new General Data Protection Regulations as the complaint’s umbrella. While data privacy and protection are not new debates, the European regulation has taken data privacy to new levels. Levels that tech giants are struggling to meet, despite the regulation …

27
Nov

Domination of Cloud-based Services

A few years ago, techie individuals had the only interest in cloud computing and cloud-based services. However, it had little use for business at large. That has all changed, and rapidly. No longer are enterprises in a cloud first mentality. Rather, business is rapidly moving towards a cloud only mentality. Unfortunately, most people outside IT …

20
Nov

Digital Transformation: Worth the Growing Pains?

It’s been about a decade since the business world started focusing on digital transformation. CEOs know it’s important, and often digital transformation is a catch phrase in strategy meetings. But what does that mean, digital transformation? How does a company know they are hitting the mark? After all, any change is painful. Especially systemic and …

13
Nov

Telecom Expense Audit: Digging in the Trenches to Save Money

When was the last time you ran an audit on your telecom? Don’t be ashamed if the answer was a long time ago, or never. The truth is most companies don’t run a telecom expense audit unless their invoices are at least 10% over their usual monthly amount. Wait, 10% of the usual monthly amount? …

6
Nov

Multi-threading Security Threat: PortSmash

There has been an ever-increasing need for CPUs, both commercial and consumer, to perform faster. In order to do so, certain aspects have been built into processors. While increasing performance, multithreading and speculative execution have left CPUs and networks around the world at risk. Unlike the speculative execution risk of Spectre and Meltdown, a multi-threading …

30
Oct

How to Make Telecom Expense Management Work for You

Technology is pushing forward in record speed, and business is often stumbling to keep up. A decade ago, telecom consisted of tracking desk phones and paying bills on time. Now telecom consists of mobile devices, desk phones, internet and data services, and IoT. Keeping up with maintenance and assignment of devices can be difficult. Often …

23
Oct

Cyber Threats: Business Still Has Biggest Risk

The United States government is in the news for the third time in two weeks regarding their cybersecurity. Not only did the government fail when the weapons program was tested, but now there have been two confirmed data breaches in two weeks. Of course, when the government suffers from cyber threats, it is well published …

16
Oct

Security Protocols: No One is Immune

This past week has been a rough week for cybersecurity in the Pentagon. Not only did the Pentagon fail in their weapons program security protocols, but the Pentagon has announced a data breach affecting over 30,000 DOD employee records. So, where did the Pentagon fail in security protocols? And what lead to the data breach? …

9
Oct

Mobility Programs: How to Deal with Traps

The world is moving towards mobility with increasing speed. Ten years ago Apple introduced the first smartphone. Hard to believe, we know. A short decade later, most individuals check their phones no less than 80 times a day. So, of course, businesses are looking to capitalize by implementing mobility programs. Despite the quick ascent, or …

2
Oct

Google: Slow Infiltration of Convenience

Last week Google turned 20 years old. To give some reference of when Google first made its appearance as a search browser, this was the same year when Microsoft became the biggest company in the world. Harry Potter first came onto the book scene. And the average cost for a gallon of gas was $1.15. …