UPS announced last week that 51 (out of 4,470) of the stores in 24 states had been infected with malware, compromising the credit card and debit card information of their customers, as well as potentially customers' names, mailing addresses and email addresses.
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Imagine everyone at your office using different apps on their own different devices with a different operating system. Sound like a dream? Nightmare? Both? There are several factors to consider when toying with the notion of BYOD and your business. BYOD, or bring your own device, is a relatively new business model wherein workers choose their own computer device and supply it rather than the employer.
Remember when your office was the only place you could get your work done? And access to your files and data were limited to your PC? Those days are certainly past us with the addition of smartphones and tablets, and most importantly, being able to sync. Now getting a file from your work laptop to your iPad is as simple as clicking “Save.”
No one wants to hear these five words- your computer has a virus. A lot of viruses come via spam mail. We all get it and see how quickly it consumes our inboxes, but what we don’t see is how easily our systems can be disrupted with a simple click of a link. A properly made virus can cost you not only time, but money as well, as it damages or deletes files and interferes with your computer operations.
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Once your company has decided on cloud computing, the next question will inevitably be whether a private or public cloud is right for your business. Ultimately, your business can and will be successful with either cloud in terms of efficiency, but security is an important issue. It is essential to understand the differences between the two in order to make an informed decision. With a private cloud, you can create physical controls (such as walls) to protect your system. You can also plan the design of the private cloud to fit your exact needs.
PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange. It is a private telephone network used within a company. The users of the PBX phone system share a number of outside lines for making external phone calls.