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Elitetele.com has introduced a suite of unified threat management (UTM) solutions, including next generation firewalls, for IT teams struggling to secure a rapidly-evolving IT landscape. Elite has committed itself to working with global leader and high performance network security firm, Fortinet, to bring enhanced firewall services to the market. Matt Newing says: “Security risks to business systems are expanding at a rapid rate and going undetected by even the best IT teams. Our next generation managed firewalls will offer complete protection against these continually evolving threats.” During 2013 there was a ten-fold increase in daily malware attacks, 20 million incidents involving the ZeuS...
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What do you take with you when you leave your job? According to a new report from Intermedia, the world’s largest one-stop shop for essential IT apps for SMBs, the answer probably includes IT access—such as passwords to the corporate Twitter or Salesforce account, or confidential files stored in personal Dropbox accounts. This data comes from the 2014 Intermedia SMB Rogue Access Study, which was released today. Based on a survey of knowledge workers performed by Osterman Research, this study quantifies the staggering scope of the “Rogue Access” problem. And it presents a wake-up call for every business in the country. Findings...
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Node4 has launched File Sync and Share, a Cloud-based collaboration product that allows users to share and collaborate on content using Cloud services in a secure and seamless manner. Based on Node4’s N4Cloud platform, File Sync and Share is an alternative to consumer solutions such as Dropbox, Box and Google Drive. A small software app can be installed by users on a variety of connected devices and synchronises automatically when files or folders are created or modified. This means an employee can create or receive a document on his/her desktop in the office and, using File Sync and Share, access it...
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The 22-year-old marketing professional braved mud miles, ice-cold baths, and electric shocks during Tough Mudder’s South West run to raise funds for Help for Heroes, which supports soldiers injured in military conflicts. Tough Mudder events are hardcore 10-12 mile obstacle courses, held around the world, designed by the Special Forces to test stamina, mental grit, and all-round strength. The South West Tough Mudder, which Aimee’s team undertook, is made up of 21 different obstacles over 12 miles of rough, muddy terrain. Aimee said: “A massive thank you to everyone who sponsored me to defeat Tough Mudder. My team completed...
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