Monthly Archives: October 2015

  • Will Barracuda Become the Most Feared Firewall of the Future?

    Posted on October 27, 2015 by in News

    Barracuda Networks, Inc. is forging a path in public cloud security, as well as on premises and general web security. The foreseeable future contains a great deal of security challenges that need to be met.  These threats range from basic level protection from SQL injections to more advanced distributed denial of service attacks.  Barracuda can […]

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  • Defining UC value – Internal versus External Collaboration

    Posted on October 14, 2015 by in News

    UC can add good value for helping employees communicate more effectively, but can add much greater value by helping them collaborate. Doing what’s best for the business generally drives investment decisions, and when it comes to evaluating UC, the focus will tend to be on internal forms of collaboration. After all, employees are the primary […]

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  • Fortifying School Data Backups

    Posted on October 1, 2015 by in News

    Many dangers threaten to corrupt school district data or impede access to it.  To prevent loss of information, school districts back up data routinely, on location and off-site. They use a tiered approach, moving data between high-cost backup services that offer more immediate access and lower-cost solutions for archival storage.  But new devices and lower-priced […]

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