Passwords can be difficult to remember and frustrating when forgotten. It is no wonder why 52% of people use the same password for everything. While reusing passwords may be convenient, it is far from secure. The abundance of site breaches and password leaks from disgruntled employees means reusing your passwords on multiple sites can lead to issues.Read More
With the amount of data that companies collect and store increasing daily, you may wonder if there will ever be a way to remain protected. Major breaches such as Equifax and Target leaked over two hundred and twenty-six million customers’ information. Staying vigilant and proactive has never been more important.Read More
The term cloud computing keeps increasing in popularity, with major software and hardware companies offering their own options. But what really is the cloud and who are these solutions best suited for?
First, the term cloud or cloud-hosted is another term for a colocated server or servers clustered together. Companies will either rent or purchase servers that are located within hosting providers or data centers. Some solutions offer more protection than others. Because of this, you will need to do some due diligence on your part to ensure you are protected. Some smaller companies offering solutions could be hosting on a single server while larger companies will distribute between many servers (typically in different regions of the world to offer redundancy).