DDoS attacks are scary, but nobody would target a SMB, right? Think again. Threat actors often take advantage of SMB’s lackluster security and launch DDoS attacks that can derail your business. A DDoS attack can lead to bad press, lost assets, shrunken revenue and loss of customer trust. A large enterprise might be able to survive that, but can you?
As the name implies, a ransomware attack involves holding a company at ransom for information or control that the threat actor has stolen from the organization. Understanding how these attacks can impact your organization are an important step in protecting your network.
VoIP can be a game-changer, offering feature sets which may have formerly been price prohibitive. Our new guide details the benefits and options in VoIP systems.
Video surveillance is the cornerstone of greater safety and security and often the starting point in a physical security specification. Our guide provides a blueprint for writing your own video surveillance RFP.
The discussion of storage and backup usually starts with a need. The bottom line: why are you upgrading or examining your storage and issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP)—what’s the reason, strategy and goals?
The reality is that networks will continually need to support a host of different devices, foster mobility within the organization and maintain robust and secure communications—and that can be hard to plan for. Our new guide delivers the lowdown on writing an effective networking RFP.
Specifying IT hardware isn’t a conversation reserved only to computers, desktops, switches, cabling and routers—it’s expanded to include every device that leverages the network— even BYOD or Bring Your Own Device. Our guide help you find and purchase the right IT hardware for your organization.
Companies across all sectors are turning to energy management as a means to reduce their operating costs. Our new guide identifies the four primary steps to the energy management process as well as the questions you should ask when writing an energy management RFP.
We live in the age of instant gratification and demand access to information wherever we are, whenever we want it, and on any device that we may have at our disposal. In order to meet this need, more organizations are turning to Unified Communications (UC) solutions.
Writing a request for proposal (RFP) shouldn’t be a daunting task, but quite often it is. Building cybersecurity into an RFP actually focuses less on technology and more on service. Our new download can help set your organizations’ priorities and find the right service provider for your needs.