Every company needs a database. Whether it’s kept on the premises or off site, locally managed or handled by a third-party, businesses need a reliable, searchable and adaptable database to handle the constant influx of information. But databases don’t store, manage and analyze this information on their own. The right database software system — also […]
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What types of cyberattack were carried out this week, March 25, 2017? Read on to find out who got hacked this week.
This week’s Project of the Week winner is 1 Hotel Central Park. The technology build out features new, energy efficient lighting and other green technology initiatives.
According to Cybersecurity Ventures, worldwide spending on cybersecurity will top $1 trillion between 2017 and 2021. From the barrage of cyberattacks on enterprises to new threat vectors within networks due to the move to the cloud, CIOs and CISOs have more to consider around cybersecurity than ever before. Cloud has brought considerable benefits to business: […]
At Enterprise Connect 2017, companies from all over come to show off the latest communications products for enterprises large and small. We’ve compiled a list of 16 communications products you need to see from Enterprise Connect 2017.
Today, the average office worker gets 121 emails each day. With that in mind, it’s not hard to see how email can easily get overwhelming. Business owners know exactly how hard it can be to keep up with the constant influx of virtual messages. Unfortunately, email overwhelm can lead to a decrease in productivity and a […]
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) as well as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) have recently made announcements that focus on cybersecurity. The FDIC in particular imposes more stringent requirements — called the Proposed Standards — across several categories of cybersecurity, including: cyber risk governance, cyber risk management, internal dependency management, external dependency […]
Western Sydney University thought in very big terms when it first envisioned building a new (AUD) $220.5 million campus in the Parramatta City Precinct, the geographic heart of Sydney, Australia. The result is the university’s first ever “vertical” campus that is now being used by thousands of students who pass through the 285,224 square foot, […]
Family involvement is a pivotal element in determining students’ academic success. I’ve been in K-12 education for 22 years, serving in roles from teacher to superintendent, and my students have always had a greater chance of success when their parents are included in the educational process. However, parents are busy people, so connecting with them […]
What three things are the most valuable to your business? For most, it’s employees, customers and data. And how do you insure against the loss of these? Treat employees like family, customers like gold and your data like life itself. And you invest in the best data insurance plan you can, by building a complete […]