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2018 – The age of hackers, data collectors, and order imposters. Keeping yourself and your company secure takes intelligence, tenacity and a thorough set of safeguards. Deciding on a security strategy takes some skill. Turning a blind eye can steer you away from additional security because you think you’ve got “good enough” security. But if […]
Are you strong and fully functional? Is there a gap in one particular spot that needs attention? Are there many potential problems? DII Computers is here to help you and your business answer and respond to these questions, and this checklist is a great place to start.
Michael Berg, SonicWall’s EMEA Sales Executive Director recently gave some thoughts on the upcoming year as SonicWall tackles 2019’s cyber threats. SonicWall has been independent from Dell for 2 years Twenty-four new products have been developed and 160 million lines of code have been rewritten to keep SonicWall at the head of the cybersecurity landscape. More […]
In principle, virtualization is very simple. It divorces software from hardware, allowing you to combine the software that would normally run on separate physical servers onto a single piece of hardware. These ‘virtual servers’ make possible tremendous efficiency gains. You no longer have to worry about (physical) servers being underutilized and their capacity being wasted. […]
The DII team has outlined the PA Bar’s Formal Opinion 2011-200: “May an attorney ethically store confidential client material in the cloud?” The PA Bar concluded that yes, an attorney may use cloud technology as long as “all such materials remain confidential, and reasonable safeguards are employed to ensure that the data is protected from breaches, data […]
In March, Asus servers unknowingly sent a critical software update laced with malware through their “Live Update” service. Users’ systems are generally set to accept these updates if they are legitimate, and why wouldn’t they? They come with authenticity certificates. However, the particular malware introduced in this case, ShadowHammer, had what appeared to be an […]