Category Archives: Guest blog

A Malware-Free Business Network – 5 Tips to Prevent Infection

When people hear the word malware they generally associate it with viruses. However, malware is actually a generic term that can mean many different things. To make the situation murkier, because many people equate malware with viruses, they often mistakenly

Maintain System Efficiency with Server Monitoring

Do you conduct server monitoring regularly? Would you bet money that your system is operating at peak efficiency? Could you state with complete conviction that your servers are completely free of issues? Don’t worry if you cannot answer these questions

Internet Monitoring Software – 3 Reasons Why It’s More Brotherly Love, Than Big Brother

Are corporations snooping on their employees? Are privacy issues being breached when companies use Internet monitoring software? We take a look at this issue and its security implications to see if corporations are turning into Big Brother, or if this

How to Make Ewaste Part of Your Green Strategy to Protect the Environment and Your Company

Technologies are changing quickly and IT waste is piling up all over the country. Most companies are not clear on how to obtain proper asset disposal which is just as important as the acquisition of the assets. Luckily there are

Patch as Patch Can: All Software is Flawed

By Michelle Drolet It may not be glamorous, but a meticulous patching program is necessary to prevent server and client-side exploits.  HP’s DVLabs and other research based on Open Source Vulnerability Database (OSDV) data  found that several  of today’s successful

Try App Whitelisting to Mitigate Malware

By Paul Paget There will always be a threat from malware – malicious software that is designed to steal or corrupt data on computers. Malware affects everyone from security services to silver surfers, and when it isn’t checked it can

7 Must-Have Features in Internet Monitoring Software

If you are considering Internet monitoring software, you may be overwhelmed by all the buzzwords, bullet points, and marketing gloss that you find on vendor websites. What’s really important and a must is what you need to know now. I’ve