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Feb 06

Survey Shows Bright Outlook for Small to Medium Sized Businesses in 2018

Optimism is growing among small-to-medium sized businesses in 2018 in light of new tax reform legislation, according to a new survey of accounting professionals released today by Right Networks. The survey, which sampled 365 accounting professionals at CPA firms and small-to-medium sized businesses, revealed that nearly 54 percent of SMBs... read more →
Jan 04

Weather Upate on “The Bomb Cyclone” 1.4.18 2:30PM EST

TYPE OF ALERT: Winter Storms In Progress, Blizzard, Sleet, Heavy Winds, Power Outages, Dangerous TravelNATURE OF ALERT:The National Weather Service has not yet updated their forecast as of 2PM EST.Local Weather News ( NBC and ABC) reports that NJ, NY, NYC through New England are still under big bands of... read more →
Jan 04
Nov 07

How a Tiny Error Shut Off the Internet for Parts of the US

A year ago, a DDoS attack caused internet outages around the US by targeting the internet-infrastructure company Dyn, which provides Domain Name System services to look up web servers. Monday saw a nationwide series of outages as well, but with a more pedestrian cause: a misconfiguration at Level 3, an internet... read more →
Oct 27
Sep 29

Four Steps To A Data Management Strategy In Light Of Big Data

Why read this report Data is the lifeblood of your entire organization. It should enlighten every function of the business, including customer experience (CX), operations, marketing, sales, service, and finance. A data management (DM) strategy is critical. The goal should be clear: Provide all business functions with quick and complete... read more →
Sep 19

It’s Time: Why Cloud Applications Demand Moving To An SD-WAN

When I’m talking with customers, I hear about a lot of challenges their businesses experience with their legacy WANs. In particular, the network architects and administrators talk about the problems their WANs present as applications move from the data center to the cloud. The challenges occur whether it is SaaS... read more →
Sep 04
Aug 29

Scam of the Week: Hurricane Harvey Charity Fraud

“Hurricane Harvey hit hard and especially Houston, TX got badly flooded. The death toll is rising and you can also count on low-life cyber-scum exploiting this disaster. Disgusting. Scammers are now using the Hurricane Harvey disaster to trick people in clicking on links, on Facebook, Twitter and phishing emails trying to solicit... read more →
Aug 29

I Thought We Had “SMART” Networks!

Well, we do, but until now, only large corporations could afford them.How did all of this get started?. First, we had “plain old telephone service” (POTS), then we had supersonic 56 kbps private lines connecting two locations. Next came faster private lines (PL) – 1.544 Mbps and multiple locations. These... read more →