Do you have Office 365 secure email encryption? If you are reading the above sentence and don’t have a definite answer, this is the article you must read today. In a previous article Office 365 Security: 6 Genuine Concerns (And How to Address Them), we discussed the top Office 365 email security concerns, and what you can do as a business to better protect your data. From your feedback, we saw that more education on the types of encryption for Office 365 is needed, and thus this ultimate guide Office 365 secure email was born.
Hacker – a word that conjures up images of a man in a baseball cap, alone in a dark room, surrounded by machines and blinking lights, out to spread chaos around the universe. While this image is often inaccurate – hackers can be anyone, anywhere, with any device – the threat is very real. You know the danger exists, but how can you protect yourself and your data from a threat that seems invisible and undetectable?
When clients hire you as their managed services provider, it means they have trusted you with the most important asset in their business – their data. This is a trust that if breached can never be recovered. Just one attack could damage your reputation and cause you to lose clients and revenue. You know it is of the utmost importance to ensure that your clients’ data remains safe and secure, but fighting against hackers can be a constant challenge. With new technology coming out every day and armies of people working to exploit that technology, what threats are out there and how can you fortify your systems against them?
I’ve worked in a call center as a customer service representative. You know, the kind of call center that is rigid, confined, and most of all, very boring! That’s why I was so surprised when I started working at SherWeb. Our technical support advisors don’t offer typical customer support, and they certainly don’t work in […]
Let’s face it. Even though nearly half of CIOs in large companies are spending 80% of their budgets to maintain existing on-premises systems, many of them are also increasingly moving to the cloud. In particular, voice over IP (VoIP) adoption has grown steadily over the past decade, with the worldwide market at nearly $40 billion […]