Avaya Emerges From Chapter 11 with New Energy, Passion, and Commitment

One year after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, telecom giant Avaya has emerged, poised to hold on to their leadership of the unified communications segment with innovative new technologies. We talked to about it with Jonathan Buckle, Area Channel Leader - US West at Avaya.

How to Properly Secure a Multi-Vendor Cloud Environment at School

Last week, we discussed security risks arising from the trend toward “one-to-one” computing initiatives in K-12 schools. This week, we hone in on actions IT can take to secure their schools' multi-vendor cloud environment.

Running a modern high-speed data network requires the following fundamentals for data-security:

The Value of Knowing Your School's Security Weaknesses

Many schools in California are rolling out “one-to-one” computing initiatives, to supplement existing policies of bring your own device (BYOD) programs to advance digital curriculum in K-12.

Keeping Your Business Safe from Wildfires and Other Disasters

Mother Nature gave Southern California an unwelcome December surprise last week, in the form of strong, dry, Santa Ana winds that fueled several wildfires throughout the region - including one that broke out just a couple of miles from our Santa Clarita offices.

Don't Get Uber-ed: Security Threat Monitoring for the Rest of Us

Last week, ride-sharing company Uber became the latest high profile corporation to disclose that they were victims of a massive hacking. They're now part of an embarrassing list of name brand companies like HBO, Yahoo, and Experian who were victims of breaches this year.