As both cloud consultants and a managed services provider, we work with customers to select the best services to support their IT and make it secure.
In these days of enhanced technical security solutions, we often neglect the human variable in Information Security. Email scams and phishing attacks are on the rise. User information and training are key in combating them.
We have seen at least two of these kinds of attacks on clients that could have been prevented with user security awareness.
Changes to E-Rate funding rules mean that more schools are eligible than ever before. Find out how your school can get a piece of the $3.9 billion pie.
School started last week up here in Santa Clarita, and now that classrooms are once again filled with students and teachers, it's time for school and network administrators to develop their EdTech budgets for the next academic year.
And that can be a challenge: Government mandates like CIPA, FERPA and Common Core are driving campuses to upgrade their network infrastructure. Fortunately, there are programs that can provide funding for these improvements. One of the biggest is E-Rate, which was authorized by the FCC to help bring affordable, universal broadband to K-12 schools and libraries throughout the country.
More than 23,000 technology professionals are assembling in Chicago's McCormack Place this week for Microsoft Ignite: the software giant's biggest, baddest conference yet for the IT professional community. This conference covers the entire spectrum of Microsoft's Enterprise and education product offerings, replacing separate events for Exchange, Lync, Sharepoint and TechEd.