With the need for advanced network security growing more essential on a daily basis, many companies—whether SMB or enterprise level—are desperate for help. To protect their corporate data, several are turning to managed security service providers (MSSPs) for help.

Extraordinary cyberthreats call for extraordinary solutions.

Advanced cyberthreats are driving demand for managed security service providers. Our blog will tell you how.
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The managed services market is continuing to grow and, along with it, the expectation that solution providers take the next step and handle services remotely themselves rather than deploying a project and handing the keys over to the enterprise. The proof is in the numbers, with the market for managed services speculated to grow from $145.33 billion in 2016 to $242.45 billion in 2021.

Which Habits Make for a Successful Managed Services Provider?

Let's explore the habits that make a successful managed services provider.
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Financial services is one of the biggest industries in the U.S. and globally, and doing a lot of business means having a lot of employees. It makes sense, then, that this tech-forward, high-stakes industry would be at the forefront of enabling its employees to avail themselves of all the tools they have on hand to get the job done. As reported in an article on BetaNews, the financial services industry is leading the business world in facilitating Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) for employees.

How Is the Financial Services Industry Overcoming the Challenges of BYOD?

Here we'll explore how the financial services industry overcomes the challenges of BYOD.
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Cloud computing is no longer the new kid on the block, and the technology has continued to display its advantages—and its savings—to both enterprises and small and medium-sized businesses. Cloud storage and cloud-based solutions have become go-to offerings in solution-provider portfolios. But despite their being nearly everywhere, cloud solutions and the relationships surrounding them can still cause confusion and, if they’re not managed correctly, can lead to regrettable misunderstandings, if not outright horror stories.

The 3 Questions Cloud Computing Vendors Need to Address

Here are three questions that reliable cloud computing vendors should be able to address for their clients.
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While many of 2016’s the biggest digital security news stories have been focused on the government, rather than those public-facing enterprise hacks of years prior, the lessons to learn from recent digital security news have remained constant. In a world where network communications technology is central to how every aspect of business and daily life is conducted, cybersecurity threats will continue to multiply at a breakneck pace, and digital security needs to be top of mind to every business, no matter the size.

The Most Important Digital Security Changes Expected in 2017

Here we'll explore the most important digital security changes expected for 2017.
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It has been almost shocking how quickly computing tasks that were once handled exclusively at the hardware level have been made possible on the software level. For instance, only a few years ago, an enterprise data center could demand many physical servers. Now, thanks to advances in virtualization, the number of physical servers that an enterprise needs has been drastically reduced, and the benefits have been obvious. The amount of financial resources that businesses have to invest in physical servers has been drastically reduced, and so has the amount of office space that businesses have to dedicate to them.

Are You Talking to Your Clients About These Disadvantages of SDN?

If your clients want to know how implementing SDN on their network could benefit them, you should make them aware of these following potential disadvantages.
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The more people use devices in their personal lives, the more they’ll want to use those devices at (and for) work. To companies—startups especially—this looks increasingly like a good way to cut down on their device budgets. So the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend in workplace IT is not going anywhere anytime soon. And neither are the security issues it presents.

3 Things Security Distributors Should Know About BYOD

Here are three things you should know about BYOD and the emerging paradigm for keeping the model cybersecure.
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Last year, Wired magazine featured a demonstration that showed precisely how easy it is for a hacker to take over the onboard computer of an automobile while driving down the highway in an adjacent car. This disturbing proof of concept for the high-speed hack may have made the population at large more aware of the fact that automobiles these days are dependent on multiple computer systems, and that those computers—just as much as any in a home or in an office—are potentially vulnerable to being compromised.

Digital Security Is About to Become a Priority for the Auto Industry

Here are a few reasons why effectively managing software vulnerabilities and addressing digital security has to become a priority for the automotive industry.
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Cloud computing has shaken up the business IT landscape from the server room and the data center to the desktops and laptops used by the least technical staff in a business. But when it comes to security, the role of the cloud might be elusive to the enterprises and small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) wondering how they can leverage it. Nevertheless, the cloud security market is growing, as cloud-based platforms become more popular options for staving off the increasingly complex, unbelievably numerous cybersecurity threats proliferating out there. Cloud security solutions are especially coming into fashion for online retailers and SMBs, which, while they can be quite small in terms of workforce, can still move a lot of money and data and be big targets for hackers.

What the Growing Cloud Security Market Means for Your Clients

Let's explore what the growing cloud security market means for your clients.
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