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Is In-House or Remote Network Monitoring Best for Your Business?

Posted on August 21st, 2013 by Jonathan in


Whether you’re looking at your business computing network from the perspective of your customers or with an internal intranet system in mind, it is important that you have the necessary level of monitoring in place so that you can deliver a satisfactory experience 100% of the time. The choice faced by businesses boils down to whether they wish to come up with an in-house monitoring plan, or outsource this function to a remote company or operator.


Applications to Backup Your Computer Data

Posted on August 16th, 2013 by Boyana Peeva in Tech

apps to backup data

Your data on your business computer is some of the most important documents you currently have, especially now that many businesses rely on digital storing of documents and information rather than having physical documents in a real life filing system. Because of this change of how we store and keep information, it is imperative to have some sort of safety net that can ensure all of your business computer data is backed up, saved, and stored somewhere safe that you can access just in case something happens.


Drupal vs Joomla? Pros and Cons

Posted on August 8th, 2013 by Boyana Peeva in Tech

Drupal vs JoomlaWhen it comes to managing all of your content needs, there are several platforms out there available to you. It doesn't matter if you need to manage several different authors writing all sorts of content or need a management system to keep track of everything as a small business. There are two in particular that have become quite popular: Drupal and Joomla. How exactly do they compare to one another as content management systems, and why should you choose one over the other?

What are Drupal and Joomla?

If you ever worked with or seen WordPress, you already have a basic understanding of Drupal and Joomla. Both of them are known as CMS or Content Management System. However, both are unique because they are completely open-source and used by even huge brands and websites with thousands or millions of daily unique impressions. Some of the most prominent websites to use Drupal include Stanford University, Turner Broadcasting, and even the official website for the White House. In contrast, major websites like Citibank, Harvard University, and IHOP use Joomla.


Famous Cases of Hacker Attacks

Posted on August 5th, 2013 by Boyana Peeva in Tech

HackersLess than half a decade ago to the present day, the word “hacker” was enough to send shudders down the spine of most system administrators of large businesses because those were the ones usually targeted. The much talked about denial-of-service attacks were incredibly effective when they were first used to hold businesses hostage. In fact, they sent CEOs scurrying to the company accounts to pay the demanded fee of these enterprising hackers, who only promised to suspend the DDoS attacks after their terms were met. Back then, it made sense, since a single day of downtime could (and still can) cost a corporation hundreds-of-thousands – if not millions of dollars, as well as untold loss of consumer confidence.

Extraordinary Hackers

The more sophisticated hackers use methods much more impressive than massive denial-of-service attacks to get into restricted systems. They do it for a variety of reasons, but most of all seems to be boredom and an itch to conquer the challenge. Consider these most famous cases:


Backup Your Business Data

Posted on August 1st, 2013 by Boyana Peeva in Tech

business data backupMany businesses have essential data stored on their networks and servers that are integral to the productivity of the company. In the event of a crash or other type of unexpected loss of data, businesses can face lowered communication capabilities, a damaged reputation, and high repair costs to fix their systems. If your organization is trying to properly back up your data, it is imperative that you locate the appropriate business data backup essentials to help you with this task.

Organizing and Categorizing Data

Before you can effectively back up your company’s data, you should ensure that you understand how it is segmented so that you can determine what type of information is most important. Many companies provide the capability to back up data based on category. For example, you might break down some of your stored information using categories like: