Virtual machines are just gateways to a server, and cyber criminals want access to data on those servers. While you might think you’re keeping your virtual environment safe, there are several virtualization security myths which if believed can have a serious impact on your platforms, leaving them susceptible to attack.
No matter what business you operate in, today’s fast-paced world calls for a speedy Internet connection to help boost productivity and efficiency. Still, many businesses seem to be saddled with a slow Internet connection which not only frustrates everyone but can hold back performance too.
There is a good chance that the most popular mobile device in your office is the iPhone. Known for its easy to use system and powered by iOS, it is one of the most useful business devices around, not to mention popular in the personal phone market too.
As Facebook continues to provide interactive ways for brands to engage with customers, businesses are increasingly turning to the social media platform to build a recognizable brand for both existing and future customers. Following Facebook’s recent expansion of its video capabilities, businesses now have some new toys to play with, such as Video Views Objective.
Though primarily used as an email application, Microsoft Outlook can also be used to handle a wide range of extra business matters. One such functions is the address book, which enables you to create a database of contacts with details which are deemed to be significant to your business.
In some cases, the value proposition that server virtualization offers business owners is a no-brainer. But for others, it might not be advisable. The real question is how do I identify if server virtualization will save my business money? To make sure that you are fit to reap all the benefits of a virtual server, you must first make sure that server virtualization is right for your business.
Office 365 offers various selections of business apps that place emphasis on being versatile and practical. Having promised to bring analytics to users around the world, Microsoft keeps its word with Power BI’s latest upgrade featuring predictive forecasting.
Thanks to rapid technological advancement over the past decade, businesses have been able to flourish with great tech tools at their disposal. But the widespread adoption of new, smarter technologies has also given rise to security issues and the ability to infiltrate networks.
Apple’s yearly WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) is one of the most eagerly anticipated moments of the year for fans of the company’s products and systems. This year, as with others before, has proven to be an interesting one. Perhaps most attention-grabbing of all is the announcement of a new version of iOS.
The new iOS
At 2013’s WWDC, Apple introduced a new and completely overhauled version of iOS – iOS 7. Now, one year on, the platform has proven to be a hit with users.
Historically the months of June, July, and August are when the vast majority of natural disasters strike. Regardless of your location, there is a chance that your business could be facing a real challenge if something bad happens. In order to limit the potential damage a disaster can create, it helps to be proactive and introduce a disaster strategy.