Today’s Technology Tip: Watch Those File Extensions!

Masa Hashiguchi, Interfocus’s Lead Solutions Engineer, continues to share best practices for IT security, derived from the network infrastructure and IT operations across our 10,000 clients around the world. In

Your User’s Digital Footprints: The Key to Recovering from Attacks

Like human fingerprints, your employees’ network activity leave behind digital footprints, or a unique set of tracks that identify who did what, where and when.  A user’s digital footprint is

Today’s Technology Tip: Backup for Security

We are pleased to introduce a new component to our blog, wherein Masa Hashiguchi, Interfocus’ Lead Solutions Engineer, shares best practices for IT security, derived from the network infrastructure and IT operations across our 10,000 clients around the world. Do you have a backup strategy for 2017? If not, you should. Incorporating backup strategies into your daily routine strengthens your defense against ransomware and other data accidents.

Top 5 Benefits of Unified Endpoint Management and Security

IT Managers assembling a comprehensive, detailed view of network security could spend countless hours examining a myriad of distinct sources of data, manually correlating disparate data types, and trying to

Critical Insights for Business

Big data, analytics, or any of the other buzzwords making the rounds are just a few new ways business leaders seek to gain insights. Insights into how customers use and feel about their products, about how productive workers are, or how efficiently processes operate.

Cyber Risks

Think back to the last time a child presented their drawing to you. A colorful mass of shapes and scribbles, you probably had to ask them to describe what they

Greater Visibility – As Seen on TV!

I love how a prospect described what he was looking for in the ideal solution. He’d just watched an infomercial for some amber colored glasses that promised to reduce glare,

In The Modern Workplace – IT Holds the Key

Going to work used to mean wretched commutes, carpet-covered cube walls, and stale coffee. In today’s culture of flexible work arrangements, going to work is more likely to mean a