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What’s New in GFI Cloud

In GFI Cloud’s most significant release since its launch last year, a new service is added to this web-based platform – patch management. In this Q&A style interview, Jackie Wake, product marketing manager for GFI Cloud, tells us a bit more about this new service and how this strengthens the GFI Cloud platform.

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Using pirated software? Swashbuckling with risk!

We are often warned about the security risks when using pirated software. While some believe the ‘piracy argument’ is pushed by vendors to scare people into buying software rather than pirating it, this statement is not incorrect.

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How to Prevent Users from Changing GFI WebMonitor® Proxy Settings in Firefox® Using Group Policies

If you’re in an environment where users are allowed to use browsers other than the default Internet Explorer (IE), you should know that these programs will use settings outside of the Microsoft defaults. Employees using other browsers will also need to have all their traffic sent through GFI WebMonitor. In this post we’ll go through […]

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The 41 Dumbest Security Decisions

Have you ever been confronted by a decision that seemed so ill-advised or just plain wrong that you couldn’t believe anyone would make it? Has that been something either directly related to, or impacting security? If so, then there’s probably something on this list that will ring a bell and bring back ‘fond’ memories. We’re […]

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Faxing Efficiency Through Automation

While faxing may be viewed as legacy technology, it’s far from that. Faxing has moved on along with the rest of the world to become a fast, efficient method of communication. In many countries, it is still the only method of electronic communication that is legally binding and it is the only way of sending […]

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How to Avoid Becoming the Villain

Computing history has shown us that if you are running servers you are responsible for your own infrastructure and in some cases, also responsible towards those using the Internet. Malicious attacks illegally exploiting poorly configured servers were common practice until a few years ago. Poorly secured FTP servers were often hijacked and copyrighted software was […]

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Cupcakes for an Award-winning Team!

At GFI we love cake.  So what better excuse could there be to indulge in some cupcakes than GFI MailEssentials winning Messaging Product of the Year at the Network Computing Awards 2013 last month?

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The Age of the Agile MSP

It could be argued that many IT service providers are somewhat set in their ways; running the same tools and processes that have been industry norm for at least a decade; and why not? They’ve always worked until now. However it has become apparent to many in recent years that the environment in which MSPs […]

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Taming a Web Gone Wild

When Tim Berners-Lee first conceived of a system of interlinked documents that could be accessed over a world-wide network, nobody could have foreseen what a tangled Web we would weave. Today’s web is an amazing source of information and entertainment. It can be an invaluable resource for workers, helping them to ferret out facts, get […]

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April Webcast Line-Up

Every month we organize some exciting webcasts that cover a variety of topics – have a look at this month’s line-up and sign up for what best suits your needs!

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