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The Hidden Security Threat

Although not all stories in the tech press are directly related to security, they often highlight issues that can be excellent educational material. A recent story in The Register about a researcher who wanted to map the Internet caught my attention. The researcher had a Herculean task to complete: to scan billions of IP addresses […]

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The Technology Trap: How Your Business Can Break out and Step Up

Many small to mid-sized companies have become more and more trapped and hamstrung by the need to manage IT. Business leaders spend only one hour per month on strategy while their businesses are also at the mercy of increasingly stressed and over-worked technicians, who themselves are struggling to keep up with changes and manage growing […]

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TMI/NEK: Too Much Information, Not Enough Knowledge

“Knowledge is power” – scientia potential est in Latin – is an aphorism commonly attributed to Sir Francis Bacon. It’s true, but what we sometimes forget is that information (much less raw data) does not equal knowledge. Data consists of disorganized facts; when you sort and organize those facts, you have information. It’s only when […]

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What’s New in GFI Cloud™

It’s barely a month since the last release of GFI Cloud and yet it is back with more. In this Q&A style interview, Jackie Wake, Product Marketing Manager for GFI Cloud, tells us more about the various changes in the latest version released today.

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Survey: 81% of U.S. Employees Check their Work Mail outside Work Hours [INFOGRAPHIC]

View the UK version of the infographic GFI Software™ report reveals employees regularly read email during weddings, funerals and other family events 

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Big Data – Why Should We Care?

There is no denying that Big Data has become a hot topic in the IT industry this year with many big names in tech questioning just what effect big data is going to have on an industry so heavily centered on the storage and handling of data.

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What’s New in GFI MailArchiver® 2013

Ian Bugeja, Product Manager for GFI MailArchiver, talks about today’s release and what’s new in GFI MailArchiver.

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Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) – A Hyped up Marketing Term or a Security Concern?

It is not uncommon for marketing teams or advertising agencies to take a current IT ‘buzzword’ and use it as part of their campaign to promote a new product or service. Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) is one of those buzzwords. Should we consider this term to be another form of scaremongering or is there a […]

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13 for ’13 Jumpstart: Spam Filtering

We had published an article called ‘13 IT Projects to Include in Your Plans for 2013’ in which we suggested 13 great IT projects for you to consider; we decided to publish some follow-up articles to help do just that. Our seventh project suggestion was for spam filtering – here’s what we had to say: […]

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MSP – What’s Your Biggest Business Challenge?

As an MSP, the software you run can determine your services and profitability. Are there times when you feel a lack of flexibility in software hurts your business? Have you ever had to turn away business because your MSP does not have the right solutions to handle customers’ specific needs?

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