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Cloud technology has come a long way over the years. Once just a way to store data on a server managed by a provider or to run code on a provider’s service, cloud computing has advanced significantly beyond this concept.   Now, cloud computing offers organizations a chance to secure a competitive advantage. Here’s a look at what cloud computing has to offer today.   The Rise and Benefits...

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Unified communications as a Service (UCaaS) provides companies with a broad selection of benefits. Along with being a cost-effective way to implement and maintain critical communications, UCaaS solutions support mobility and combine a set of features in a single platform, increasing usability. When you opt for private cloud UCaaS, you experience additional benefits beyond what public cloud implementations offer.   Here is a look at the benefits...

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Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony is increasingly popular thanks to the lower cost, robust feature sets, and high-level of both portability and mobility. As a result, scammers are also finding ways to take advantage of the technology. This has led to the rise of vishing.   What is Vishing?   Vishing – short for voice or VoIP phishing – is a tactic used by scammers to trick call...

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Cloud computing has been making headlines for years. Companies have been experiencing the benefits of third-party provider arrangements for some time, allowing them to access additional resources at a significantly lower cost than if they purchased them internally. Edge computing is a newer kid on the block, touted as a breakthrough that can outpace traditional cloud approaches.   However, there is a substantial amount of confusion when...

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Companies have plenty of reasons why they may want to carry Voice-over-IP (VoIP) traffic over a virtual private network (VPN), with security often being a one. While many VPNs can handle the traffic, at least on occasion, not all of them are well suited to the task. Additionally, there are other considerations that come into play, especially if performance is a concern.   If you want to...

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When most people imagine the motives behind a cyber attack, they picture an organization that is specifically targeted by the attackers. However, the vast majority of such hacks are actually attacks of opportunity, with the cyber criminals selecting companies because they spot a vulnerability, not because of who they are or the kind of business they do.   In this way, attackers are incredibly predatory and...

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