The Importance of an Internet Usage Policy in the Workplace

By Superior Blogger | Published January 29, 2013

While there are many technical solutions available for monitoring and filtering employees’ internet usage, a good Internet Usage Policy is essential for the effective control and management of internet usage throughout the workplace. It defines the standards of appropriate internet usage so users know what is expected of them, as well as laying the foundation for the ethical monitoring and tracking of users internet activities.… Read More

Considerations for Migrating Your Organization to Windows 8

By Superior Blogger | Published January 17, 2013

Windows 8 was released on October 26, 2012 to much fanfare, touting its new “Metro” interface, hundreds of new features and use across both PC and tablet devices. The Windows 8 operating system appears to be a reaction to the iPad’s popularity by melding its traditional point-and-click interface with a more modern simplified interface.… Read More

Considerations When Adopting a BYOD Strategy

By Superior Blogger | Published December 19, 2012

Organizations that plan to embrace the recent wave of workers bringing devices from home can benefit from the natural productivity gains of having users’ preferred devices accessing corporate systems. However, there is serious risk and the considerations below should be evaluated carefully prior to introducing your employees’ smart phones and tablets to your technology infrastructure.… Read More

Implementing Secure Automated Payment Processing

By Superior Blogger | Published December 6, 2012

Payment security is a topic that often gains headline attention for companies when they least want it.  Security breaches leading to the exposure of sensitive private customer data seem to emerge at least once a quarter from payment processors, merchants and even banks.… Read More

Business Continuity Requires a New Planning Approach

By Superior Blogger | Published November 27, 2012

All business continuity plans have to be proven to ensure business continuity at all times, regardless of the events that may occur that will require them. The recent extreme weather events in the Eastern United States has shown that traditional disaster recovery planning falls far short of achieving business continuity or even planned business recovery.… Read More