Should You Provide Staff with iPhones or Androids?

By Superior Blogger | Published June 7, 2017


You may decide to have a fleet of smartphones that are owned and managed by your organization. The benefits of control and centralized management speak for themselves with the cost weighing on the other side of the decision. If you make the decision to move forward, you will be faced with questions about carriers, device, plans and which operating system – iOS or Android – makes the most sense for your smartphone program.… Read More

Companies Need to Train Staff in Cybersecurity

By Superior Blogger | Published May 30, 2017

Cyber-attacks continue to rise and remain a headache for organizations across the globe. Vigilance in combatting these attacks are boosted significantly by simply educating your staff on an ongoing basis. In a recent survey by Dell, companies with a security posture built into their organizational culture are at far less risk than those that do not.  … Read More

Protecting Payment Card Data: What is New in PCI-DSS

By Superior Blogger | Published May 3, 2017


Companies that process credit and debit cards for purchases of goods and services may decide there is value in storing those card details per customer for future purchases and history. That decision should not come lightly as it requires your organization to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard or PCI-DSS.Read More

Custom Application Development: Why Should You Build?

By supertech01 | Published April 12, 2017

Companies that look to deploy a software application, internally or for customers, are often presented with a major decision from the outset. Should we use an off-the-shelf package and try to configure it for our needs, or should we construct something ourselves from scratch?… Read More

Ransomware Remains on Top of Security Threats List

By supertech01 | Published March 23, 2017

The IT community and its leaders must continue to focus like a laser beam on the user community when it comes to assessing their vulnerabilities to threats of data breach. The user is still the weakest link in the chain.

According to a survey commissioned by the premier cybersecurity firm SANS, the highest security threat in 2016 was Ransomware.

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