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The IoT is a broad and complex technology, which means there’s no default, out-of-the-box IoT solution that will be right-fit for every enterprise. There are many different ways to connect an Internet of Things network, and some may be more ideal for your business than others.
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When it comes to implementing AIOps tools successfully, the key is using quality data for specific objectives.
These five trends will redefine campus networking in 2019.
With powerful predictive analytics tools, enterprises can now leverage historical data to prevent network problems before they occur.
Network automation tools are revolutionizing the speed and efficiency of network management. Here’s how to choose the network automation tool that’s right for you.
As the healthcare industry embraces rapid digitization, the pressure is on to solve IT staffing shortages that organizations can ill afford to ignore.
With the emergence of the Industrial Internet of Things comes increasing demand for collaboration between IT and OT, meaning convergence is on the horizon.
Considering a network security audit? Here’s how the process works — and how much it will cost.
After another explosive year of cybercriminal activity, experts predict that 2019 could be even worse.
The proliferation of IoT devices has spurred a new approach to Ethernet cabling that balances cutting-edge innovation with a tried-and-tested solution.
This simple concept helps explain the rise of cloud and edge computing within the era of big data.
The ecommerce and omnichannel retail sectors should brace for the next great disruption: next-generation networks to support rapid innovation.
Our new video explains how cybercriminals have evolved into agile, modern operators.
To manage complex networks and rapidly expanding IoT networks, IT teams will have to turn to the power of artificial intelligence.
As corporate networks evolve to keep pace with the IoT revolution, IT professionals need a new generation of tools to deal with growing pools of key data.
Network inefficiencies and outages can cost enterprises hundreds of thousands of dollars. With the right network monitoring tools, IT teams can address problems before they interrupt essential workflows.
Network management tools designed to command the ever-expanding web of assets at the network’s edge will make the new computing paradigm more powerful than ever before.
Hyper-converged infrastructure has helped enterprises develop more efficient IT practices, but industry experts are already envisioning the next generation of server technology.
Investing in the best network for your enterprise depends on understanding how the future of wireless connectivity will affect your business.
Device-as-a-Service has piggybacked off the subscription service model, but has it effected meaningful change for enterprise IT teams along the way?
While edge computing isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for every business, the companies and organizations that know how to capitalize on its capabilities stand to see substantial benefits.
The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is fast becoming essential throughout the healthcare industry — but these smart devices can pose major security risks.
Port scan attacks, though unsophisticated and often harmless in and of themselves, are worth defending — and can be turned against cybercriminals with deception techniques.
Biometric authentication can pick up where passwords leave off — but only if organizations understand how this new technology will fit into their existing cybersecurity framework.
A professional network assessment protects your business and improves performance.
Building a secure network for your enterprise means evaluating your vulnerabilities now — and understanding where your risks will come from in the future.
Many organizations looking to prepare their IT infrastructure for next-generation technologies like the Internet of Things are considering building their own private 5G networks. Here are the benefits that are tempting these businesses into taking the power of 5G into their own hands.
Capturing value from your IoT network will require an effective data management strategy that prioritizes actionable insights and top-tier security.
Choosing between the nearly infinite number of different data storage solutions can be overwhelming.
Industry experts promise that SD-WAN will transform how enterprises do business, manage their networks, and secure their data — but it isn’t without its challenges.
AIOps is a powerful tool, and although it will require enterprises to acquire new skill sets and remodel their IT teams, it won’t replace human engineers.
Oil and gas facilities are primary targets for bad actors, but the industry has work to do to protect its networks and repel threats. Our video explores why — and identifies what steps should be taken next.
5G will be a reality sooner than most people believe, and enterprises need to be prepared to take advantage.
More and more enterprises are turning to multi-cloud solutions — here’s how to implement one.
Zero Trust is a security paradigm that challenges enterprises to verify all sources of network traffic. Can this stringent approach be implemented without impeding productivity?
Conventional wisdom suggests hackers have the upper hand in the war for cyber-supremacy, but deception technology has the potential to tip the odds in cybersecurity professionals’ favor.
While the IoT has already secured its place on the shortlist of mission-critical enterprise technologies, the dust hasn’t settled yet. From connected vehicles to disaster warning systems and beyond, the catalogue of promising IoT applications will only continue to grow. But to capitalize on this emerging platform, enterprises will need a clear idea of how they plan to use it — and which networking solutions they’ll need to make that plan possible.
CISOs bring their niche expertise to bear on organizational data security — all on limited budgets and under mounting pressure. What are the best ways to get the job done?
Our new video breaks down the basics of optimizing WiFi in large public venues.
University IT departments must take steps to bolster their campus networks as collegiate eSports become increasingly popular.
Our new video breaks down what should be included in a comprehensive network audit checklist.
Smart factories bring sophisticated network solutions to bear on systemic industrial inefficiencies. With the right tools, they can help your business advance to industry 4.0.
Rising cybersecurity threats and evolving corporate cultures have made it increasingly difficult for CISOs to adequately protect their companies’ data.
Investing in data backup strategy requires more than just capital investment. Enterprises must carefully consider the unique specifications of their networks in order to find the most suitable — and most cost-efficient — solution for their business.
Make sure you invest in a warehouse WiFi solution that provides your team with the support they need to succeed.
You’ve heard about the latest WiFi standard set to be completed by 2019, but how will its benefits translate into real results for your business?
As employees increasingly rely on personal devices and applications to conduct business, organizations must implement shadow IT policies to govern unapproved programs and prevent security breaches.
With a network designed to meet your business’s needs, your team will have the support they need to meet your goals and ensure customer satisfaction.
California’s new IoT cybersecurity law takes aim at smart device manufactures that expose their customers to unnecessary cybersecurity risks.
The decentralization of data towards the “edge” of the cloud is on the rise thanks to developments like the IoT and the increasing number of endpoints within enterprise networks. Does this strategy make sense for network managers in K-12 schools?
To achieve maximal efficiency, businesses must process and analyze data in near-real-time — to do that, they need edge computing.
Hyper-converged IT infrastructures are becoming increasingly mainstream, but many enterprise stakeholders remain unclear as to what hyperconvergence really entails — and why it matters.
As hyper-converged IT infrastructures become increasingly mainstream, enterprises must brush up on the approach lest they fall behind industry standards.
Merging the physical and digital worlds, digital twin technology has the potential to transform the enterprise.
5G has the potential to redefine our understanding of networking, but only if we prepare our entire IT infrastructure for a new era in connectivity.
By combining the power of edge computing with the flexibility of the cloud, fog computing has the potential to boost the efficiency of IT operations in a variety of industry verticals.
The IoT has the potential to transform the way we do business, but enterprises need to ensure their infrastructure is prepared to capitalize on the opportunity.
When WiFi fails in the healthcare setting, the quality of patient care can be compromised. Hospitals can avoid wireless network failures if they’re aware of their most common causes.
Streamlined incident reporting could help the healthcare industry improve its abysmal external security posture.
Columbia University’s Teachers College had a legacy IT infrastructure that couldn’t keep up with increasing demands. Here’s how TTI helped.
When it comes to the health of your enterprise’s digital infrastructure, choosing the right network monitoring tool can make all the difference.
Recent warnings from multiple government agencies have underscored the massive cybersecurity liability that unsecured IoT devices present.
As the IoT grows more central to the world of enterprise networking, enterprises must ensure that their IT infrastructure is prepared for the enormous changes to come.
Blockchain technology has paradigm-shifting potential in the healthcare IT space, but questions remain as to how soon this potential will be realized.
These four free, open-source tools are essential for anyone new to the work of enterprise network optimization.
Relying on a multicloud solution as the core of an enterprise networking infrastructure presents challenges most companies aren't equipped to deal with.
Many employees expect to be able to use their own devices at work. Here’s how enterprise IT teams can ensure the BYOD craze doesn’t expose their networks to undue risk.
Internet capacity may soon become just another commodity available in the peer-to-peer marketplace.
Thinking of getting a wireless site survey performed at your workplace? The experts at Turn-key Technologies are here to walk you through the process.
Rumors that Amazon was entering the enterprise networking business sent shockwaves through the industry last week, but their decision to shy away from the new endeavor was likely in their best interest.
The hyper-converged SimpliVity 2600 could finally bring the IoT in from the cold.
The IoT is already making waves in the enterprise space, but as it continues to grow, IT teams need to evaluate whether their existing infrastructures are primed to make the most of it.
The biggest threat to national security resides 26,000 miles from the U.S. mainland — distributed across the United States’ 658 active satellites.
The value of a TTI partnership comes to life in our new animated video.
Everyone is buzzing about “hybrid cloud” strategies, but clarity around that conversation is being muddled by widely-held misunderstandings of this terminology.
The push for telemedicine and opioid response tech in public policy has the potential to simplify documentation for physicians — but it could also complicate security for healthcare IT specialists.
A new study from InfoSec Institute shows that the high-tech cybersecurity industry is behind the times when it comes to gender equality — could sustained efforts to close the gender pay gap also close the industry’s widening skills gap?
In response to the hacking of the 2016 elections by hostile foreign parties, Congress has given state election authorities millions of dollars with which to upgrade their digital infrastructures.
Cybersecurity and development teams may seem to have competing interests, but the truth is that reconciliation between the two is not only possible — it’s mission-critical.
IT pros must recognize their need for more robust data storage to remain competitive in an increasingly data-dense future. Future-proof your enterprise’s data storage infrastructure and choose the right solution for your business’ needs.
Many companies are turning to multicloud solutions for their network infrastructure, but depending on the internet for network performance presents a challenge most businesses aren’t equipped to deal with.
Your organization’s cybersecurity policy is your best line of defense against cyberattacks, but gaps in your infrastructure may be putting you at risk.
Federal law enforcement agencies are pleading with software and device makers for cryptographic backdoors that will allow them to execute warrant searches on encrypted devices. But most cybersecurity experts believe backdoors will make us less safe.
Improperly secured IoT devices represent a significant threat to the integrity of IT infrastructures of campuses across the country.
A recent cyberattack on Banco de Chile was just another example of hackers deploying DDoS as a diversionary tactic.
Enterprises need to take extra cybersecurity precautions as voice-powered digital assistants like Amazon’s Alexa make their way into the workplace.
The potential of mobile enterprise systems to improve productivity and efficiency has made them an essential business function in 2018, but big growth means big changes that organizations must be ready for.
SDN represents a seismic shift in the field of enterprise network management, offering digital-first companies the agility, cost-efficiency, and performance they need to disrupt.
Cybercrime is a growing problem, and many companies don’t have the in-house talent to protect their networks. Managed IT services offer companies a powerful and cost-effective way to fight back.
Despite the broadening appeal of SD-WAN, rumors of MPLS’ demise have been greatly exaggerated.
DDoS attacks represent a serious, growing cybersecurity threat. Successfully thwarting these malicious assaults seems impossibly difficult, but companies that implement sound defensive security controls can mitigate damage and keep their networks running smoothly.
Along with a string of stateside data scandals, the EU’s embrace of privacy by default is prompting firmer public resistance to America’s lax data protection regulations. With or without stricter regulations, data security is more important than ever to both companies and consumers.
Passive, reactive, and automated, the conventional whack-a-mole approach to commercial cybersecurity has failed. Instead, we must proactively address cybersecurity through measures such as the active adversary pursuit approach.
As WiFi technology advances — bringing ever-faster speeds and ever-more devices online — designing, maintaining, and securing enterprise networks is an increasingly demanding task for IT professionals.
Real-time locating systems offer precise indoor asset tracking that empowers hospitals to improve performance, cost-efficiency, and security. Their implementation should drive remarkable savings across the healthcare industry.
The promise of off-the-shelf network automation remains unrealized. But until the day this long-awaited automation solution arrives, IT pros can make their jobs easier by taking their own steps toward network automation.
Ubiquitous, destructive, and difficult to defend, backdoor attacks of cloud services constitute unique threats to enterprise networks — and they demand unique mitigation techniques to match.
“Software-defined networking” has become something of an IT industry buzzword, but its underlying mechanics are more complicated than many people realize.
As companies in the petrochemical space incorporate big data and cloud computing into their networking infrastructures while employing leaner remote teams, they must invest in robust, custom networking solutions.
The technology is being developed for and deployed in practically every industry, but what does the term “machine learning” really mean? More importantly, what does this technology do, and how will it impact your business?
5G will enable faster mobile internet speeds and lower latency times, while making it far easier to support IoT devices. But new challenges to indoor propagation mean enterprises will have to invest wisely to ensure that productivity at their offices can benefit from the coming sea-change.
By leveraging a simple botnet, hackers were able to submit millions of fraudulent comments to the FCC in advance of its vote on net neutrality.
Internet-connected devices like smart security cameras offer enterprises numerous benefits, but with those benefits come serious cybersecurity risks.
To realize the tremendous potential of the Internet of Underwater Things, the networking community first must find a solution to the problem of submarine connectivity.
Sophisticated analytics tools are all but a must in increasingly complex networking environments like colleges and universities.
Cyberinsurance is increasing in popularity, but it’s no substitute for a strong set of cybersecurity protocols.
The ongoing cybersecurity skills shortage is forcing many companies to find creative ways of keeping their IT infrastructure secure.
Many companies are turning to cybersecurity technology platforms as a means of offsetting the ongoing cybersecurity skills shortage.
The Department of Defense recently announced that it will soon start to hold non-government contractors to a higher standard of cybersecurity than ever before.
After partnering with Turn-key Technologies, the Warwick Valley Central School District was able to provide everything faculty and students expected and needed from their wireless network — and more.
Building a reliable hospital network is inherently difficult, but the rapid, broad-based digitization of the industry in the past few years has made it even harder.
As a growing number of their IT processes migrate to the cloud, enterprises must reevaluate their approach to networking.
According to cyberlaw expert Michael Yaeger, corporate boards have a responsibility to start taking cybersecurity seriously.
Companies are still interested in migrating their IT processes to the cloud, but many are struggling to find the requisite cybersecurity talent to do so safely.
Designing, maintaining, and securing a large WiFi network is remarkably difficult, which is why many enterprises struggle to provide their employees with reliable connections.
Hospitals present networking professionals with a wide range of unique challenges, which is why comprehensive site surveys are so essential in the healthcare space.
The healthcare industry as a whole remains woefully behind the cloud computing curve, but it's not too late for healthcare organizations to catch up.
A new technical style guide could bridge the knowledge gap between IT professionals and their laymen coworkers, increasing the efficacy of enterprise security in the process.
In the midst of a record-breaking cybercrime wave, companies are starting to take a proactive approach to detecting and repelling network security threats.
Corporate data breaches continue to cost companies millions of dollars per incident, yet many IT teams are still struggling to provide robust cybersecurity.
Employees expect to have access to WiFi at work, but delivering a sufficiently powerful and secure network on an enterprise scale is easier said than done.
A former Equifax CIO has been indicted on charges of insider trading, raising questions about the level of legal liability enterprises face when they fail to protect consumer data.
Enterprise IT teams are well aware of what it takes to keep their networks safe — it’s getting the rest of the employees to play their part that’s the real challenge.
As more and more devices come online, IT professionals working to maintain high-performing, secure networks will come to rely on the help of artificial intelligence technologies.
While it’s hard for executives to deny the danger that cybercrime poses both to their bottom line and their relationship with customers, many IT professionals continue to struggle with securing the board-level buy-in necessary to execute a sophisticated cybersecurity strategy.
A new survey confirms what many IT industry insiders have known for years: the average internet user values convenience far more than cybersecurity.
The Internet of Things will soon be a critical component of any enterprise’s infrastructure, but many are ill-prepared to exploit this powerful set of technologies to full effect.
Internet of Things devices have the potential to revolutionize nearly every industry, but not before device manufacturers sort out some persistent issues.
A third-party audit is a great way to improve network security, but enterprise IT teams must recognize that they have a part to play in the process.
Artificial intelligence technology — and especially its pivotal role in the shift to value-based care — was a hot topic of discussion at HIMSS 2018.
It is becoming increasingly difficult for enterprise IT teams to deal with every cybersecurity threat to their organizations, but artificial intelligence represents a promising solution.
The end of Net Neutrality could be a concerning development for students whose education depends on fast, affordable internet connectivity.
Energy in America is a contentious political issue, but all parties agree that our energy infrastructure is far too vulnerable to foreign and domestic cyberthreats.
Doing business with the EU just got a bit trickier. Here’s what you need to do to prepare as the Union’s new data privacy laws go into effect.
All enterprises should be equipped with the tools and know-how to combat modern cybercrime. With new hacks and malicious attacks perpetrated against major companies making headlines every day, it’s increasingly clear that many enterprises simply aren’t prepared.
In the era of artificial intelligence and the internet of things, it seems enterprises are returning to data processing ways of the past — and for good reason.
Most people associate Hedy Lamarr with the Golden Age of Hollywood, but perhaps her greatest role was much less glamorous — and much more impactful.
Digital twinning represents the ultimate convergence of the physical and digital worlds, making it the perfect technology for network design and management.
An enterprise’s networks are only as secure as the habits of its most careless employee, meaning comprehensive cybersecurity education is a must.
Emerging wireless technologies promise to provide networking administrators at large public venues with a powerful set of tools they can use to satisfy skyrocketing bandwidth demands.
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Hospitals remain a popular target for cybercriminals, who continue to drain America’s healthcare system of valuable resources.
Corporate networks are becoming more complex by the day. To keep up, enterprise IT teams should start to consider networking tools driven by cutting-edge technology like AI.
The value of a cloud-based IT infrastructure has become too great for hospitals and other healthcare providers to ignore.
Cybersecurity is a critical part of every enterprise’s success, but if executed poorly, it can compromise network performance.
Configuring (and managing) today’s massive corporate networks has become completely overwhelming for IT staff, but the rise of AI-based networking may soon offer a solution.
The internet has become yet another front for international warfare over the past decade, which makes robust enterprise cybersecurity an increasingly difficult and high-stakes endeavor.
Key Reinstallation Attacks are a threat to nearly every wireless network, but there’s a set of straightforward steps any enterprise can take to protect itself from hemorrhaging high-value data.
The task of cybersecurity is rapidly becoming too complex for humans to handle alone. That’s why artificial intelligence will become an increasingly powerful tool for IT teams — as well as the cybercriminals trying to outmaneuver them.
Telecom and tech companies are bullish on 5G, but until the cost of implementation begins to drop, making a business case for the next generation of mobile networking is going to be difficult.
Tomorrow’s office environments will be defined first and foremost by IoT devices, but enterprises won’t be able to make good use of them without powerful networks that can support the dozens or hundreds of demanding new connections.
“Trusting” isn’t a term that’s used to describe millennials very often, but when it comes to cybersecurity, they may need to become a bit more discerning about who they trust with their personal information.
The steady rise of cloud computing has compelled many enterprises to pivot away from data center hyper-consolidation and toward more decentralized network architectures.
Despite the ongoing cybersecurity skills shortage, companies should only pursue cybersecurity professionals with the proper credentials.
The Wi-Fi Alliance announced the WPA3 standard at this year’s CES, signaling the dawn of a new era in network security.
Cybercrime is on the rise, in part because hackers have learned to run their operations like an agile, modern business.
Oil rigs and oilfields are incredibly lucrative targets for cybercriminals, which is why it’s so concerning that the oil-producing nations of OPEC still haven’t established good cybersecurity protocols.
Providing free WiFi is a great way for landlords to set their properties apart and guarantee interest from more potential tenants.
Hospitality workers are subjected to an inordinate amount of sexual harassment and abuse, which is why many hotels are starting to provide panic buttons to every employee.
Military forces operating in remote or hostile environments depend on cutting-edge networking technologies in order achieve critical information superiority.
According to a new report from McAfee, ransomware will continue to be the foremost threat to the cybersecurity of healthcare organizations in the new year.
Today’s colleges and universities face unique challenges when it comes to protecting staff and students from cybercrime. What’s causing the industry to lag behind, and what can be done to fix it?
With a new wireless networking standard set to be released in the near future, 2018 may prove to be a landmark year in enterprise WiFi.
At this late point in the digital revolution, most us take broadband internet access for granted. But the fact is that many Americans live in places that still aren’t adequately connected.
End-to-end networking solutions offer IT teams unparalleled control over performance and security, making them a perfect fit for increasingly complex hospital IT environments.
IoT-enabled medical devices have the potential to revolutionize healthcare, but these sophisticated endpoints won’t can’t change medicine if there isn’t a robust networking WiFi infrastructure supporting it.
In addition to supporting thousands of connections a day, enterprise networks have to overcome the dozens of interference issues that come with a large office environment — and that includes your festive holiday lights.
As IoT devices continue to proliferate, countries like Russia are taking steps to create networks capable of supporting these devices’ unique demands.
A growing number of cities are incorporating wireless connectivity into their plans for a “smart” future, but this doesn’t mean that companies are off the hook when it comes to optimizing their own workplace networks.
As the volume of data transmitted worldwide continues to grow each day, researchers are focusing on new, more efficient ways of transmitting information.
Large public venues are having to create increasingly powerful wireless networks in order to satisfy their patrons’ demands, but this often takes an incredible amount of resources.
Achieving comprehensive cybersecurity is becoming more and more difficult as oilfields become increasingly digitalized, but a new partnership represents a step in the right direction.
Bluetooth-enabled devices are increasingly common in the healthcare sector, but hospitals and other providers must be mindful of the networking complications that come with them.
Students are bringing more devices to campus than ever before, and using up more bandwidth than ever in the process.
The IoT revolution is in full swing, meaning that enterprise IT teams must take extra steps to secure their networks to accommodate the rapid proliferation of internet-connected devices.
Though likely well over a decade away, the quantum computing revolution will fundamentally redefine both hacking and cybersecurity.
Managing an entire IT infrastructure can be prohibitively expensive, which is why many companies are starting to outsource some or all of their IT operations.
The emergence of smartphones and cloud computing have redefined network security for enterprise IT teams.
User feedback can be a great way for networking professionals to discover a connectivity problem, but in order to pinpoint the source of the problem, they need something more.
Enterprises of all kinds face more network security threats today than ever before, and they must be proactive their approach to cybersecurity if they hope to protect their IT infrastructure.
The information contained within medical records is often more valuable to cybercriminals than credit card numbers, which means healthcare organizations must make an extra effort to secure their networks.
Securing a corporate network usually requires hiring outside experts to perform a comprehensive network audit, but this initial outlay is more than worth it.
The adoption of green networking practices offers enterprises a rare opportunity to make a business decision that improves both the bottom line and the world.
Designing and implementing a wireless network that is equally reliable and secure can be a challenge in a large venue, but it’s possible with the right approach.
Improving your company’s network performance can be as easy as making a few simple adjustments — if you know what you’re doing, that is.
The future of healthcare rests with successful integrations of cutting-edge technologies, but this will require robust and secure wireless networks.
Despite being particularly vulnerable to cybersecurity threats, the oil and gas industry has yet to take appropriate steps to secure its digital infrastructure.
As enterprise IT becomes increasingly defined by virtualization and cloud computing, network microsegmentation will be the only way to ensure proper information security.
Cisco’s new intent-based networking software has the IT community talking, but is this solution truly innovative, or is the company simply hoping to be associated with a new industry buzzword?
Hospital administrators must balance such a wide range of considerations when setting up their wireless networks that it’s nearly impossible to do so properly without the help of an experienced partner.
Millennials use internet-connected devices more frequently and in ways that require more bandwidth than any other generation. Accommodating that usage pattern requires expert network design.
Digital technologies have revolutionized oilfield workflows, but before they can deliver on their true potential, oil companies must have properly planned and configured wireless networks.
President Trump spends a significant amount of time away from the White House at his own real estate properties, where some experts worry he is potentially exposing his and his staff’s digital communications to prying eyes.
As K-12 students become more and more digitally connected, the way in which classroom learning is conducted continues to evolve. From personal devices to in-school technologies, there’s a real need for K-12 institutions to cultivate a highly connected, optimized and secure network infrastructure. But a school network requires a much different IT approach than implementations in most other industries. There are very specific needs to be addressed, and identifying the right solutions can be difficult.
There’s no denying that delivering high-density WiFi is complex and challenging. Whether you’re connecting a campus, an event center, a stadium, a theater or any other large public venue, the technology and IT infrastructure required to support this connection can become overwhelming. Nonetheless, users will expect high availability and seamless performance. So how do you deliver?
Seeking a new network solutions partner? Looking for a company to perform a review of your IT infrastructure? On the hunt for someone who can implement a hardware installation at your organization? Regardless of your networking needs, the search for an experienced and knowledgeable provider is often a complex and frustrating experience -- so much so that many in this predicament become paralyzed by the plethora of options available to them and are unable to make a decision.
IT solutions seem to evolve at an unprecedented rate. The top network and security trends this month aren’t what they were last month (let alone last year!). So, how are organizations and enterprises expected to keep up with the most current updates and emerging concepts? In today’s business climate, falling behind with your technology solutions simply isn’t an option. That’s why Turn-key Technologies is launching this new series on the latest trends in IT solutions.
The modern hacker is intelligent and innovative -- and probably attempting to breach your business systems as we speak. Today’s cyber attackers are evolved. They’re constantly learning from new security protections and finding ways around them. They’re relentlessly identifying opportunities to plunder data and hold networks hostage. They’re progressive, not stagnant. To have any chance of defending against them, your approach must be just as fluid.
Turn-key Technologies was recently awarded "Top 10 Network Design and Integration Services Companies in 2017" by Enterprise Services Outlook.
You wouldn’t attempt to build a home using tree branches and twine. You wouldn’t try to contact a friend via telegram. You wouldn’t think of playing your favorite album on a phonograph. These tools are outdated and highly insufficient to meet today’s needs. Even alluding to them seems absurd. Why, then, would you consider relying on outdated, insufficient network security solutions to protect your critical assets in this increasingly advanced age of cyber crime?
You know there are cyber security threats out there, growing more dangerous and more complex every day. You know you can’t afford to put your organization’s data, clients, employees or assets at risk. You know you need to fortify your network before a security breach assaults your operations and inflicts irrevocable damage. But how do you make this happen? Designing a network that’s built on a foundation of solid security takes knowledge, experience and the right approach.
There’s no doubt the Internet brings progress and productivity to your organization. In today’s business world, technology and connectivity are integral to success. But with the “good” comes the “bad,” and that means network security attacks that have the potential to cripple your company. Some of the most recent and hard-hitting security attacks have been dominating news headlines and warning businesses of the serious dangers out there. What can your organization learn from them?