By Allison Zimmer, Communications Specialist, Commercial Excellence, Xerox


Cybersecurity isn’t a new issue, but it’s one that’s gaining attention. Businesses of all sizes are realizing the increasing importance of protecting their critical data, and for good reason. As we’ve written before, the cost of cybercrime is expected to rise to $6 trillion by 2021 according to market research firm Cybersecurity Ventures. And it’s a landscape that is constantly changing, which means your strategies for addressing it need to keep up.

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By Islam Zeidan, General Manager UAE & MEAD, Teradata


In today's digital world of cloud, mobility, analytics and data, the focus for both business and consumers is to find answers to their problems. Just building a solution or buying devices and applications, without coming up with an answer, in the shortest possible time and most economical manner, will sooner or later prove meaningless and futile. The upcoming field of data sciences is focused on resolving problems raised by end-users, using a number of tools such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning.

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By Morey J. Haber, Chief Technology Officer, BeyondTrust


Privileged attack vectors and stolen personally identifiable information (PII) obtained have been a constantly paired news item throughout 2018. In 2019, expect privileged attack vectors to continue to reign as the number one root cause of breaches for both consumer and business data theft.

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By Kimberly Goody, manager, cyber crime analysis at FireEye


“FireEye has tracked SamSam activity dating back to late 2015, impacting organizations across multiple industry verticals. Notably, the indictment highlights numerous healthcare and government organizations that have been targeted. It is possible that the operators chose to target these organizations since they provide critical services and believed their likelihood of paying was higher as a result.

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Saturday, 01 December 2018 12:21

Tips and Tricks to Wash the Perfect Whites

As summer heat gets even more intense, fashion definitely gravitates towards lighter and brighter colors and more natural fabrics to offer that look of instant airiness and an element of cool. White fabrics are notorious for attracting stains, and if you’re not careful with the way you wash them, whites can easily become dull, gray and lifeless. Samsung QuickDrive front load washer will keep your whites looking whiter for longer!

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Yasser Zeineldin, Managing Director, LiveRoute and CEO, eHosting DataFort


The benefits of migrating to a public cloud platform are now becoming increasingly well known. Whether small and medium businesses or large enterprises, there are multiple large-scale benefits. While using a cloud platform, businesses no longer need to invest in hardware and computing infrastructures. These are now hosted in the cloud platform. They can choose to opt for the services that best suit their businesses and pay for them based on their usage. This is the pay as you use model.

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By: Terri Hiskey, Vice President of Product Marketing for Manufacturing at Epicor Software.


It’s an exciting time, with manufacturers gearing up for growth, investing in equipment, new manufacturing modalities such as 3D printing, and software to support digital transformation and new collaborative, connected factory floor competencies.

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Monday, 12 November 2018 08:53

Why Use Managed Print Services?

By Carro Ford, Content Marketing Strategist, Xerox


From enterprise to small business, use of managed print services has caught on, but not everyone has had the same experience. If you’ve only had an average managed print services experience, you might wonder what a good MPS engagement should look like.

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Sunday, 28 October 2018 07:27

Three Hacks to Thwart a Hacker

By Alissa Johnson, PhD, Chief Information Security Officer, Xerox


Challenge questions are those questions that you set up with your own personal answers to help web sites know that it’s you – not a hacker. This only works if you are the only one who knows the answers.

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By Ben Barringer on the sell-off in the technology space


Volatility in the technology sector has grabbed people’s attention, but to understand what’s going on, you need to break down the sector and look at it from the bottom up.

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