It’s 2020 and while technology continues to expand and improve, experts keep warning that the cyber threat landscape has never been more treacherous. Attacks are increasingly sophisticated and the skill gap is widening, even as 44% of businesses plan to increase their tech spend in 2020. This all points to enterprise businesses and vendors looking for scalable technology solutions–including …
Nobody wants to worry about extra security issues–especially around remote access to a business network. That’s why recent issues with Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) are so troubling.
With efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus and protect employees, many enterprise organizations are suggesting, or even requiring that employees work from home. Protecting people is of primary importance, but how do you also make sure your business is protected in the process?
Homeland Security’s CISA is recommending heightened cybersecurity measures as COVID-19 sparks an increased demand for remote work.
As an IT professional, you are keenly aware of the challenges with troubleshooting in a vast network of users, devices, and operating systems. Not only do you need to fix issues that arise, but often, these problems must be resolved using remote connectivity, meaning troubleshooting from afar.