Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks have evolved to become a lot more sinister than they once were. Yet too many organisations are pinning their defence hopes on outdated and ineffective solutions, or even gambling by having no defences at all. These risky approaches are based on the top myths in organisations today, around DDoS attacks.
By Bryan Hamman 5 Mar 2015 15:46
New PwC survey dispels myths about women and work...
5 Mar 2015 09:17
A recent ESET survey of around 500 smartphone users on social media to gather data on mobile security revealed that 9.7% have had their smartphones lost or stolen, 29.3% do not lock it and 19.7% do not back up at all.
4 Mar 2015 12:01
If you are like me and adapt to change easily you will love this post. If not, you will have to broaden your horizons and adapt as technology is constantly changing. Either way there will always be pros and cons of change. Nonetheless, have you heard about Windows 10? Yes, Windows 10 is already here!
By Sufyan Mkwanda 3 Mar 2015 15:17
Smart cities are fast becoming a reality across the globe, driven by the interconnectedness of devices that communicate and provide information that leads to intelligent automation, decision and actions. However, smart cities without smart, engaged and connected citizens will be unable to fulfil service delivery objectives.
By Lionel Moyal 3 Mar 2015 08:52
Hosted PBX provider Connection Telecom has revealed the secret of a supreme customer service experience. The company uses Zendesk, a popular cloud-based incident management application, which integrates feeds from multiple customer communications channels, social media and business information systems, thereby improving customers' experience of its service.
3 Mar 2015 06:44
Following the release of a report by a news website in February 2015, Gemalto has conducted an investigation, based in particular, on two elements: the purported NSA and GCHQ documents which were made public by this website, and its internal monitoring tools and their past records of attempts of attacks.
2 Mar 2015 13:21
African governments are cracking down on software piracy through strong laws to safeguard intellectual property. At the same time, more and more African businesses are opening their eyes to the benefits of legally licensed software and how it can help them run more efficient businesses.
2 Mar 2015 12:52
Electricity supply disruption looks set to become a permanent feature of the South African business landscape, said Louis Jardim of Turrito Networks, but businesses can minimise the impact on their IT by moving as much as possible to the cloud.
2 Mar 2015 12:18
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