Implementing self-service password management saves a global company time and money and expands services for end users.
A malware-detecting proof of concept reveals network weaknesses and leads to improved digital security.
A new variant of the CryptoWall ransomware is making the rounds, labeled as version 4.0. It behaves in a similar manner, arriving as an attachment to an email that the user clicks to install the malware, which begins encrypting disks and shares.
We can’t just point and click our way to answers anymore. The modern IT Infrastructure has more devices, more computers, more phones, more Access Points, Storage Units and Servers than ever before. Virtualized Infrastructure made it easy for us to “just add another VM”, and before we knew it, we all ended up with Infrastructure Sprawl. If we’re trying to manage our systems and get work done using the Next-Next-Next-Finish style of systems administration, we’re all going to have to work through lunch, and the weekend’s not looking too good either.
iVision, a full service technology firm, announced that it has successfully completed the Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE) No. 16 SOC 1 Type II examination. iVision is committed to providing premium solutions that meet the demanding security and availability requirements of its enterprise clients, many of which operate in highly regulated industries.
Jamie Usher, Chief Information Officer of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, discusses how iVision worked with the AmLaw 200 firm to achieve seamless integration of IT systems following a large-scale merger. The Atlanta-based firm has clients and lawyers around the globe.
John Dickson, Director of IT Infrastructure at Republic National Distributing Co., describes how iVision helped the second-largest U.S. distributor of premium wine and spirits gain better control over its massaging and directory services and cure IT growing pains.
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