For IT administrators in the retail, financial and government sectors, security is often a top priority. Given the sensitive nature of the data these organizations collect and store, they can’t afford to incur a security breach. As such, they will go to great lengths to protect their interests.… Read on
Ninety-five percent of the ATMs in the United States – that’s about 200,000 ATMs total – are running on Windows XP.
Which was all fine and good, as long as that operating system was still being supported.
From sensors and kiosks to appliances and cameras, the number of connected devices is expected to grow exponentially over the next few years. Among other tasks, these machines will be deployed to collect data, monitor security, provide automated services, manage buildings and even help run municipalities.… Read on
The latest version of Netop Remote Control adds support for Windows Azure multi-factor authentication enabling security-focused organizations to verify remote sessions via SMS, soft and challenge-based tokens.
The wide range of authentication options available in the latest release allows both large and mid-sized retailers to take advantage of Netop’s robust security and feature set as well as lower-cost multi-factor authentication methods.… Read on
As an external IT service provider, how do you satisfy your service level agreements? For many vendors, supporting customer technology assets requires frequent travel to any number of client locations. Canadian-based SIR solutions, however, has found a better way to meet the demands of their customers.… Read on