Blog tagged as Tianjin

Have You Had Data Exposed in One of These Recent Data Breaches
There’s a reason that browsers like Edge have added breached password notifications. Data breaches are an unfortunate part of life.
31.03.23 02:20 AM - Comment(s)
Why You Need to Think Twice Before Using Lensa AI & Other Self-Portrait Apps
It’s a common theme. You begin seeing these amazing CGI images of your friends on Facebook or Instagram.
24.03.23 05:41 AM - Comment(s)
Data Backup Is Not Enough, You Also Need Data Protection
The need to back up data has been around since floppy disks.
17.03.23 03:32 AM - Comment(s)
6 Steps to Effective Vulnerability Management for Your Technology
Technology vulnerabilities are an unfortunate side effect of innovation. When software companies push new updates, there are often weaknesses in the code.
10.03.23 03:31 AM - Comment(s)
The Pros & Cons of Tracking Your Employees Every Digital Movement 
Since the pandemic, employers around the world have needed to change.
03.03.23 02:30 AM - Comment(s)
Is That Really a Text from Your CEO... or Is It a Scam? 
Imagine you’re going about your day when you get a text from the CEO.
17.02.23 03:05 AM - Comment(s)
6 Ways to Prevent Misconfiguration (the Main Cause of Cloud Breaches)
Misconfiguration of cloud solutions is often overlooked when companies plan cybersecurity strategies.Cloud apps are typically quick and easy to sign up for.
10.02.23 02:00 AM - Comment(s)
Advantage of Implementing Conditional Access
Access and identity management have become a priority for many organizations. This is largely due to the rise of the cloud. As well as the practice of people needing to only enter a username and password to access systems.
10.01.23 01:52 PM - Comment(s)

[Quoted from http://g2sf.com/white-paper/]

The starting point for meaningful metrics is to determine how the end user or customer will evaluate the service provider’s performance on each of these services. Armed with this information it is then much easier to establish a limited number of high level,...

21.08.16 08:12 AM - Comment(s)

Article sourced from TEAMVIEWER.COM 

The 80-20 rule — or Pareto principle — states that 20% of your efforts make up 80% of the output.

In the late 1800s, Pareto theorized that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population after observing that 20% of the pea pods in his garden provided 80...

10.07.16 03:38 PM - Comment(s)