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Is Email Dead?

[fa icon="calendar'] July 19, 2018 - Written by Marty Jefferson
Posted in Collaboration


I attend a lot of collaboration conferences every year. Over the last couple of years, I routinely hear the same question: Is email dead? In this post, I hope to shed some light on the reason people are asking this question, and why it should matter to you.

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What’s a Whitelist and Why Do You Need One?

[fa icon="calendar'] July 17, 2018 - Written by Richard Babb
Posted in Intelligent Infrastructure, Security


With the internet, in all its glory, playing host to over 1.8 billion websites that can be accessed by virtually anyone in the world, it stands to reason that businesses may not want users accessing some of these websites due to security threats, inappropriateness, or other factors while on their network. How can businesses control what websites their users gain access to? Typically, most organizations have utilized a blacklist, which identifies websites that users are not allowed to access. This method is not very restrictive and can be problematic in that it allows access to everything, and I do mean EVERYTHING, that is not on the blacklist. A whitelist, as you might guess, is the exact opposite of a blacklist, and only grants access to websites explicitly identified on the list. If the site isn’t on the list, then the user isn’t granted access to it. The concept of a whitelist has been around for many years in website filtering but has seldom been implemented. It can also be problematic because, given the breadth and depth of the internet, only a fraction of the available websites would be allowed.

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In an era of intensified cybercrime, organizations can improve business outcomes with advanced malware protection

[fa icon="calendar'] July 9, 2018 - Written by Internetwork Engineering
Posted in Security

 

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Advances In Cybercrime Demand Greater Protection: A look at retrospective security versus point-in-time solutions

[fa icon="calendar'] June 28, 2018 - Written by Internetwork Engineering
Posted in Security


With cybercrime predicted to reach $6 trillion annually by 2021 and to be more profitable—and therefore, more attractive to criminal organizations—than the global combined trade of all major illegal drugs, businesses can no longer rely on traditional network security tools and expect to achieve protection.[1] 

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Internetwork Engineering (IE) Named to CRN’s 2018 Solution Provider 500 List

[fa icon="calendar'] June 8, 2018 - Written by Internetwork Engineering
Posted in Company News

Charlotte, NC,June 8 2018Internetwork Engineering (IE) announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named IEto its 2018Solution Provider500 list.The Solution Provider 500 is CRN’sannual ranking of the largest technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants in North America by revenue.

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