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cloud security

Six Best Practices for Secure Remote Access

These days everyone is on the move and location does not dictate what we are capable of accessing. In the web industry, this has become especially true as working remotely is now the norm. This is largely made possible by secure remote access, which, as the name suggests, is a way of accessing a computer […]

Windows Scope of Support

Your servers are a critical part of your business and must be available, 24/7/365, but you don’t always have the time to maintain servers, software, and networks. You chose Liquid Web so you could focus on your core business rather than the technology which makes it happen. Unfortunately, at times things go wrong and you […]

5 Security Questions You Need to Ask Your Cloud Hosting Provider

For years, the cloud hosting industry has been fighting the concept that hosting in the cloud is less secure than keeping data in your own data center (“data center” could mean anything from a few dusty computers in a closet to a state-of-the-art conditioned facility). Now that Cloud Service Providers have convinced the market that […]

When to Transition to Cloud-based Data Centers

To do it effectively, business leaders need to have a solid grasp on the organization’s current infrastructure. They also need to know where it is headed, and the challenges that the CIO is facing. And – they need to pinpoint where competitor’s are sitting in today’s digital economy. Check out 10 Questions You Need to […]

7 Steps Every Organization Should Take to Protect Against Security Breaches

2017 was arguably the worst year yet for security breaches. In the first half of 2017 alone, there were over 918 reported data breaches compromising over 1.9B data records. And the range of attack vectors utilized by actors was vast, including phishing scams, ransomware, and never-before-seen attacks via compromised IoT devices. But all hope is […]

Prevention vs. Protection: How Should You Mitigate DDoS Attacks Against Your Server?

It’s one of the oldest cyberattack methods in existence – and one that’s been around for nearly as long as the Internet itself. I am referring, of course, to the Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. Although there are many different attack vectors a DDoS may exploit and many different methods through which it may […]

The Importance of Updating Software

It’s happening again. That pesky pop-up message telling you to update your software is staring at you, begging for you to make a choice: update or “remind me later”. What do you do? You choose the ever-tempting “remind me later”, but we all know what that means. That’s why we are here to tell you […]