Category Archives for "Managed Services News"

Jul 30

Phishing Report: Hook Line & Sinker

By | Managed Services News

When we talk about phishing, it might conjure up memories of scam emails from foreign princes, chock-full of terrible typos, grammar mistakes, and other easy-to-spot signs that the message might not be legitimate. If you’re thinking in those terms, it might shock you to find out how many people actually fall for such attacks.

In partnership with Wakefield Research, Carbonite surveyed 4,000 office workers across the U.S., U.K., Australia, and Japan on their phishing knowledge and clicking habits. It then consulted with Dr. Cleotilde Gonzalez, research professor in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, to gain a deeper insight into the question: what is it that makes people click?

This report digs deeper into the survey results and present Carbonite’s own understanding of these statistics, as well as analysis from Dr. Gonzalez, insights from cybersecurity experts, real-world phishing stories from customers and partners, and tips on how to stay safe from phishing threats.

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Jul 30

Phishing Report: Hook Line & Sinker

By | Managed Services News

When we talk about phishing, it might conjure up memories of scam emails from foreign princes, chock-full of terrible typos, grammar mistakes, and other easy-to-spot signs that the message might not be legitimate. If you’re thinking in those terms, it might shock you to find out how many people actually fall for such attacks.

In partnership with Wakefield Research, Carbonite surveyed 4,000 office workers across the U.S., U.K., Australia, and Japan on their phishing knowledge and clicking habits. It then consulted with Dr. Cleotilde Gonzalez, research professor in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, to gain a deeper insight into the question: what is it that makes people click?

This report digs deeper into the survey results and present Carbonite’s own understanding of these statistics, as well as analysis from Dr. Gonzalez, insights from cybersecurity experts, real-world phishing stories from customers and partners, and tips on how to stay safe from phishing threats.

Brought to you by:
Carbonite program logo

Jul 30

Buyer’s Guide: Migration Made Simple

By | Managed Services News

When it comes to the common causes of downtime, disasters tend to get most of the attention. But disasters represent a small fraction of the events that cause downtime. Planned downtime creates a real drain on resources, and many tools and technologies designed purely for disaster recovery don’t help much in minimizing outages.

In fact, the complexity and disruption associated with migrating data lead some businesses to delay or forego IT upgrades. But delaying workload migrations also limits innovation and stagnates IT systems in a way that can leave businesses at a disadvantage. In order for businesses to take full advantage of the cost savings and efficiencies of virtual and cloud technologies, they need a proven process for moving workloads that minimizes the potential for data loss and downtime.

This guide outlines the key capabilities to look for when considering a data migration solution, and addresses the chief benefits of structured, repeatable migrations.

Jul 30

Buyer’s Guide: DRaaS Features and Functionality

By | Managed Services News

This guide offers tips on key features and functionality that, when provided in a DRaaS solution, can give you the benefits of having a secondary site — without many the infrastructure or administrative costs.

When a server stops responding, for whatever reason, the fastest way to resume service is to have a secondary environment ready to go. But traditionally, the redundant hardware, server
space and additional human resources required have made this a prohibitive option. Most organizations simply cannot afford the costs and resources required to maintain secondary, off-site infrastructure. In the end, many IT departments simply live with the risk of potential business-ending outages. Today, disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) has evolved so that even small and midsize businesses can leverage the rapid recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO) performance that DRaaS affords.

When an outage occurs, a DRaaS solution should allow you to fail over to a secondary copy with just a few clicks. Within minutes, cloud-based replicas can spin up and be available for use. Once you’re ready to fail back to your primary systems, the process should be easily reversed.

This guide offers tips on key features and functionality that, when provided in a DRaaS solution, can give you the benefits of having a secondary site—without many the infrastructure or administrative costs.

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Jul 30

3 Secrets to Data Encryption

By | Managed Services News

With data spread across the organization, and between different locations and systems around the world, keeping it secure from unwanted access becomes increasingly challenging. Learn how to simplify this seemingly impossible task by observing a few data protection best practices.

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Jul 30

Why Partner with Carbonite?

By | Managed Services News

Whether it’s consulting, resale, managed services or cloud services, the Carbonite Partner Program makes it easy for Partners to engage with and receive benefits from Carbonite through the business model that is most applicable to them. Read about highlights of the program.

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Jul 30

Phishing Report: Hook Line & Sinker

By | Managed Services News

When we talk about phishing, it might conjure up memories of scam emails from foreign princes, chock-full of terrible typos, grammar mistakes, and other easy-to-spot signs that the message might not be legitimate. If you’re thinking in those terms, it might shock you to find out how many people actually fall for such attacks.

In partnership with Wakefield Research, Carbonite surveyed 4,000 office workers across the U.S., U.K., Australia, and Japan on their phishing knowledge and clicking habits. It then consulted with Dr. Cleotilde Gonzalez, research professor in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, to gain a deeper insight into the question: what is it that makes people click?

This report digs deeper into the survey results and present Carbonite’s own understanding of these statistics, as well as analysis from Dr. Gonzalez, insights from cybersecurity experts, real-world phishing stories from customers and partners, and tips on how to stay safe from phishing threats.

Brought to you by:
Carbonite program logo

Jul 30

Phishing Report: Hook Line & Sinker

By | Managed Services News

When we talk about phishing, it might conjure up memories of scam emails from foreign princes, chock-full of terrible typos, grammar mistakes, and other easy-to-spot signs that the message might not be legitimate. If you’re thinking in those terms, it might shock you to find out how many people actually fall for such attacks.

In partnership with Wakefield Research, Carbonite surveyed 4,000 office workers across the U.S., U.K., Australia, and Japan on their phishing knowledge and clicking habits. It then consulted with Dr. Cleotilde Gonzalez, research professor in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, to gain a deeper insight into the question: what is it that makes people click?

This report digs deeper into the survey results and present Carbonite’s own understanding of these statistics, as well as analysis from Dr. Gonzalez, insights from cybersecurity experts, real-world phishing stories from customers and partners, and tips on how to stay safe from phishing threats.

Brought to you by:
Carbonite program logo

Jul 30

Report: Assessing “Cyber Hygiene” in the U.S.

By | Managed Services News

Almost all Americans say they are taking steps to protect themselves and their data online. A closer review of online behaviors suggests Americans may be more confident than warranted in their approach to cybersecurity. Read the full Wakefield research report on American’s Cybersecurity practices.

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Jul 30

Phishing Report: Hook Line & Sinker

By | Managed Services News

When we talk about phishing, it might conjure up memories of scam emails from foreign princes, chock-full of terrible typos, grammar mistakes, and other easy-to-spot signs that the message might not be legitimate. If you’re thinking in those terms, it might shock you to find out how many people actually fall for such attacks.

In partnership with Wakefield Research, Carbonite surveyed 4,000 office workers across the U.S., U.K., Australia, and Japan on their phishing knowledge and clicking habits. It then consulted with Dr. Cleotilde Gonzalez, research professor in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, to gain a deeper insight into the question: what is it that makes people click?

This report digs deeper into the survey results and present Carbonite’s own understanding of these statistics, as well as analysis from Dr. Gonzalez, insights from cybersecurity experts, real-world phishing stories from customers and partners, and tips on how to stay safe from phishing threats.

Brought to you by:
Carbonite program logo

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