How can companies keep workstations secure while browsing the web?

IT departments and users want to enjoy flexibility when browsing the web. But how can they guarantee the highest level of security at the same time? The answer could well be virtualization. More specifically, an entirely new type of web browser with an architecture that guarantees security above anything else, but also mobility. Security is a priority for any company these days. Cyber threats are everywhere, and they affect global corporations as much as SMEs and VSBs.  To help prevent security incidents, businesses need to educate their employees and keep them up to date on the risks associated with the…

Board meetings: Top tips for drafting your minutes

Lots of topics are discussed at executive, supervisory, and management board meetings. Keeping a record of the issues talked about is vital for any company, given their complexity and the length of time between meetings. To help keep track of everything brought up in discussions, governance bodies produce minutes. The legislation, like the French Commercial Code for exemple, requires board meeting deliberations to be recorded in minutes stored “in a special register kept at the registered office, numbered and initialed by a commercial or district court judge, or by the local mayor or deputy mayor of the area where the…

Global cyberattack: WannaCry ransomware strikes 200,000 computers around the world

A global attack. On an unprecedented scale. 200,000 victims. 150 countries hit. Paralyzing countless businesses and organizations. The WannaCry ransomware has been hitting headlines around the world since May 12, 2017. The cyberattack highlighted just how vulnerable IT systems are, and is a prime opportunity to remind ourselves of just how important it is to back up and protect our data. The malicious software exploited a flaw in Microsoft Windows, seeming to have affected mainly machines using older versions of the operating system. Telefonica, Fedex, Vodafone, the German railway operator Deutsche Bahn, and Renault Group are just some of the…

How can the cloud solve the problems your customers face every day?

Never lose any photos or videos from your smartphone again   Photos, videos, contact lists, emails, schedules... our smartphones store extremely valuable data that we want to be able to access at any time and would never want to lose. According to a study, 91% of users[1] believe it is essential to be able to access their photos instantly wherever they are. The challenge now is to provide solutions allowing users to store, access, and share their vacation photos, family videos, and personal files whenever they want. Protecting their most precious memories High-tech devices are getting more and more sophisticated.…

Is the EU moving toward a true Digital Single Market?

Can we really say there is a Digital Single Market in Europe today? According to the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) for 2017, the European Union is making good progress in this field. But we are far from achieving uniformity between one Member State and another. Let’s take a look at how individuals and businesses are coping. For several years now, the European Commission has been introducing initiatives designed to create a Digital Single Market. Its strategy is based on three objectives: improve access to digital goods and services, create an environment allowing digital networks and services to be…

Ransomware: how online backup can help in the fight against a pervasive threat

Petya, Locky, Cryptolocker… all types of ransomware. And cybersecurity experts agree: 2016 was a record-breaking year for the malware. Attacks have been more frequent and varied than ever before. According to a study by Kaspersky Lab, “62 new families of ransomware” emerged last year. By the same token, McAfee Labs revealed that its users detected 1.3 million cases of new ransomware in the second quarter of 2016 alone. And in 2017, the number of attacks is not expected to fall. The threat is all around us and it now affects every single company, from large corporations to SMEs. To help…

How can you boost performance with synchronization ?

In today’s business world, colleagues want to stay productive, while enjoying the freedom to work on the move at the same time. The days of needing a desk to sign a contract or deal with suppliers based abroad are truly over. In the age of the cloud, synchronization tools (known as sync & share) are the perfect match for these new developments and are the beating heart of the digital workplace, making professional documents accessible any place at any time. A real efficiently booster. Access your documents on the go Make appointments, hold telephone conferences with a client, supplier or…

GDPR: what do European companies need to do to comply?

After more than 4 years of negotiations and hundreds of amendments, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was finally published in April 2016. The new legislation, which replaces a Directive from 1995, enters into force in May 2018. And if businesses want to avoid a fine which could be imposed if the new European rules are violated, now is the time to comply. The internet, social networks, the cloud… all of these barely existed when Directive 95/46/EC “on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data” was introduced.…

Infographics – Digital acceleration of businesses

Digital transformation is a concept now well integrated by companies : profits, profitability, performance ... They are aware of the advantages that the digital can bring to their activity. But what stage are they at ? What obstacles still lie ahead ? What does such a project consist of ? Read more : How backing up your sensitive data to the cloud can benefit your business ? Turn a company into a collective – with digital tools

How do you strengthen security for IT systems?

2016 is said to have been a record-breaking year for cyberattacks. And the outlook for 2017 isn’t great either. While protecting IT systems and data is a top priority for businesses, the French National Cybersecurity Agency (ANSSI) has released a new version of its guide to keeping IT systems safe and secure. It contains 42 invaluable ways to help professionals strengthen the security of their infrastructure and thereby prevent cyberattacks. The guide was created on the back of a sudden realization. “If the prescribed measures had been implemented by the bodies concerned, the majority of cyberattacks requiring help from ANSSI…
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