Deciding what mobile contract is best suited to your business can be a tough decision since the market is saturated with options. However, finding a resilient and reliable service provider is not a task that should be taken lightly. Mobility solutions are an ideal means of communication in the agile working environment. As more people are opting to work from home as well as in the office, it’s crucial to opt for a solution that doesn’t affect response times and connectivity.
Most systems evolve over time, especially when it comes to subscriptions to services such as Microsoft 365 or Azure Active Directory. These often release new updates and features which are rolled out to customers, and can be easily integrated with your systems. Their ease of use makes them more accessible to small-to-medium enterprises - however, if left unchecked, they could result in vulnerabilities in your system. It’s important to deal with any gaps in your defences, and if you don’t know what to look for, a cyber assessment could help you address any risks and prevent a data breach from happening within your organisation.
The metaverse has been making headlines recently, with its promises of merging the digital and physical world. It’s something that sci-fi books and films have been promising for decades now, but it’s only in the past few months that people like Mark Zuckerberg have started talking about it, calling it the “successor to the mobile internet.” While it could change the way we interact with each other, the new technology could create many more opportunities for cyber criminals. Whether or not the metaverse is a success really depends on how secure it is.
Internet of Things (IoT) devices have become ubiquitous in recent years - there are almost as many of them connected to the internet as there are people on the planet. In fact, research suggests that by 2025, there’ll be 75 billion IoT devices. However, while they can make life easier and more connected, there are security concerns, particularly in regards to devices that are essential to an individual’s medical care. In these cases, a successful cybersecurity breach on the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) devices could potentially have devastating consequences.
With cyber attacks, ransomware gangs, and phishing scams on the rise all over the world, and more people working remotely, cyber security has become more necessary than ever, and at FluidOne, we’re ready to help, and we’ve partnered with the global SASE leader, Zscaler, to offer its services to its users. Many businesses and organisations are turning to SASE to protect their data, which is one of the many services we provide to our clients. If you’re unfamiliar with it, though, or just wondering if it’s right for you, keep reading as we take a closer look at the pros and cons of the emerging technology.
Although cloud computing has been around for a while, it’s only in recent years that we’ve begun to realise its full potential, it’s already had a massive impact on all kinds of sectors, from retail to healthcare. Cloud computing lies at the heart of the digital transformation for many organisations, as it allows them to be more scalable and accessible, increase their cyber security, and much more. Many construction companies are turning to the cloud as their solution of choice, and at FluidOne, we’ve been working with companies in this sector since our inception.