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November Tech Update
Securing today for a safer tomorrow
Protect your business from security threats
From cybercriminals penetrating Equifax and stealing the personal data of 145 million people to WannaCry ransomware locking down machines in more than 150 countries, the threat environment is rapidly evolving.
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October Tech Update
Six ways technology can improve your employees’ productivity
6 ways to boost employee productivity
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Patient data is increasingly important and increasingly at risk. Learn what you can do to protect it.
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We know how much value SonicWall network security brings to our customers, and we know how much value our partners add when incorporating our solutions into their solutions for our customers.
The case of Calistoga Unified Regional School District is an excellent example.
Calistoga is in California’s Napa Valley. The district has more than 850 students, divided among an elementary school, junior/senior high school and an alternative-program continuation high school for students between the ages of 16 and 18. Administration offices are in a separate building near the junior/senior high school.
The district felt that its existing content-filtering services were not providing all the functionality it needed. …
There’s a general feeling that WiFi is less secure than having a wired connection to the network. It could just be our perception that a signal travelling through air is easier to intercept than one moving across a physical Ethernet cable. When a new WiFi vulnerability is uncovered such as the one in WPA2 which Belgian researchers recently made public, it gets a lot of attention. And why not? After all, we use WiFi-enabled devices every day and most organizations provide WiFi to their employees, customers and guests. Therefore it’s reasonable to be nervous that your wireless access point may …