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How smart businesses recover from ransomware nightmare

Ransomware is on track to become a billion-dollar-a-year booming business, putting the old adage “crime does not pay” to a stern test.

The smarter SMB's guide to ransomware

Ransomware has become a serious epidemic affecting businesses of all sizes, and protecting your company is more essential than ever before as the number of ransomware attacks continues to rise.

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5 affordable MDM options for small businesses

5 affordable MDM options for small businesses

Small and medium sized businesses have embraced BYOD faster than large corporations, but research suggests SMBs aren't taking security seriously. Here are five affordable and easy-to-deploy BYOD management solutions that will get your data secure, without hurting productivity.

Nutanix launches enterprise cloud platform for SMBs

The company claims Nutanix Xpress can be used by a single IT professional to install and manage an organization’s entire IT infrastructure, freeing valuable time to focus on initiatives that directly impact the top line.

APAC SMBs use cloud, mobile apps to enhance productivity

According to the Boston Consulting Group, businesses that use cloud and mobile technologies far outperformed their peers in the marketplace.

Microsoft peddles cloud-based POS for food trucks in Indonesia

Product can be run on Windows tablets, advertises affordability.

StarHub deploys Parallels to expand cloud offerings for Singapore’s SMBs

Partnership aims to meet growing demand for SaaS and other cloud services, including Microsoft Office 365

StarHub unveils cloud marketplace for Singapore's SMBs

StarHub hasa cloud marketplace that offers a range of cloud applications, including Microsoft Office 365 and McAfee Endpoint Protection, targeted at SMBs.

PinoyTravel handles transport bookings via cloud

Filipino start-up PinoyTravel runs its domestic bus travel reservation services on both the traditional Web and mobile platforms. The company hosts its cloud-based infrastructure on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

StarHub offers enhanced cloud DR service suite from Kronicles

Service now supports multiple server OSes, endpoints.