These days we depend on technology for almost all aspects of our lives. On our phones, tablets, and computers we shop, look up movie times and recipes, and research all kinds of things online in between our emails, status updates, and tweets. It is easy to take for granted how so many websites today have simple and responsive designs. This increasing trend in simplicity and responsiveness indicates a shift in how websites are being built.
Businesses must likewise adapt to this trend toward online ubiquity. Over 80% of people use search engines like Google and Yahoo! to gather information on small business. The best way for business to reach customers and other businesses online is through Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
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Anyone in the technology business knows just how difficult it is to provide security for their managed file transfer services. File transfer services provide the method many businesses use to send, receive, and store information. Data delivery methods need to ensure that digital files — anything from business reports to costumer records — are safe and free from prying eyes. Fact is, the state of data delivery services is not the best. In 2011 for example, more than 535 businesses in the United States were hacked, resulting in the compromise of over 30 million private costumer records. From credit card numbers to addresses, these records were stolen or destroyed outright.
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From hospitals and technology firms to schools and government offices, organizations of all kind use easy file transfer services for their digital needs. Sending files online has never been more important or as ubiquitous. Using managed file transfer services for business is nearly universal. No longer secluded to the realm of large corporations, easy file transfer services are operated by businesses of all kinds, large and small.
As with any communication system, file transfer services rely on security in order to keep their sensitive documents and records private. And with good cause. In 2011 for example, more than 535 cases of online hacking and breaching were reported. As a result, more than 30 Continue reading