Do Ex-Employees Still Have Access to Your Corporate Data?

Organizations of all sizes have a problem that most of them are not addressing adequately: their employees store corporate data on various file-sharing and content access platforms and most of these people still have access to this data after they are no longer employees. Worse, much of this data in what Osterman Research is calling “rogue applications” is sensitive or …

EIS

GSA Awards 10 Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions Contracts August 1, 2017 15-year, $50 billion contract provides agencies with comprehensive mission-critical IT & telecom services WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) today announced awards for the new 15-year, $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solution (EIS) contract. EIS is a government-wide contract that provides federal agencies with mission-critical telecommunications, infrastructure, and …

HIPPA Compliant Office in the Cloud

When I’m talking with our customers and partners about healthcare and HIPAA, a frequent question is “What about your cloud-based voice services?  Are they compliant with HIPAA requirements?” Discussing HIPAA requirements to protect sensitive patient information often starts with documents and email, so the implications for voice and hosted PBX may not be as obvious. But you need to look …

Who Creates Risk in Your Organization?

The New York Post broke incredible news this week: the AOL email account of the Director of the CIA was hacked. By a teen. Who “social engineered” Verizon to get the password. Now, every element of that story in and of itself is already incredible. But what made our jaws truly drop was the revelation that the teen discovered sensitive …

Exchange 2003’s End-of-Life: One Month Later

It’s been a month since Microsoft ended support for Exchange 2003. I’ve seen quite a few articles and forum threads offering instructions for upgrading on-premises Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 or 2013. And from what I gather reading the forums, a lot of folks are finding it a troublesome experience. I was looking at MSExchange.org recently, and I found this …