A new law in Texas reclassifies cloud computing services and electricity as “personal property,” allowing school districts to use bond funding and other non-operational budget dollars to purchase cloud services in the same way they purchase physical hardware like servers and networking equipment.
While leveraging cyber-liability insurance has become an essential component of cyber-risk mitigation strategy, cyber-liability offerings are still relatively new, and, as a result, many parties seeking to obtain coverage are still unaware of many important factors requiring consideration when selecting a policy.
Radware, a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, and Netsync today announced that they are bringing Radware’s Cloud DDoS Protection Service to State, Local and Education (SLED) agencies in the U.S. as part of Netsync’s offerings.
Netsync recognized for its impressive 70% growth rate HOUSTON, October, 2020 – Inc. magazine will be recognizing Netsync’s addition to its annual list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies later […]
“How can technology keep schools safe?” That was the question the National Safer Schools and Campuses Program set out to answer as they travelled across the U.S. interviewing superintendents, community […]
By enabling physical fiber connections to be made automatically, remotely, quickly and without on-site manual intervention, organizations can effectively reduce their capital expenditure and operating expense while simultaneously improving network reliability and security.