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  • The Smart Way to Secure Small Business Networks: Part 5 The Smart Way to Secure Small Business Networks: Part 5 Frank Derfler, PCMag Veteran; Sebastian Rupley, Editorial Director, PCMagCast Recorded: Sep 25 2009 6 mins
    Part 5: What Companies and How to Buy? -- Please join us for this PC Magazine Learning Center where you will learn how to effectively and economically protect your small business from security, spam, and virus threats. Until now small businesses either hoped that their profile was so low that no one would attack them or they invested in the redundant systems, special hardware, and the expensive expertise needed to form a strong central security solution. Web-based attacks are often random, so malware attacks small businesses just as readily as big ones. However, when a small business is attacked, the results can be devastating to the business.

    During this series of free short courses we will tell you how you can take advantage of Web-based services to gain the benefit of a strong centralized security system without the overhead. The trick is to take advantage of available technology, to have great services, and to control costs. We will tell you how to do all of those things.
  • The Smart Way to Secure Small Business Networks: Part 4 The Smart Way to Secure Small Business Networks: Part 4 Frank Derfler, PCMag Veteran; Sebastian Rupley, Editorial Director, PCMagCast Recorded: Sep 25 2009 7 mins
    Part 4: Does It Make (small) Business Sense? -- Please join us for this PC Magazine Learning Center where you will learn how to effectively and economically protect your small business from security, spam, and virus threats. Until now small businesses either hoped that their profile was so low that no one would attack them or they invested in the redundant systems, special hardware, and the expensive expertise needed to form a strong central security solution. Web-based attacks are often random, so malware attacks small businesses just as readily as big ones. However, when a small business is attacked, the results can be devastating to the business.

    During this series of free short courses we will tell you how you can take advantage of Web-based services to gain the benefit of a strong centralized security system without the overhead. The trick is to take advantage of available technology, to have great services, and to control costs. We will tell you how to do all of those things.
  • The Smart Way to Secure Small Business Networks: Part 3 The Smart Way to Secure Small Business Networks: Part 3 Frank Derfler, PCMag Veteran; Sebastian Rupley, Editorial Director, PCMagCast Recorded: Sep 25 2009 7 mins
    Part 3: How Do They Do It? -- Please join us for this PC Magazine Learning Center where you will learn how to effectively and economically protect your small business from security, spam, and virus threats. Until now small businesses either hoped that their profile was so low that no one would attack them or they invested in the redundant systems, special hardware, and the expensive expertise needed to form a strong central security solution. Web-based attacks are often random, so malware attacks small businesses just as readily as big ones. However, when a small business is attacked, the results can be devastating to the business.

    During this series of free short courses we will tell you how you can take advantage of Web-based services to gain the benefit of a strong centralized security system without the overhead. The trick is to take advantage of available technology, to have great services, and to control costs. We will tell you how to do all of those things.
  • The Smart Way to Secure Small Business Networks: Part 2 The Smart Way to Secure Small Business Networks: Part 2 Frank Derfler, PCMag Veteran; Sebastian Rupley, Editorial Director, PCMagCast Recorded: Sep 25 2009 7 mins
    Part 2: The Joy of Letting Someone Else Do It For You -- Please join us for this PC Magazine Learning Center where you will learn how to effectively and economically protect your small business from security, spam, and virus threats. Until now small businesses either hoped that their profile was so low that no one would attack them or they invested in the redundant systems, special hardware, and the expensive expertise needed to form a strong central security solution. Web-based attacks are often random, so malware attacks small businesses just as readily as big ones. However, when a small business is attacked, the results can be devastating to the business.

    During this series of free short courses we will tell you how you can take advantage of Web-based services to gain the benefit of a strong centralized security system without the overhead. The trick is to take advantage of available technology, to have great services, and to control costs. We will tell you how to do all of those things.
  • The Smart Way to Secure Small Business Networks: Part 1 The Smart Way to Secure Small Business Networks: Part 1 Frank Derfler, PCMag Veteran; Sebastian Rupley, Editorial Director, PCMagCast Recorded: Sep 25 2009 7 mins
    Part 1: You Did Not Get Into Business to become a Network Administrator -- Please join us for this PC Magazine Learning Center where you will learn how to effectively and economically protect your small business from security, spam, and virus threats. Until now small businesses either hoped that their profile was so low that no one would attack them or they invested in the redundant systems, special hardware, and the expensive expertise needed to form a strong central security solution. Web-based attacks are often random, so malware attacks small businesses just as readily as big ones. However, when a small business is attacked, the results can be devastating to the business.

    During this series of free short courses we will tell you how you can take advantage of Web-based services to gain the benefit of a strong centralized security system without the overhead. The trick is to take advantage of available technology, to have great services, and to control costs. We will tell you how to do all of those things.