Cybersecurity is Deceptive

Cybersecurity is Deceptive

Cybercriminals use increasingly sophisticated techniques to trick and manipulate people to provide sensitive information, credentials, or access to network systems. On this episode we discuss some of the most common social engineering techniques used by...
Cybersecurity is Deceptive

Our Christmas 2020 Message to You

As we enter into this Christmas season and look forward to the new year, we wanted to take an opportunity to wish you a Merry Christmas. With the unpredictability 2020 presented, the podcast has taken a back seat to other activities. Throughout 2020, we focused on...
Cybersecurity is Deceptive

Communicating and Working From Home

With recent tornado’s disrupting businesses in middle Tennessee and Coronavirus impacting business around the world, implementing alternatives for working has become increasingly important to businesses. Extending business communications to work-at-home or...
Cybersecurity is Deceptive

A Mile Wide An Inch Deep

An interesting conversation with Tom Ward, Complex Applications Specialist at Hiscall. Tom is well versed in technologies across the industry. We celebrate his 2019 successes and interesting technologies that solve unique problems for customers, including UCaaS,...
Cybersecurity is Deceptive

Addressing the Office FAX

FAX is one of the oldest communications technologies and still widely used today. On this episode, Tina Caudle discusses Sangoma’s solution addressing FAX for modern communications networks. FAXstation is a cost effective, reliable, and secure FAX over IP (FoIP)...