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  • Security or Innovation?

    Well…you don’t really have to choose.

    Security or Innovation?

  • How to keep your network secure

    Network security is any activity designed to protect the usability and integrity of your network and data.

    How to keep your network secure

  • Get clued up on Cyber Security

    We look at the results from the ‘Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2017’ to discover just how important cyber security is to your business

    Get clued up on Cyber Security

  • According to a recent study, 83% Of Enterprise Workloads Will Be In The Cloud By 2020, but which cloud solution will see your organisation soar?

    Today’s cloud systems are smart enabling them to adapt easily and automatically.

    According to a recent study, 83% Of Enterprise Workloads Will Be In The Cloud By 2020, but which cloud solution will see your organisation soar?

  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

    Advances in technology and consumerism of IT have seen the BYOD trend rapidly expand.

    Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

  • Why are firewalls essential to your organisation?

    How many of you know every application and operating system that’s on your network right now?

    Why are firewalls essential to your organisation?

  • How GDPR will affect WiFi

    GDPR is the general data protection regulation which has been brought in to harmonise existing EU data privacy laws.

    How GDPR will affect WiFi

  • The Next Generation Of Managed Local Area Networks

    Pinacl is supporting the next generation of Managed Local Area Networks with Cisco ISE. Cisco ISE allows us to manage the assets and configuration of all our Cisco LAN customers estates, with security built in as standard, to allow only authorised assets to consume the LAN Connectivity.

    The Next Generation Of Managed Local Area Networks

  • WiFi security flaw puts devices at risk

    The WiFi connections of businesses and homes around the world are at risk, according to researchers who have revealed a major flaw dubbed “Krack”. The flaw is part of the authentication system which is widely used to secure wireless connections.

    WiFi security flaw puts devices at risk

  • Layering Security

    Security has been a bit of a big thing this month with the impact of the WannaCrypt outbreak affecting a large majority of key IT systems across the world. So, what better topic to discuss in our Infrastructure blog this month.

    Layering Security