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  1. What will Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) look like in 2014?

    In 2014 PaaS has reached a new level of maturity, in 2013 PaaS was adopted by many organizations... Read More

  2. What's new in GFI MailArchiver 2013 R2?

    The latest release of GFI MailArchiver comes with calendar archiving and GFI FaxMaker integration... Read More

  3. What's new in GFI WebMonitor 2015?

    GFI WebMonitor 2015 has been rebuilt from scratch for faster performance, scalability, configurability and cleaner user interface... Read More

  4. What’s New in GFI MailEssentials 2014

    SpamTag , IP Blocklist AntiSpam plugin, Windows 8.1 / Windows Server 2012 R2 support, and Easy email management from an updated web-based dashboard are some of the new exciting features included in the latest edition of GFI’s MailEssentials... Read More

  5. When will you switch to Windows Server 2012?

    Windows Server 2012 has been released and many questions about the software have been answered. But there was still one question that was looming; when is the tech industry planning to integrate Windows Server into their network? To answer this question, Firebrand surveyed over a thousand Technology companies and created an Info-graphic to share the results: Read more here -... Read More

  6. Whitepaper: Impact of unlicensed software on mid-market companies

    Executive summary: Companies must weigh the trade-off of purchasing and using genuine, fully licensed software versus using unlicensed software. This paper explores this trade-off and concludes that companies with unlicensed software do not have lower IT spend, but may incur far greater risk of system failure, data loss and employee discontent. In this paper, we explore the differences between mid-market... Read More

  7. Who Has Your Back? 2014 Report

    This year, EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) reports major improvements in industry standards for informing users about government data requests, publishing transparency reports, and fighting for the user in Congress... Read More

  8. Why Can My Devices Be Searched at the Border?

    The U.S. Constitution prevents the government from performing searches without a valid reason; the government generally can't snoop through your laptop for no reason. Electronic data stored on personal devices is a reflection of our lives - family photos, medical documents, banking information, details about what websites we visit, and so much more. But those privacy protections don't safeguard travelers... Read More

  9. Why Cloud Computing

    Learn the benefits of cloud computing and Amazon Web Services (AWS) from Amazon Sr. Vice President Andy Jassy in this video:... Read More

  10. Win Free Training For Life

    Firebrand offers free training for life... Read More

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