Tag: cloud infrastructure

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How B2B Companies Benefit from SOC2

Business-to-business (B2B) companies are responsible for keeping their clients’ data safe and secure. Increasing cybersecurity threats like ransomware, malware, phishing, or man-in-the-middle attacks can lead to data loss or theft. B2B companies need robust internal processes and infrastructure to protect their customer data against cyberattacks, business risks, and human mistakes. Service Organization Controls 2 (SOC2),…

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Improving Reliability, Maintainability, and Performance Using Flugel DevOps Expertise

Case Study: ConfigureID < Video Here > Business Challenge To meet the needs of growing infrastructure and operate at scale, ConfigureID wanted to find a cloud solutions partner who could increase the reliability of their cloud infrastructure while reducing complexity.   Transformation Collaborating with Flugel enabled ConfigureID to understand their cloud infrastructure better and improve…

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Post-Seed Founders Who Want Fast App Deployment Are Flocking To This Startup

During the pandemic, remote working suddenly went from a company benefit to an industry expectation. At many pre-pandemic businesses in the US, you’d be lucky to get one day of “telecommuting” a week – remember when it was called that? But in many other parts of the world, remote work has been the norm since…

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How GDPR Compliance and PII Protection Impact Your Business?

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has emerged as a global standard for the security and compliance community. The European Commission launched GDPR in 2016 to protect the personally identifiable information (PII) of European Union (EU) citizens. As most modern companies are global, protecting personally identifiable information of customers and employees has become a business priority…

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What’s a CISO? And Why You Should Have One

An emerging role in organizational leadership is the CISO or Chief Information Security Officer. In fact, the first CISO was appointed by Citibank in 1995. However, despite the growing threat of cybersecurity attacks, many organizations do not have a CISO. This is especially true for startups that find having a CISO expensive and prohibitive. Instead,…