The marketing folk over at Maytech towers have been busy creating a suite of videos so that you can see how all our secure file transfer products and their specialist features work.Continue reading →
Once again it’s the time of month where we look back and see what changes have happened in China’s technology sector. It’s been quite a busy month in China, here’s some of the highlights:Continue reading →
Why should you pay a little more for your file transfer in China? In short, it’s all part of the old adage ‘you have to spend money to make money’.
When your business is doing business in China, you’ll find your fair share of cut-price data transfer tools, but it pays to do your research and spend a little more.
Let’s take a look why:
The European Union is collating a new data privacy regime that could change the business landscape in Europe – particularly for US companies.
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After the Snowden disclosures revealed the extent to which American companies collected the personal data of customers, new legislation is being mooted to unite all EU countries with legislation that requires Europeans to explicitly agree to the collection of their information.
Maytech has highlighted their commitment to data security in the government sector by being awarded PAN Government Accreditation in April 2015 for their secure data transfer products. This covers UK Government data that is OFFICIAL and OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE connected over the internet. It will provide confidence to purchasers and SiROs around the security of Maytech’s dedicated service for the secure file sharing of data with third parties outside of government networks.Continue reading →
For businesses everywhere, data security and potential cybercrime are a major concern. Recent news stories have shown that the level of threat has increased significantly over the last few years and the trend only looks set to continue.
Enhancing your data security measures and creating an action plan to deal with any potential threat should be one of your main priorities. After all, the risk to your business otherwise is far too great.Continue reading →
It’s a quirk of the globalised, constantly-connected world that data residency is still of utmost importance to businesses and governments. Although data can be viewed and transmitted across continents and from hard-to-reach locations, there are numerous laws that dictate where this information can actually be stored.Continue reading →
All across the world, it’s become common practice for employers to use social media to get a more rounded, realistic picture of potential employees. The data available on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn can provide a wealth of information concerning a person’s character, so much so that now, perhaps unsurprisingly, financial institutions are also beginning to take advantage of it.
According to EuroMoney, an increasing number of independent lenders are gaining traction in the loans industry thanks to the use of social media to analyse credit risk. In many cases, the picture that these companies are able to build up using these methods enables them to lend to those who banks will not.Continue reading →
Is cyber security changing?
Recent comments by a variety of security experts suggest that some of the world’s biggest businesses are changing the way that they keep their data safe.
Since the birth of the internet more than twenty years ago, data security has centred around keeping the ‘bad guys’ out. IT departments have kept their organisations safe by building walls and digging moats around sensitive information.
Since its birth, the cloud has become increasingly synonymous with the convenient, simple sharing of non-sensitive data.
Read more: How the Cloud Means That Every Situation Has a Scalable Solution
IT departments would roll it out to enable employees to send and receive files across different locations – improving productivity, offering flexibility and making the day-to-day generally easier. The cloud would be used to send and receive temporary files between departments and share non-sensitive files, particularly during seasonal spikes in demand.