2 Ways To Send Large Files Securely Across The Internet

Posted on September 19, 2014 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|


In the beginning, there was Hotmail and a 2MB storage limit.

Not 2MB for an attachment; 2 megabytes of storage for all the emails in your entire email account.

Since then the number of email service providers has exploded, as has the amount of storage space offered. And that’s not even mentioning the increasing number of large file transfer activities being carried out via email.

The problem is that the word ‘large’ is relative.

And whilst large files used to be measured in terms of megabytes(MB) or even gigabytes (GB), today we measure them in units of terabytes(TB).

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Growing Companies Equals Growing Data Risks

Posted on June 09, 2014 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

"Growth demands a temporary surrender of security."
Gail Sheehy, New York Times Bestselling Author


Despite talking about the stages people pass through in life in her best-selling book Passages, Gail Sheehy’s quote could not be more apt in describing the battle that takes place when a business begins to grow.

Every business aims to grow but with increased market share, new clients and extra profits comes added security risks. It is important to note that although the growth of your business may demand the temporary surrender of your security, you are under no obligation to sacrifice it.

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