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Wire On-Premises, Wire Cloud or hybrid deployment - which one is the best for my organization?

At Wire, we take secure communication seriously – and we understand that every organization works differently and has different requirements when it comes to security, privacy, and digital sovereignty. This is why we offer our secure communication solution in two and a half flavors – on-premises, in the cloud, or as a hybrid deployment. But what are the differences between those two? And is one more secure than the other? Read on to find out!

Is Downdetector an Effective Monitoring Tool?

The internet has become an essential part of our lives, especially when it comes to business. Whether for work, communication, or entertainment, we heavily rely on the internet’s availability. However, when the internet goes down unexpectedly, it can be frustrating and disruptive. This is where Downdetector has become integral for many people in determining the status of an internet service.

Top 7 secure cloud collaboration tools for your business

Remote and hybrid teams in forward-thinking organizations are frequently dispersed across geographical boundaries. Therefore, flawless communication and cooperation have become critical to success. Cloud platforms generally come with a range of capabilities, from secure file sharing to real-time document editing, in order to facilitate collaboration among teams throughout the workplace and around the world.

Cloud Based Attendance System | Benefits and Options For Small Businesses

Cloud based attendance systems leverage online applications and mobile apps to digitalize and optimize attendance tracking. With features like geofencing on mobile apps, employees can conveniently clock in and out from specific locations, ensuring accuracy and preventing time discrepancies. The mobile app functionality of these software also empowers employees to request absences, view work hours, and track vacation days on the go.

Top Cloud Security Threats and How to Prevent Them

Cloud hosting is becoming the norm due to its efficiency, accessibility, flexibility, and scalability. Not only that, but it also optimizes IT expenses and encourages collaboration. However, with the rise of digitalization comes a surge of cloud security risks. With such threats, business leaders must be attentive to the cloud security of their businesses.

Better Together: Miro and AWS drive innovation for product teams

At Miro, we empower product teams to create the next big thing, regardless of their location, by launching diagramming tools, templates, frameworks, and so much more. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce that Miro has won the Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) 2023 Independent Software Vendor Partner of the Year award, in recognition of our commitment to building software that shapes the future.

Improving Trace Data For Azure Virtual Desktop

The Microsoft infrastructure makes collecting network traces more complicated. Network traces (tracert) inside and out of the Azure Virtual Desktop virtual machine are valuable when diagnosing support issues or when an end-user calls up complaining of poor Azure Virtual Desktop performance. The following information should help improve the collection of network traces and trace data, which will aid in diagnosing Virtual Desktop Infrastructure connectivity.

Top 5 Cloud Migration Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Companies wishing to move from their legacy IT systems, outdated servers and unreliable hardware are regularly migrating their businesses to the cloud. The benefits of cloud computing and various cloud-based project management solutions – including Atlassian, Confluence, Jira, Bitbucket, and an array of others – have allowed businesses to adapt, evolve and scale successfully.

Miro's new solution for Google Meet and Jamboard users: Introducing our app for Google Meet all-in-one devices

We’re working in lockstep with Google Workspace to build a robustly integrated and feature-rich visual workspace experience to help customers adopt Miro in hybrid environments, or as an alternative to whiteboarding in Jamboard. Bringing together the power of Google Workspace and Miro’s visual workspace for innovation ensures customers can seamlessly transition their work and can continue to create the next big thing.