It’s no surprise that much of life in 2019 takes place online. And while the expanded connectivity certainly makes certain things easier, the rise in the widespread use of technology has brought with it a rise in cybercrime. Now more than ever, it’s important for non-profits to establish data security through anti-virus software and backup solutions.
A lot of the Non-Profit Organizations we work with do not have a backup solution in place to protect their data. We have a couple great solutions available, and the leader in Backup Solutions is Veritas Backup Exec. Backup Exec is primarily used for backing up server networks and is an extremely powerful tool for protecting large quantities of data.
A growing trend with many Non-Profit Organizations is to remove endpoint protection or simply replace it with some kind of file sync and share (FSS) solution such as a Dropbox or Google Drive. With the increased accessibility of technology, especially AI and machine learning, viruses are finding new ways to compromise your data.
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Corel has a variety of graphic design programs to help artists translate their creativity to the digital medium. The two most popular Corel Products are Corel Draw and Corel Painter. One of the most common questions we get is: What’s the difference? Which one is better?
We recommend taking a quick look at this article before your organization or school makes the transition from device licenses to the new shared device model that Adobe released just this month. If you aren't already aware of the shared device license update, then this is a great place to start!
Just this month Adobe released the new Shared Device License (SDL) to replace standard Device Licenses. Becaue SDL is the cheapest option available to Non-Profits it is pretty popular with our customers, however it does require a bit more work to get it up and running. If you are curious about how to set up SDL or need help deploying your license, check out the website below which has multiple help articles for any Adobe issues.