Have you seen the movie Sex Tape starring Cameron Diaz? The entire movie revovles around cloud security, or in this case, the lack thereof. Although the majority of cloud computing services work perfectly, many small and medium sized business who are only now signing up for VoIP services are still unclear with how secure the cloud is.
This is why V1 VoIP educated our resellers about cloud services and solutions, and more importantly, cloud security. No company wants to have their data hacked into and/or stolen by another entity creating a real need to improve cloud security in order to protect all users. Here, V1 VoIP gives our cloud resellers some tips to give to their customers to help ensure the cloud stays safe and protected.
1-2-3-4-5, it’s the type of password an idiot would have on their luggage. Not only should a company have a complex password, but they should have more than one. Include capitol letters, numbers and some type of punctuation.
By limiting access to only a few employees, this will greatly improve security members. The fewer employees who have the keys to the castle, the less concern for security breaches. Plus you can have employees have access to only certain parts of the cloud with other parts being completely off limits.
Firewalls allow you to control the traffic. Using them can ensure only certain connections to come in and go out. A firewall service is going to make your overall security be that much stronger.
By updating your cloud often, you can reduce weaknesses like worms and bugs. Updating your system at least once a month is highly recommended, and can easily be scheduled to be done automatically.
If you would like to get started reselling cloud services, contact V1 VoIP today. We can educate you not only on cloud security, but how it will benefit your customers. Allow us to give you a free demo of our cloud services.
Article publié pour la première fois le 07/04/2016