The popularity of the internet has a lot of companies and businesses migrating online. Partnering with a trustworthy and reliable managed IT service provider can radically change your experience online. From handling cybersecurity to enabling different kinds of solutions for your business, these companies are here to help. Founded in 1988, the PAVilion team has
Many IT teams are facing the double dilemma of more applications to manage, at the same time as more frequent and complex updates to run. At the same time, ransomware hackers are increasingly looking for vulnerabilities in the security of applications as a way to access and encrypt organisations’ critical data, infrastructure or devices. When
Cybercrime is rising at an unprecedented rate. Here is a guide on cybercrime types and tips to protect against them. Key Points Cybercrime is mounting against individuals, businesses and governments. Common types of cybercrime include identity theft, ransomware and denial of service attacks. Organizations can help thwart attacks through services such as email protection, business
Learn about the top ransomware attacks in 2021, and what they teach us about how to protect your business and employees from future attacks. 2021 Ransomware Attacks that Shook the World Key Points Ransomware attacks surged in 2021, affecting organizations across industries and impacting our everyday lives. The costs of ransomware not only
At this event, we will review the employee requirements upon end user technology, how these requirements are changing in an IT world where one size no longer fits all. We will then dissect the end user IT requirement from the perspective of employee productivity, IT operations and cyber security. During the session we hope to
Pavilion has achieved the Cisco Networking Specialization. As networks become more complex, organisations are looking to IT Parters with expert skills in unified communications, security, data center and cloud technologies. Pavilion focus on the ability to deliver intelligent networks and technology architectures built on integrated products, services, and software platforms. With the Cisco Networking
First and foremost, we here at P2 Technologies and PAVilion wish you and your families a very happy festive period! We look forward to reconnecting with you in 2022! For those of you with IT support contracts I would recommend that you review our festive hours of operation within the appropriate section of this newsletter.
Create future-ready experiences for everyone No matter how you look at it, creating memorable experiences for employees and customers is table stakes for success, growth, and staying competitive. As your business plans for the future, robust hybrid workplace technologies will be critical in reconnecting with the people most important to you. To ease your transition to a
We recently met with Nathan Collins, Director of Sales and Marketing at PAVilion, and found out that his company provides essential support services to organizations. Private Internet Access: What has your journey to your current position been and what do you love about working in cybersecurity? Nathan Collins: In the late ‘90s I was an
Ransomware Attacks Are Increasing Due To Low-Cost Tools And Vulnerable Targets, With High Chances Of Profits And Minimal Risk. Key Points: Ransomware attacks are on the rise thanks to wide availability of low-cost tools to non-programmers; ransomware is relatively low risk with high reward potential. Organizations are only as secure as their partners and suppliers.
We are pleased to announce that in August this year Pavilion formalised an agreement to merge with Sheffield based P2 Technologies. P2 are focused almost entirely on the legal and accountancy sectors and have aligned their service offering to their customers business goals and IT strategy. Pavilion has always aspired to broaden the range of
Over the course of a weekend in 2020, organizations around the world pivoted from in-person workplaces to either fully remote or hybrid remote/in-person work models. For security teams, this raised a concerning question: How do you protect the perimeter when said perimeter no longer exists? This is where cloud-native security – a term we at