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TLS and Email Security: An Overview

Many people don’t realize that when you send an email, its contents are often unencrypted – and in turn, vulnerable to being seen and intercepted by others. This may be fine if you are sending recipes...

Rob Manser, Sr. Digital Marketing Manager
Rob Manser
Sr. Digital Marketing Manager
May 30, 2019

GDPR Compliance: Is Your Business Ready?

If you conduct business in Europe, May 2018 will be an important date. This is when the planned introduction of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is scheduled to take effect....

Carolyn Healey, Director of Marketing
Carolyn Healey
Director of Marketing
September 5, 2017

How secure is your ‘Data at Rest’?

In a world where millions of customer and contact records are commonly stolen, how do you keep your data safe? First, lock the door to your office. Now you’re good, right? Oh wait, you are still...

Jan Rehorik, Sr. Software Engineer
Jan Rehorik
Sr. Software Engineer
June 22, 2017

Maintaining a Good Email Sender Reputation

What are honeypot email addresses? A honeypot is a type of spamtrap. It is an email address that is created with the intention of identifying potential spammers. The email address is often hidden from...

Emanuel Fuentes, Sr. Software Engineer
Emanuel Fuentes
Sr. Software Engineer
May 4, 2017

We Won’t Let Storm Stella Affect Your Data Quality

A macro-scale cyclone referred to as a Nor'easter is forecasted to develop along the East Coast starting tonight and estimated to continue throughout Tuesday. In addition to typical storm preparations,...

Caroline Wedderburn, Customer Care Analyst
Caroline Wedderburn
Customer Care Analyst
March 13, 2017

The Importance of Encryption

The information age has brought with it both convenience and risk. Consumers, for example, love the convenience of shopping online, yet they certainly don't want their personal and sensitive information...

Aki Stankoski, Application Engineer
Aki Stankoski
Application Engineer
December 15, 2016

8 Tips to Build a Successful Service Level Agreement

A Service Level Agreement (SLA) makes use of the knowledge of enterprise capacity demands, peak periods, and standard usage baselines to compose the enforceable and measurable outsourcing agreement between...

Travis Quine, Sr. Network Engineer
Travis Quine
Sr. Network Engineer
September 8, 2016

Leveraging SSD (Solid-State-Drive) Technology

Our company recently invested in SSD (solid-state-drive) arrays for our database servers, which allowed us to improve the speed of our services. As you likely know, it's challenging to balance cost,...

Travis Quine, Sr. Network Engineer
Travis Quine
Sr. Network Engineer
March 10, 2016

How To Achieve An SLA Of 99.995% Uptime

Any business offering Web services needs to be concerned with uptime. After all, if the service goes down, it becomes unusable. Here at Service Objects, that's unthinkable! We've built resiliency and data...

Travis Quine, Sr. Network Engineer
Travis Quine
Sr. Network Engineer
October 21, 2015