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Feb 3rd 2010, 09:37

ANXeBusiness Acquires S2S Communications

Posted by Glenn Moore
ANXeBusiness Corp. Acquires S2S Communications

Combined company further strengthens positions in the managed security and managed network services markets
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (February 5, 2010) - ANXeBusiness Corp., a leading provider of networking and security managed services, today announced the acquisition of enterprise broadband and managed network infrastructure services provider S2S Communications. Since both companies are privately-held, complete terms are not being disclosed. This is ANXeBusiness’ fifth acquisition in the past three years, and reinforces the company’s strong foundation in the managed security and managed network services markets.
Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Conshohocken, PA, outside of Philadelphia, S2S

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Dec 7th 2009, 07:05

PCI Compliance is a Helpful Hassle

Posted by Glenn Moore
One of my favorite summertime activities is camping with my family.  Campfires, hiking, outdoor cooking and just unplugging from the daily grind.  We camp in a 30' RV which really blurs the line between camping and staying at a hotel.  The RV has air conditioning, shower/bathroom, and a full kitchen.  It's far from roughing it!

Operating an RV is actually pretty easy but there are some mandatory requirements.  Last weekend I finished my annual ritual of preparing the RV for winter storage.  It's a bit of a hassle.  You need to drain the fresh water system and then add 5 gallons of RV anti-freeze.  The solution needs to flow completely through all the PVC plumbing in the

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Nov 9th 2009, 16:29

SMBs – Time to Incorporate Pandemics into your Business Continuity Planning

Posted by Dennis Piche
These days when teams get together to discuss risk scenarios, the focus tends to be on facilities (ie What if disaster strikes?) and suppliers (ie What if we cannot get the materials we need to produce our product or service?).  Epidemics or pandemics rarely enter the thought process.  The recent outbreak of H1N1, commonly known as the swine flu, is forcing business managers to consider risks to their primary resource – their employees. 
SMBs are especially susceptible to the negative economic impacts of a flu pandemic.  Considering that many are fighting to stay afloat as it is, H1N1 combined with the recession, has the potential to create a perfect storm.
So what type of risks does H1N1 present to your

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