Local telecoms service provider, Vox, weighs in on the rise of cyberattacks suffered by MSPs, and the measures they should take to protect themselves.
As more SMEs conduct more business online, Vox is offering a solid option for reliability.
Struggling to keep up with software updates and securing your small business? Vox can help.
Vox has announced it now offers Mimecast email security as a managed service.
In partnership with Frogfoot Networks, Telkom and Cloudseed, Vox will launch Lekelela Technical Services to address installation woes among other things.
Vox’s Hardware as a Service offering gives SMEs an easier way to get their hands on hardware.
Vox understands that smaller restaurants and coffee shops also need WiFi and has created a solution specially made for those businesses.
Cybersecurity is vital for a small business and Vox has introduced a managed firewall service that addresses that need.
The partnership will see more folks getting their homes connected to fibre.
Data packages start at R219 for 20GB.
Graduates of the programme walk away with an accredited certification.
Good news for new and existing customers at Vox.
If you’re in Witbank, Middelburg, Empangeni or Richards Bay, Vox is bringing fibre to you.
Vox customers (or new sign-ups) can from 1 August get a Ruckus ZoneFlex R310 wireless access point (AP) when they sign up for a bundle deal.
Users of Vox’s Fat Pipe offer can look forward to getting additional data without paying more as of today.
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