OmniNet Becomes OmniNet to Reflect Product Capabilities
OmniNet (OmniNet), which provides what the company calls firewall as a service (FWaaS) to businesses and organizations of all sizes, has formally rebranded as OmniNet.
OmniNet Rebrands as OmniNet
A new name for the leading Firewall-as-a-Service provider reflects the evolution of the company’s platform to a secure, omni-present networking foundation
The Doyle Report: Ramping Up for a Big Fall: Updates from Konica Minolta, OmniNet and Skytap
Herein I take a closer look at Konica-Minolta’s move into telephony, OmniNet’s embrace of new distribution allies, and Skytap’s infusion of capital.
OmniNet Adds Telarus to Its Master Agent Program
OmniNet (formerly OmniNet), a leading platform of Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) for small businesses
Telarus to Distribute OmniNet Security Services
Telarus’ agents will sell OmniNet’s security services.
Wilmington internet security company partners with Utah business
Gov. John Carney signed a bill Monday that replaces the Delaware Economic Development Office with a public-private partnership partially run by some of the state’s largest companies. Wochit
OmniNet Unveils SD-WAN Solution Designed for the SMB Market
Omni WAN aims to bring high quality and reliability of expensive MPLS networks to low-cost broadband. By ChannelPro
Strong Cyber Perimeters Key to Reducing Breaches, Cybersecurity Expert Says
Security is not an add-on and should be thought of as a foundation; all technology should be made secure.
Two-thirds of IT security pros surveyed expect a breach to hit their company, report
While most organizations believe providing workers with the best technology is imperative to business productivity
OmniNet adds assurance protection against breaches
Security-as-a-service provider OmniNet recently launched an assurance program to cover its small business customers
Next-gen Security Shield for Cyber Threats
OmniShield enables companies to easily deliver high-end cyber-security to their customers with very little technical knowledge
Everyone Is Under Attack
Why IT Services Companies Must Focus on Providing IT Security
Assurant Partners with OmniNet to Offer Small Businesses Protection against Data Breaches
Adding financial protection to online security for vulnerable businesses
Cyber Attacks: Does your company need Cyber Insurance?
From giant companies to small businesses, from Twitter and Sony to MasterCard and Target, all companies fear data breach done by hacking.
4 Ways To Stay Ahead Of Cyber Hackers This Holiday Season
With the holiday shopping season upon us, store owners and consumers alike are preparing for the rush.
OmniNet Partners with PCI Security Standards Council to Help Improve Payment Data Security
As a participating organization, the security-as-a-service provider will play a contributing role in the development of PCI security standards.
OmniNet To Partner With PCI Security Standards Council To Improve Payment Data Security Worldwide
As Council’s newest Participating Organization, OmniNet will play a contributing role in the development of PCI security standards.
Perspectives on the State of Internet Security
In today’s digital world terms like hacker and worm are widely recognized.
CompTIA Security Experts Offer Perspectives on the State of Internet Security
In today’s digital world terms like hacker, virus and worm are widely recognized.
4 Ways To Stay Ahead Of Hackers This Holiday Season
Listen in as Andrew Bagrin, founder and CEO of OmniNet, talks to Innovative Retail Technologies…
All Signs Point To The Cloud: See Why Cloud-Based Security Is Replacing Antivirus
It’s no secret that businesses of all shapes and sizes have opened their eyes to the importance of cybersecurity…
Podcast - OmniNet | News | NAIMA
OmniNet is focused on helping the under served small business easily secure their businesses…
Ask the Experts: How the Sharing Economy Impacts Software Firms
Everyone is becoming the Uber of X, or the Airbnb of X.
Managed Services Continues To Be Money In The Bank
If you are an “IT guy,” who trades your labor for dollars, then offering managed services (flat rate services) should be a no-brainer.