Tag Archives: Cloud

QualTech Hosted Exchange Email Services

QualTech Exchange Email Services As a managed services provider QualTech provides cloud hosted multi and single tenant email services with Exchange Server 2016 on our multi datacenter redundant infrastructure through our cloud division QualTechCloud-Integrated Cloud Solutions. Exchange Server 2016 is an enterprise grade email server with built in features like spam filter and high availability. You can access your… Read More »

QualTech Backup Services

QualTech360Care And The Protection Of On-Premises Infrastructure Our partnership with Asigra allows us to provide you with another layer of protection to your on-premises critical infrastructure with offsite cloud stored backups. Together with our end point security and monitoring, cloud hosted infrastructure and our cloud managed fully supported business application hosting QualTech provides your business 360 degrees of… Read More »

Maplytics CRM Geo Mapping Solution

Just taking a moment to introduce Maplytics,  the latest Dynamics 365 custom hosted solution we are making available to our existing and potential customers through our partnership with  Inogic. Maplytics is truly a flexible and hassle-free solution. The Geo-Analytics tool is natively build inside Dynamics 365 environment. Solution is seamless integration of Bing Maps with MS Dynamics CRM… Read More »

Setup a Multi-Tenant IFD Dynamics CRM With NAT Firewall

We at QualTechCloud have been setting up complex Dynamics CRM environments. It has come the time for us to deliver crm online to our customers and as Microsoft Partners we have to deliver compliant environments. We had a hard time setting up IFD in a complex highly scalable environment. We have found bits and pieces of information scattered… Read More »

Millions of embedded devices use the same hard-coded SSH and TLS private keys

Resource: NetworkWorld Thousands of routers, modems, IP cameras, VoIP phones and other embedded devices share the same hard-coded SSH (Secure Shell) host keys or HTTPS (HTTP Secure) server certificates, a study found. By extracting those keys, hackers can potentially launch man-in-the-middle attacks to intercept and decrypt traffic between users and millions of devices. more… Drop us a comment… Read More »