Fax has been a staple in business communication for over half a century. It is a convenient method for the rapid transfer of documents between two locations, even over long distances. While you might not hear people mentioning it as much these days, that certainly does not mean it has lost all relevance. One of the main reasons it continues to be used is due to the adaptations it has gone through to stay relevant and convenient in the digital age, the primary adaptation being the advent of cloud-based faxing.
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The Lighthouse IT Podcast - Novermber 5th, 2021
Ransomware continues to grow, not only as one of the most popular forms of malware but also as one of the largest industries in the world. And no small part of this growth is due to the rise of ransomware as a service. Ransomware as a service is similar to any other software as a service in that the developer leases the use of the software to anyone willing to pay for it. However, in this case, the software is ransomware, meaning that anyone can launch a ransomware attack even without significant technical knowledge. In 2020 alone, the total revenue generated by ransomware is estimated to be around $20 billion.