By Dion Hinchcliffe on May 29, 2012
Tablets are likely to become the primary computing experience for workers over the next few years. What will it take to successfully shift IT delivery to these devices given the security worries, legacy IT landscape, BYOD, and other issues?
By Phil Fersht on April 10, 2012
One of the critical areas we believe is too-frequently neglected in today’s business operations planning is security and risk. With the amount of data flitting between hundreds of global locations and millions of servers -to how much risk are your operations, today, being exposed? How many local and regional regulations are you flouting? How [...]
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By Basab Pradhan on September 19, 2011
xkcd has a cartoon that beautifully explains why strict password rules have brought us to a pass where it remains relatively easy for a computer to hack the password. But very difficult for people to remember them. My company, like most large corporates, has a password policy that forces the use of numbers, large caps, [...]
By Bob Warfield on September 12, 2011
What if your business could suffer a major security breach even though your own sites were all properly secured and not penetrated? ”How can that happen?” you ask.
Welcome to the world of typosquatting. The problem starts when employees send emails containing sensitive information. If they mistype the name of the destination domain slightly…
By Michael Fauscette on June 29, 2011
By now you’d pretty much have to live under a rock to be completely ignorant about online social networks, whether you participate in them or not. Earlier this week facebook hit the news again with its ever rising valuation now…
By Phil Wainewright on June 6, 2011
Despite the increasing prevalence of cloud services, many of us remain naive about the necessary steps we should take to keep our online assets secure. These five simple guidelines will go a long way towards helping you keep online threats at bay.
By R "Ray" Wang on May 5, 2011
Annual Analyst Conference Highlights The New Dell Strategy Dell held their annual analyst conference at The W Austin from May 3rd to May 4th, 2011. The event featured multiple sessions including: Services and Solutions For The Vitual Era Data Center and Information Management – Trends & Business Issues – moderated by Brad Anderson Senior Vice [...]
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By James Governor on April 20, 2011
If you don’t know Dropbox you should. Its a wonderful service for sharing files between multiple people and machines. Its like magic, frankly. Most Web developers and designers I know use it. Why FTP when you can Dropbox? It spans native and the cloud beautifully- so a folder on your desktop is perfectly synchronised with [...]
By Michael Coté on April 19, 2011
What people fear is The Fear of the New – The Unknown. They think something about cloud computing is wildly different – more than likely, it’s about exposing your technical debt in security, your current weaknesses, not introducing new problems.
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By Zoli Erdos on December 2, 2010
Warning: I think I’m becoming a curmudgeon – except that title has until now been reserved for somebody else . But I still have doubts about the recent transaction: LastPass acquired Xmarks. I really liked Xmarks – when it was Foxmarks. A simple bookmark synchronization service that would keep your Firefox up-to-date no matter where [...]
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