A recent survey revealed the most common data security issues as reported by IT pros — and also the cost of data loss to a company.
Above all, IT needs to ensure that critical systems keep running no matter what, even during a system upgrade because when things go south, it can get ugly in a hurry for you.
While it’s paramount that IT pros have the requisite technical knowledge to do their jobs, it’s also important that you have softer people skills to work well inside an organization.
IT can use internal social software to be more transparent and communicate better with employees across the organization.
By one company’s estimate, there could be 67,000 lost cell phones during the two week Summer Olympics in London, and chances are some of those phones will contain sensitive corporate data.
As Nasdaq learned an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and when you fail to take precautions, in certain instances it can prove not only embarrassing, but costly too.
Law enforcement has virtually unlimited ability to make requests for electronic information without a warrant and this power can cost you money in time and resources responding to requests.
The Olympic web site team has been working for months to help ensure that the site will run smoothly throughout the games, no matter how much demand they get.
After the US arrested 24 hackers this week, it left me wondering if we were any safer, and the answer is we’re not because that was just a drop in the bucket. You’re not going to solve network security issues through law enforcement.
Netflix offers another sophisticated cloud management tool to open source. This time its Asgard, which you can use to deploy massive code projects to Amazon Web Services.