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Network breaches are not only embarrassing, they can cost you big money in fines, and even worse, a big hit to your reputation.
As data center resource pools grow, it becomes nearly impossible for humans to track and monitor. Paul Maritz, CEO at VMware, says we are going to require systems that are self-monitoring and that report to us about significant issues.
What do you do when hackers steal valid credentials to get inside your firewall? You need more sophisticated threat detection that looks for anomalies such as an unusual location.
Life used to be a lot simpler for IT. Everyone used Windows PCs and applications, but today employees are interacting with a variety of devices and different approaches to software, and you need to find a way to manage this new environment.
Even though Nasdaq was fully aware that its trading systems would be bombarded by the Facebook IPO on Friday, it turned out the systems had trouble handling the volume, leaving Nasdaq embarrassed — and it could be one reason Facebook’s bankers were forced to prop up the stock at the end of the trading day.
A strange thing happened this week when a hacker went after WikiLeaks and Pirate Bay, sites once considered friendly. Could it be the sign of a split in the hacker community? And if it is, is any site safe from attack?
A recent survey found that a vast majority of companies don’t make decisions based on protecting IP rights, yet it seems the largest tech companies do — and that creates an atmosphere of uncertainty in the market.
Legacy systems present a whole set of problems when you are trying to implement new systems, and the way these older systems interact with the new ones, just might cause a performance issue.
We all know Big Data is in full hype mode right now, but the fact is that you can use data as a strategic advantage for your company, and you may want to get more comfortable with the tools out there help you make sense of it all.