Tag: data

IoT and Cyber Security: Measuring the Threats

The Internet of Things (IoT) has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, so much so that it’s estimated that IoT data output is around 2.5 quintillion bytes every day. That’s a lot of data, which means IoT and cyber security should be a top consideration. Small Openings Not…

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What’s Hot in Data and Analytics Trends This Year

We’re in an age of digital disruption. It’s disrupting some enterprises in a good way, but those who are less prepared aren’t realizing a very smooth transition. Stepping away from a siloed data analytics mindset and checking in to new data and analytics trends can be a great start to…

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Dispelling Three Common Cloud Myths

Enterprises are achieving new levels of innovation and productivity thanks to the benefits of cloud solutions. From reduced costs to increased agility and scalability, implementing cloud solutions allows companies to improve the customer experience and disrupt their business processes. Unfortunately, despite clear advantages to migration, cloud myths persist surrounding a…

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Utilizing the Edge for Connected Devices

The use of the Internet of Things (IoT) to create new levels of productivity and efficiency is exploding, particularly in healthcare settings. These connected devices can do everything from monitoring a patient’s heart rate to determining the perfect timing for adding a particular ingredient in a bread factory. While the…

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Securing Your Hybrid Cloud Environment

While the push to migrate to the cloud has not lost momentum, enterprises often find that a hybrid solution provides the right mix for incorporating on-site legacy systems with public and private cloud. This approach is highly customizable, but a hybrid cloud solution also tends to be more complex, and…

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Cloud Security Protections Keep Your Data Safe

Are you still wondering how safe cloud security solutions are? Cloud-based systems have taken off in just about every industry, leaving many to question the severity of risk factors regarding their private information. A little concern can be helpful in taking greater strides to keep prying eyes off sensitive data.

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The Perils of Failing to Prioritize Business Agility

You’ve known colleagues who are resistant to change. It’s the guy down the hall from your office who hates an organizational adjustment or seems to recoil at even the thought of a new software application or update. They may complain for days when holiday policy changes or when they are…

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The Impact of Digital Transformation on Operations

Digital transformation takes on its own definition at each enterprise where it is being implemented, but it generally means using technology to disrupt current business processes with the end goal of improving the customer experience. Its effects were first experienced in marketing, as print materials were quickly displaced by email…

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TLS 1.3 Approved Without Backdoor

IETF Approves TLS 1.3 as Internet Standard/ IETF members voted the protocol unanimously, even after members of the financial sector asked for the introduction of a backdoor in the protocol’s structure, so financial institutions could decrypt TLS 1.3 traffic inside internal networks. The proposal was laughed off…

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Six Key Steps to Include in Your Data Breach Planning

You may think you have done everything you possibly can to avoid a data breach, but then it happens. Are you prepared? If you aren’t, you could experience more than just losses related to revenue. A data breach could affect your organization’s reputation, particularly if client data is lost or…

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