Sergey Nivens - Fotolia
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Critical IT events are an inevitability for any organisation. However, new Quocirca research shows that effective operational intelligence can reduce their impact and cost.
Problematic events happen and organisations need to be able to cope when things go wrong. Business resilience has always required organisations to consider many diverse elements - premises, people, ...
Many organisations are having to rethink network security to support Internet of Things (IoT) deployments. This includes being ability to continuously monitor devices attaching to networks and ...
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Red Hat has become a major provider of infrastructure software and tools and faces the same challenges as any technology vendor with a broad product portfolio. However, it remains loyal to the open ...
The theft of the email addresses and other account details of 500 million Yahoo users is a golden opportunity for cyber-criminals working with bad-bots.
The addition of a risk engine to Nok Nok’s FIDO-driven Authentication Server further strengthens the way web service providers can authenticate the consumers they transact with.
Digital rights management is evolving in response to the rise of cloud services, the diversification of user end-points and increasing cyber-threats. New products are emerging to overcome the ...
Hitachi has decided to pull together skills and capabilities across its divisions in order to provide a comprehensive IoT strategy. Called Lumada, can this have the impact that Hitachi want it to - ...
The term ‘smart’ suggests that a product helps the user solve an everyday problem. However, solutions to problems mostly require a number of different man-machine systems to interact. they must ...