It’s essential to have the right IT backup and disaster recovery (DR) systems in place if you want to safeguard your company’s digital assets.
It used to be we worried that we might not be able to prepare our children to do jobs that hadn’t yet been invented. Now that seems like a nice problem to have compared to the alternatives: no jobs for our children to do because the robots will be taking over.
Network security offerings clearly haven't fixed the endpoint security challenge. The problems come on multiple fronts, which calls for a blended solution.
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Yahoo!’s disclosure that hackers might have vacuumed up the passwords of as many as half a billion users lit the floodlights on two gaping issues in IT:
Manufacturers must have computer systems that work. When talking about making systems that keep working, we often talk about "hardening" the system, but that can be misleading. Some things are hard but brittle, in that they can resist light pressure but shatter under a hard shock. What you really want are systems that are resilient—able to absorb shocks and bounce back without breaking. That sounds good, but how do you translate “resilient” into an operational computer system?