As long as businesses keep telling themselves their security is “good enough”, they’ll be open to socially engineered attacks.
What are the data dramas that plague a CIO and what should UK businesses be looking for when choosing a data centre partner to keep such woes at bay?
The demands of facilitating a secure continuous service delivery pipeline can often mean that DevSecOps is required to build, test, integrate and deploy several new releases a day.
Agile is now a recognised practice of iterative small improvement across the business. Think of the possibilities if automation could be applied across other parts of businesses.
Over half of all tech pros surveyed spend less than 25 per cent of their time on proactive optimisation of their environments. But, what if that wasn’t the case?
IT systems’ uptime and optimum functionality are of critical significance, given the dependency of organisations on computing devices for end-to-end operations. Explore the top five ways using which enterprise IT teams can maximise device availability and reduce instances of unforeseen failure in corporate systems.
As established technology manufacturers compete against smaller, yet more agile, counterparts, who will win convergence 4.0?
Global head of Atos AI Lab, Robin Zondag, explains why he believes this approach to developing tailored AI solutions marks it out from the crowd.
Neil Harvey, CTO at Kirona, discusses how employee-buy in can motivate workforces and drive successful digital transformation projects.
Rodrigue Zbinden, CEO at Morphean, discusses the security and intelligence benefits of Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS).
The current security model is broken and is currently too complex. It’s time to strip back network security and focus on the data
Despite the obvious benefits that AI can bring, there is real concern that the technology poses a threat to job roles such as HR managers.
Energy conscious companies are heavily investing in development of these centres for regaining cooling and power capacities, thereby providing impetus to green data centre industry share.
Mid-sized businesses tend to put most of their security eggs in the network-based solutions basket. These solutions are focused on preventative measures, when zero-day attacks—by definition—take advantage of unknown vulnerabilities.