Reducing risk to an acceptable level without slowing down the speed of business is the mandate for IT security teams today.
Like Walter White’s car wash or Tony Soprano’s waste management business, cloud computing is now such a common, everyday type of business that criminals feel OK using it as a front for their nefarious dealings.
Last week, I traveled to Orlando to attend Interactions 2018. This post reveals several takeaways from discussions with company executives and customers at the event.
Application problems are increasingly difficult to diagnose in today’s cloud and mobile environments. Combat slow mobile and cloud apps through better visibility from the end-user/device perspective.
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In order to enjoy the Chinese market’s great potential, there are significant hurdles to clear.
As we enter the era of cloud and Industry 4.0, Aberdeen’s findings around MOM/MES seem clear, but as always, “the devil is in the details.”
The skills that data center professionals must have are changing rapidly. Those who embrace this development and learn new skills will be rewarded. Those who don’t will be left behind.
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For modern businesses, the classic hub and spoke WAN doesn’t make sense when they rely heavily on SaaS and cloud applications. An SD WAN-based approach is often the best strategy.