Here’s a quick tutorial on what e-discovery is, what one looks like when it lands on your organization, and how to handle it.
The pandemic spurred all companies to move to the cloud. But that doesn’t mean the job is done. Here are some tips to make the move less torturous.
How can IT leaders cut costs when inflation spikes the price of everything? Here are some innovative ideas that might help with overstrained IT budgets — without giving up the very things they need to operate.
From the outermost edge of extreme networks to the center of the energy vortex, emerging technologies are set to permanently end cloud outages. Will they eventually eradicate the clouds, too?
One of the biggest IT challenges of the day remains how to make do with what you’ve got. At least you can take it up a level and learn from experience by your peers.
Cutting costs alone won’t save the company in times of economic crisis. So, what will?
The ability to handle intense pressure is just one of the skills that veterans bring to corporate cybersecurity work.
Low-code platforms come packed with promise, but how do they perform in the real world? Let’s take a look.
The pandemic changed everything. The resulting technology adaptations rode the change to ensure survival of consumers and businesses alike. Much of it is here to stay.
A lot of time, effort, and money has been spent on humanizing the digital experience. So how are we doing so far? Here’s a look at some of the shiniest and dullest examples along the way.
Citizen developers, as well as other business users, are reshaping businesses through the spread of shadow IT projects. Here’s how to harness that innovative energy and diminish the risks without locking everything down.
The cybersecurity market is red-hot. But with so many still-unfilled positions, companies may be more willing to bend or break some hiring rules.
Global supply chains are casualties in Putin’s doomed war, too. Economies worldwide are suffering from the blows. A major rethink in supply chain management could make a world of difference.
Given that IT is evolving faster than ever, if seasoned IT professionals wanted to guide their offspring in how to prepare for a career in IT now, what would they say?
The call to be data-driven was all the rage. But on the heels of staggering project fail rates, it appears that data is driving too many business efforts over a cliff. So, who or what should take the wheel now?
Sure, IT can master the metaverse. The question is where to start? Well, right here of course …
The Great Resignation strikes cybersecurity teams too. Here’s a checklist for CISOs to ensure security is retained even as security staff is not.
Many cybersecurity products claim to incorporate AI in some way, but in some cases, those claims aren’t completely accurate.
Almost every cybersecurity product claims to incorporate AI. Sometimes, though, that’s a mirage.
Almost every cybersecurity product has an AI component. Here is where it’s working in the real world.
Investors and venture capitalists share the reasons that make them turn away from investing in your security tech.
As if IT leaders didn’t already have it bad enough dealing with remote workforces, burgeoning security threats, and staff shortages. Here’s a look more challenges for this new year.
If your company has a data breach, customers are going to be unhappy … but there are many ways you make it so, so, so, much worse.
The pandemic continues to shape new technology and skills demands. Here’s a look at the skills most likely to shine and sizzle this year.
IT and business leaders can play a part in helping their organizations build a stronger cybersecurity culture. Here’s how.
It’s hard enough to fill a cybersecurity position given the talent shortage. But you may be making it harder with a poor job description that turns off would-be candidates.