A landmark court ruling came down this week with far-reaching implications for businesses. What it means for you: If you’re not doing enough to protect customer data, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) can sue for deceptive business practices.
It’s not pessimism if you’re just being realistic. Nearly three-quarters of IT pros think they’ll be breached within the next 12 months, and they have good reasons for thinking so.
A lot has been made of so-called “shadow IT” in the last few years, but what does it actually look like to the average company? A new study shows that there’s plenty of money to go around for tech … but IT has its work cut out for it if it wants to control the spending.
New rules from the Department of Labor (DOL) could have a big impact on how IT employees are paid overtime – and the bottom line. And before you think, “No one in my department gets paid overtime,” know this: They soon may have to.
It sometimes seems like part of IT’s job description is “Deliver the impossible on a regular basis (under budget, too). Execs know what they want – or think they do – but aren’t always concerned with the logistics behind it.