IT pros still have email security concerns

While everyone waits patiently for email’s replacement technology, IT pros don’t have the luxury of looking forward. They’re still worried about how they’ll secure the ubiquitous technology so that it’s (relatively) safe to use.

Public cloud adoption: Challenges and best practices

It was once thought the only safe cloud option for businesses was a private or hybrid cloud model. But that’s no longer the case, according to a new survey. It finds that most organizations use at least some public cloud services, but that challenges abound.

Cloud costs staying steady: What it means for you

The era of cheaper and cheaper cloud services may be coming to an end, but for the time being most companies aren’t seeing their rates climb.

Companies have more options when it comes to Windows apps

A new move by Microsoft opens up businesses to many more developers and apps. Here’s what you need to know.

Are third-parties putting your organization at risk?

It can be hard enough to manage your own security, but most companies have at least one partner that could be introducing security risks into the organization.

Study sees no rise in zero-days for 2015

It’s rare to find much good news when it comes to vulnerabilities, but if you’re looking for a silver lining, this could qualify.

In Apple v. the government, most IT pros side with Apple

Two-thirds of information technology professionals are on Apple’s side in an ongoing dispute over whether encryption should be broken to aid in law enforcement. 

How the cloud is being used by companies now (and what’s next)

More than 90% 0f organizations are using at least one cloud app. But to what extent they’re on board and how they’re using it may surprise you. Find out what your colleagues are facing and where they’re going with the cloud next. 

What does the future hold for cloud security? Experts weigh in

This year could very well be the tipping point for moving to the cloud, if it hasn’t occurred already. But will the advances in adoption also bring advances in security, too? 

Dell’s (entirely foreseeable) security mistake

Dude, you’re getting hacked. Dell is catching heat for a program designed to make remote-support of its users much easier that in fact made hackers’ jobs a whole lot easier, too.