Managed IT services, cloud computing and workplace issues were among the topics IT managers spent the most time discussing in 2011.
IT execs in most companies are turning more of their attention to the cloud – and trying to figure out how to take advantage of its opportunities while avoiding the serious risks.
Even as cyber-attacks become more frequent and sophisticated, there are several steps every IT department can take to reduce the risk for their organization. The problem: Most of them fail to take those precautions.
Though many IT managers are concerned about the security risks of putting corporate data in the hands of a cloud vendor, here’s one group that isn’t worried:
Considering turning to the cloud to solve your business’s storage issues? Here are some reasons you should – and why you should stay away.
Security is one of IT’s biggest concerns when considering a move to the cloud. But a new survey reveals some distressing news: Most vendors don’t care about keeping data secure.
While some research has shown IT people may be reluctant to move to the cloud, that doesn’t appear to be the case at small and mid-sized businesses.
At the end of last month, Amazon’s EC2 cloud went down temporarily.
Cloud storage is gaining popularity among cash-strapped IT departments. But what are companies using it for?
Despite some trepidation about the security ramifications of keeping applications and data outside of the company’s premises, IT managers expect they’ll be heavily invested in cloud computing soon.