Nearly a fifth of corporate IT budgets is going to security. And many IT decision-makers are expecting to spend even more in coming years. But according to a recent survey, they still don’t feel that’s enough to protect them from attacks.
Symantec recently made an announcement that sent chills down IT pros’ spines: It decided to shutter a cloud backup service.
How would you rate your company’s relationships with its IT vendors? If you’re like most of the respondents in this recent survey, they probably need some work.
Cloud security is becoming a big deal as more data and applications are being hosted by third-party providers. Unfortunately, many companies aren’t fully using their greatest weapon to help protect their information: cloud computing vendor contracts.
As cloud computing becomes more popular, it”s becoming harder for IT to separate the truth from the hype. In this post, guest author Daniel Clarke discusses some of the myths believed about cloud computing.
Despite the benefits of cloud computing, there are several factors which may give companies second thoughts about moving data and applications to the Cloud. In this guest post, Systems Analyst Vanessa Parks offers a list of the top factors to consider.
Cloud computing has a lot of benefits, but businesses must make sure data isn’t at risk when it’s put in the Cloud. In this guest post, network security expert Michael Wilcox describes some steps IT should take before implementing a cloud service – and some mistakes to avoid.