Healthcare has been a prime target of cybersecurity attacks but other types of smaller organizations are also in harm’s way.
Archives for February 2022
Since the cloud is nothing more than a rented data center that someone else owns, cloud computing itself can’t be much greener than any other data center technology.
After years of laying the foundation for the rollout of 5G and network cloudification, we are now seeing tremendous possibilities for how consumers and organizations will interact with technology for work, play, and connecting with communities. Around the world and across industries, 5G, augmented and virtual reality, AI, IoT, and edge computing are creating opportunities […]
Businesses that did not replace 3G equipment due the impact of COVID, supply chain issues, and worker shortages saw the impact this week as 3G sunsetting began.
In 2020, the Department of Defense created a data management vision that any enterprise would do well to emulate.
CIOs can now find high-performance computing equipment, six-figure cost savings, warranties, support contracts, sustainability, and an answer to supply shortages. But will reused IT gear catch on?
Deeper pushes to modernize and deploy fast shows how automation is increasingly part of software deployment.
When your solution is operating at cloud speed and scale you need to be able to spot problems as they arise (ideally before they impact the customer), respond quickly and resolve them as quickly as possible. If you are building and have cloud-native applications in form of microservices, serverless, and container technologies, tracing an event […]
Cyber insurers are rejecting claims for damages caused by acts of cyberwar, which begs the question: what is “cyberwar”? As Russian-Ukrainian conflict reaches a fever pitch, CIOs and CISOs need an answer.
Good IT staffers are hard to find and retain. Here’s how you can keep them from fleeing your team.