A tech roadmap, while an important strategic tool for IT leaders, is often delayed. Managed services, and the conversations it elicits, help keep your tech roadmap on schedule.
It wasn’t a cyber attack; major cloud platform provider quickly reported downtime as a result of a simple, but costly, typo. Here’s the Cloudflare outage – distilled.
While you can never completely prevent a data breach, here are the fundamental steps you can take to mitigate risk and protect mission-critical assets.
In August of 2019, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed two new federal laws – Kari’s Law and the Ray Baum’s Act. How do these changes impact your business?
The Jobs Report and hard data on tech sector layoffs leaves little to the imagination as to the fate of the economy. So why are IT tech leaders optimistic?
Technology is always changing and so is the world around it.
For many, the idea of “return to normal” has evaporated. In fact, the narrative has shifted to explore an emerging “new normal”. What that new normal is – and when it will arrive – remains to be seen.
What are the 7 layers of security – and have they changed? Or is there a new way to frame cybersecurity practices focused on mission critical assets?
Uncertainty around the upcoming school year is leaving education and IT leaders seeking improved blended learning solutions – for virtual and distance learning. Office 365 for Education takes the same applications found in the standard office suite and positions them in the cloud.
Disaster recovery plan rewrites are in full-swing as CIOs and IT leaders uncover how COVID-19 and business continuity inform proactive planning.
In 2013, Kari Dunn was killed by her estranged husband in a Texas hotel room. Her death sparked legislation – Kari’s Law – to make direct dial of 911 a Federal mandate.