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.
The overwhelming consensus is that AWS, Azure, and Google have won the cloud computing war. IBM, Accenture, and Deloitte have – as one anonymous user put it – “hit the cloud iceberg” and are taking on water fast.
With the substandard performance of Zoom, school districts and IT teams are exploring alternative secure distance learning video conference platforms that put security at the forefront of development.
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Rapid remote access deployments mean the number of endpoints has grown dramatically. Bringing endpoint and cloud security together might just help reduce this cybersecurity risk.
It might seem counterintuitive, but a crisis could just be the perfect time for a technology refresh. Find out the 5 signs now is the time to take on those long-term IT projects.
Gartner has updated its 2020 forecast and an IT spending drop is imminent – no surprise. Find out how CIOs are investing and the best cost optimization practices for IT today.
Almost half of all companies report an increase in cybersecurity attacks during the Covid-19 crisis. What’s more? 49% say a data breach is imminent.
Concerns over privacy with google classroom linger, despite its dominance in schools across the U.S.
While the ramifications of the coronavirus outbreak on workplace statistics have yet to be fully realized, the number of employees now working remotely has obviously grown enormously. What does this growth mean for remote network access and infrastructure demands?