How to COPE with BYOD in 2014

Tech experts predict BYOD will take a new turn in 2014, and it might be the answer for companies hesitant to adopt the practice. Company owned, personally enabled (COPE) devices are a hybrid of sorts; COPE takes an approach that …read more

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Healthcare and the cloud: Balancing security with accessibility

A new study at MarketsandMarkets published that the healthcare industry will invest $5.4 billion in cloud computing by 2017. The healthcare sector is seeing huge benefits from utilizing the cloud. Doctors, clinics, and hospitals can access information quickly in the …read more

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Lack of workers who speak “tech” and “business” is slowing SDN’s growth

New research from Logicalis shows that SDN’s rapid maturation may be threatened by a lack of “business translation” skills in the workplace today. A qualitative study carried out by Logicalis Service Management Consulting (SMC), a leader in European IT Service Management (ITSM), …read more

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BYOD can add up to 32 hours per employee every month

BYOD use among enterprise employees appears to be growing, according to a recent Gartner survey, but some organizations still have yet to jump on board the mobile computing bandwagon. Some telling stats from the survey: If run at its optimal capacity, …read more

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7 data security trends for 2014

Data thieves are diversifying their methods of attempting to steal sensitive information, says a new report from Trustwave. The research, gathered from 691 data breach investigations from 2013, shows that cybercriminals are increasingly targeting sensitive and confidential information in a …read more

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