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How Enterprises Are Attacking the IT Security Challenge

How Enterprises Are Attacking the IT Security Challenge

When it comes to security products 60% of survey respondents said firewalls are the most valuable. Endpoint protection and email filtering also received high marks from 36% and 32%, respectively. But as cloud services, mobile technology, and other emerging technologies play a greater role in IT, the enterprise security picture is slowly shifting forward. Dark Reading’s second Strategic Security Report takes a look at this and more.

2015 App Dev Priorities Survey

2015 App Dev Priorities Survey

More than 500 respondents weighed in on their plans for DevOps, Agile, APIs, automation, and more. While traditional languages slide, newer options are filling the gaps. Meanwhile, everything from project management to automated deployment is happening more in the cloud. It's an exciting time - but could we be moving too fast?

State of Cloud Survey

State of Cloud Survey

Steps to take this year: Choose providers with an eye to standards. Think hard about hybrid. Do not ignore Docker. Don't trust, verify security and performance. Find DevOps disciples and let them drive cloud strategy.

Time to Reconsider Enterprise Email Strategy

Time to Reconsider Enterprise Email Strategy

As we pull out of a difficult time in our nation's financial history, government agencies struggle to meet information technology demands. Agencies must focus on the cloud and a strong information governance program to avoid the sort of attention recently focused on the IRS.

SaaS as Innovation Driver

SaaS as Innovation Driver

If you think of software-as-a-service as just a way to outsource CRM or HR systems, you're being too tactical. Our new survey shows IT's ready to focus more on business innovation, less on infrastructure operations. Here's how to make that happen.

2014 Hybrid Cloud Survey

2014 Hybrid Cloud Survey

Mixing public and private can deliver the best of both cloud worlds. But you'll need to consider potential snafus, decide which workloads to run on which type of cloud, and address ­security issues up front.