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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.

Research: 2014 State of Storage

Research: 2014 State of Storage

Data stores are big, with 83% reporting 10% or better annual growth; 27% are wrangling 25% or more yearly increases. The main culprit: Enterprise databases and data warehouses. Yet money’s still tight, with 25% saying they lack the budget to meet demand, never mind optimize for performance and capacity.

 

Research: 2014 State of Storage

Research: 2014 State of Storage

Data stores are big, with 83% reporting 10% or better annual growth; 27% are wrangling 25% or more yearly increases. The main culprit: Enterprise databases and data warehouses. Yet money’s still tight, with 25% saying they lack the budget to meet demand, never mind optimize for performance and capacity.

 

Cloud, Mobility Demand Better IAM

Cloud, Mobility Demand Better IAM

 

Maintaining the security of a traditional “worker bee” model — logging in to an in-office, network-connected PC via Active Directory and accessing on-premises applications and local server resources — while taking advantage of cloud and mobility isn’t easy. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try. 

 

Research: 2014 DevOps Survey

Research: 2014 DevOps Survey

Only 21% of companies have implemented DevOps, with another 21% planning to within a year. But getting good ­results is tough: 31% see or expect significantly improved infrastructure stability from DevOps vs. 51% citing only some improvement.