Our 2014 survey shows less focus on hardware, more on securing the information residing on devices - a strategy that makes data classification a cornerstone of mobile security. In this report, we'll zero in on how government IT pros manage mobility.
The Presidential Executive Order from February established a framework and clear set of security standards to be applied across critical infrastructure. Now the real work begins
Considering trusting a managed security services provider to be vigilant about your company’s well-being? Here’s how to successfully evaluate, select, and manage a hired security gun.
Here’s a step-by-step plan to mesh IT goals with business and customer objectives and, critically, measure your initiatives to ensure the business is successful.
Federal agencies embraced “Cloud First” faster than many expected. But early adopters are now hitting challenges. Here’s how to move beyond obstacles and reach maturity.
Mobile, cloud, and BYOD blur the lines between work and home, forcing IT to envision a new identity and access management strategy.
Every shop says it uses an Agile development process, but almost none really does. Here are the three reasons why, and steps to get back on track.
Overlay networks are built on top of physical networks to enable more flexible and scalable datacenters. Get insight into the protocols and technology that underpin overlay networks, including tunneling, network agents, and controllers. This report also explains how physical and overlay networks are integrated.
Emerging standards for hybrid clouds and converged datacenters promise to break vendors' proprietary hold.
Employees want to work on personal smartphones and tablets. Can container technology protect sensitive data while they do so — without being so kludgy that users bypass it?
Let’s face it, when unified communications deployments stall, it’s often not that employees don’t want UC. It’s because IT doesn’t trust the network to support it, and there’s no budget to make fixes. So what now?