Today every sector, every industry is affected by technology changes. Technology is getting more accessible and affordable for everyone. Technology lifecycles are getting faster, and disruptive innovation is becoming easier and cheaper.
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It can’t stop every breach, but it can spare people from subjecting selfies to the same security barriers as mobile wallets, writes Dror Nadler of Cellrox.
In the age of big data, bring-your-own-devices and internet-connected supply chains, cybercrime is big business; and cyber security has never been higher on the C-suite agenda. Here are three steps CIOs can take in this environment.
Rather than reacting ad hoc or cobbling together different tools that don’t ‘talk’ to each other, enterprises should look at systems that cover the entire end-to-end customer lifecycle.
Consumer cloud services evolve so fast that they create expectations unmatched by business services. Is the 'business class' cloud appearing on the horizon? Or is it something that enterprise customers and ICT should create together?
Data size is not the issue. What is critically significant is the data that sits internally in all law firms, such as emails and documents, that can be mined within the confines of a law firm’s current data structure.
Make cybersecurity one of your top resolutions for 2014 - and stick to it, writes Anu Nayar, head of security, privacy and resilience at Deloitte NZ
As we move further into the information age, data is increasingly recognised as a precious asset requiring layers of protection and increasingly bound by legislation. Patents, copyright, intellectual property legislation and growing issues around “sensitive data” mean that the transmission of such data could become as risky as the smuggling of gold or diamonds. How can cloud computing thrive in such an environment?
Regardless of industry or organisation, the unstoppable forces of change will impact how IT services are operated and delivered. Organisations that choose to remain static will see their carefully crafted castles eventually crumble into a pile of sand.