The IoT is that it is a massively insecure undertaken with literally countless opportunities for crackers to mount disabling attacks. More >
Experience shows that organizations that manage GRC as an integrated program — involving people, processes and technologies — are more successful in delivering value to their organizations More >
There is one development that is truly poised to upend the enterprise infrastructure industry as we know it: the software-defined data center. More >
This table outlines the top needs of each stakeholder group that can help guide your conversations on priorities and needs for the GRC program. More >
The two companies collaborated to standardize everything from application programming interfaces (APIs) to single sign-on capabilities. More >
The Intel Atom processor E3900 series employs 14-nanometer silicon to push processing horsepower out to the very edge of distributed IoT environments. More >
Digital subscriber line (DSL) technology has been on the endangered species list for years.More >
The past few years have made one thing certain: Networks on occasion will be called upon to do more than normal.More >
Ensuring that networks are operating at peak efficiency has never been more important or more complex. A new layer of management — network packet brokers — is emerging to drive efficiencies in monitoring. Andy Huckridge tells IT Business Edge blogger Carl Weinschenk that the approach enables packets to be sent only to the appropriate tools and that measurements over the entire path — not just one network within that path — can be made.More >
Digital innovation is by far the biggest influencer, changing the way we do just about everything, from shopping to communication to running a business.
We are basically seeing a fight, not so much between two companies, Dell EMC and HPE, but two very different concepts.
The real value that the Internet of Things brings is at the intersection of gathering data and leveraging it.
It's easy to forget about the ghosts of servers past that are hiding in the background, continuing to consume electricity and potentially exposing organizations to malicious attacks.More >