With all of the data breaches making headlines today - like the Canada Revenue Agency's loss of 900 Social Insurance Numbers due to Heartbleed this week - it's becoming clearer than ever that businesses and organizations need to closely guard their data. One of the easiest ways to do that?
Check Point Software has release three security products for data centres to improve enterprise security. They are the 6U-sized 4100 firewall/IPS Security System, new versions of it Smart-1 Appliances, which enable organizations to consolidate security policy, log, and event management1 devices that analyzes data logs; and the newly-named Next Generation SmartEvent software blades,
For some organizations, start-ups in particular, cloud computing will be the only IT game in town. Given the choice between acquiring, installing and operating a data centre full of equipment and buying public services on a consumption basis, the choice would be very clear. This choice, however, is not as
CIOs might be getting sick of the word “disruption,” but Ian Cox has decided to co-opt it instead. Cox is the author of Disrupt IT – a radical transformation of IT, which draws upon his own experience as a chief information officer and a consultant in the U.K. CanadianCIO recently