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?
There's many a slip between identifying a business requirement and delivering a solution to that need. Businesses and researchers have generated abundant evidence that a huge proportion of IT project management efforts are badly managed, deliver sub-par results and wind up wasting plenty of money, time and resources. That less-than-pretty
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