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The Role of IT Security In Public Safety And Health Care: Part 3 – Current Challenges

Fortunately, governments and health companies recognize the need for IT security in defending their data. The problem? Many agencies are falling behind private industry and exposing themselves to undue risk. According to Recode, reporting on…

The Role of IT Security In Public Safety And Health Care: Part 2 – Real Risks

Government agencies and health providers are often seen as inherently secure: After all, they didn’t engender public trust overnight, but were compelled to earn it over time by demonstrating the ability to protect information and…

The Role of IT Security In Public Safety And Health Care: Part 1

It’s easy to think of IT security as the province of private industry. With intellectual property, business strategy documents and personally identifiable information (PII) now stored internally and on the cloud, it’s no surprise that…

UC Over Public Internet: Making the Right Choice

Communication Unified communications (UC) is on a roll — according to Digital Journal, the market should be worth over $61 billion by 2018. It’s no surprise; as businesses look for ways to connect in-office, remote…

Migrating Your Call Center to the Cloud

By | May 10, 2016 | Cloud, Industry Trends | [ 0 ]
On premises or in the cloud? It’s a question all companies struggle with: Should they invest more into local solutions or move critical infrastructure off-site? Many services, for example data analytics and storage, have quickly…

Information Security: Rapid Detection and Response

The Basis for an Information Security Shift:  Previously I wrote about the shift in the Information Security landscape away from a static, reactive discipline to one focused on speed and accuracy. Let’s take a deeper…

Three Reasons Why IaaS is the Best Infrastructure Option Around

In this wild world of enterprise technology, so much of the glam gets devoted to new gadgets and software rather than the underlying infrastructure that everything runs on. Evidence of this assertion can be found…