Reviews of organisational security can be viewed in many positive ways, but all too often with trepidation or resignation. The rise of phishing, where spoof, but increasingly credible, messages try to obtain sensitive information, is a particularly troublesome challenge. It exploits one of the weakest links in digital security, people, to get them to click on something they should not.
The ‘hybrid cloud’ that most organisations will end up with is not just about effectively merging private and public cloud. Existing, more physically implemented workloads must also be included.
A hodgepodge of wide area network connections could be the downfall of any hybrid cloud implementation.
With the launch of Microsoft Azure Stack, the use of colocation facilities with access to ExpressRoute and effective internal fabric networks, organisations can gain the benefits of a highly effective hybrid cloud platform.
This is the third in a series of articles exploring the challenges and opportunities facing the audio visual (AV) industry, which has its annual European flagship event, ISE2018, in February. This article looks at how innovative and immersive technologies can improve the user experience.
Are you fed up with vendor scare-mongering about the challenge of complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the huge fines heading your way? UK-based organisations may be better off looking at the precedents set by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the body with responsibility for enforcing data protection in the UK. How the ICO has enforced the existing Data Protection Act (DPA) may provide guidance for the future.