Access and Feeds

Blog

Internet of Things (IoT) and Security: Increasingly Complex Device Connectivity Means that Security Strategies Need to be More Adaptive and Scalable

By Dick Weisinger

Protecting your computer from malware and viruses has been hard, but as technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT) gain popularity and as computers are increasingly embedded into everything from clothing to refrigerators, the world of cybersecurity is becoming much

Data Centers: Specifying Lego-Like Components for Building Data Centers

By Dick Weisinger

Another tech infrastructure consortium has banded together to form the Open19 Foundation.  The goal of the group is to develop a standard for servers that will work in all kinds of data centers. Members of the group include LinkedIn, HPE,

Internet: July 12th — Save Net Neutrality Day

By Dick Weisinger

The FCC has proposed to rewrite the current policy of net neutrality.  They are accepting comments on their proposal through August 18th. Supporters of Net Neutrality have declared today that today, July 12th, as Net Neutrality Day and are encouraging people to

Business IT: Business Units Up Their Role in Technology Decisions

By Dick Weisinger

Increasingly business units other than IT are playing a bigger role in the purchasing of technology and services. Finance, sales and marketing, engineering, and logistics now often independently procure IT services. A report by CompTIA found that 45 percent of

Security: Nearly Half of SharePoint Installations Experience Data Breaches

By Dick Weisinger

Organizations using SharePoint and File Sharing Tools often face problems trying to control sensitive data, according to a recent survey/report by Metalogix and the Ponemon Institute. The report found that: 49 percent of respondents reported a data breach in their