The cliché of “change is the only constant” is true for most enterprises. Customers, business analysts, and employees all expect some sort of evolution, even if it is with varying degrees of enthusiasm.
If confidential information didn’t exist, you wouldn’t have to worry about data breaches.
Now that so many people and enterprises have rushed headlong into mobile, cloud, or both, it’s time to take a step back and consider your security posture relating to these two items.
What does a perfect storm make you think of – natural catastrophes, perhaps, like the one portrayed in the film “The Perfect Storm”, the risks confronting the Korean economy, or simply a situation you would rather avoid in the interests of business continuity?
IT service management is sometimes described as a customer-focused approach to making information technology available.
According to certain industry analysts and software vendors, we are now midway between a stage 10 years ago when few applications used machine learning, and a stage 10 years into the future when apparently, most applications will function with it.