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Data security is a hole that can be filled in 2019

2018 may be consigned to the record books but the omnipresent specter of data security breaches is unlikely to diminish in the new year.

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Why Digital Transformation Is More Than A Buzzword

Companies that don’t update their legacy applications could find that they are inadvertently putting up internal IT roadblocks to digital transformation.

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Why IT modernization should be a focus in 2019

The public sector is unlikely to top anybody’s list when it comes to being a beacon for digital transformation, but a recently released survey suggests that the federal government has renewed its focus on IT modernization.

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3 things about ransomware that you should know

Ransomware poses a major threat to companies. 

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Report reveals problematic Java development strategies

Java Magazine and Synk released a report in October 2018 that revealed some of the foundational issues that make Java such an unreliable digital dialect.

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Enterprises Must Focus on Security as They Shift to the Cloud

As organizations make the switch from on-premises equipment to virtual servers, many executives are struggling to address internal security threats as they embrace new technology.

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Private vs. public vs. hybrid cloud infrastructure

Making the right decision on the cloud means you’ll need information. 

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Why social engineering is a huge threat to your company

Are you ready for a social engineering attack? 

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Leveraging Data Collection Devices for Remote Health Care

Health care organizations will have to reconcile the ease of use and high value of data collection devices for remotely delivered health care with the cost of upgrading systems to protect patient information and comply with government regulations.

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Meeting the Challenge Of Transitioning to the Cloud

Moving sensitive enterprise data to the cloud works in much the same way as transporting fragile china to a new dwelling – but with even greater ramifications if something were to go wrong.

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