Category Archives: BYOD

The chatbot revolution continues

Chatbots allow businesses of all sizes to expand and enrich their online customer service processes without increasing their recruitment or training needs.

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Why businesses must address physical data security

Here are some of those physical data security best practices and methodologies for proper deployment.

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Cisco: Cybercriminals are becoming more evasive and sophisticated

As organizations innovate, they must be aware of changing security factors and adjust their defenses accordingly.

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Understanding the state of enterprise digitization

Enthusiasm for web-backed workflows clearly continues to flourish, but how are organizations participating in this technological revolution incorporating cutting-edge products and services into their operations?

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Verizon report: Botnets pose big problems for businesses

The researchers at Verizon touched on an ascendant black hat tool poised to cause major disruption in an online era dominated by internet of things and cryptocurrency technology: the botnet.

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Strategies for bolstering enterprise application security

Businesses must carefully address application security and ensure that the mobile portals that live on employee smartphones can keep both personal and work-related data out of the hands of hackers.

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Strategies for addressing the legal risks of IoT implementation

The increased complexity of IoT workflows can not only lead to everyday productivity problems but also leave businesses vulnerable legally.

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Keys to achieving GDPR compliance

Here are some of the essential data management aspects IT teams must address to meet GDPR compliance standards and avoid considerable fines.

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Report: IT stakeholders doing little to address IoT cyberattacks

It appears that the information technology stakeholders responsible for protecting enterprise IoT setups are not prepared for such work, especially where it concerns mitigating third-party risk.

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3 implementation mistakes cloud adopters should avoid

Here four of those cloud implementation perils and how companies embarking on the adoption journey can avoid them.

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