This blog was written by Victor Vásquez Cruz. Utilizar la nube para migrar servicios y reducir costos en infraestructura es uno de los mejores sucesos que le han ocurrido a las empresas en años recientes; sin embargo, los riesgos asociados con esta decisión pueden ser altos y están relacionados no sólo con la falta de ...
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This blog was written by Joakim Lialias. Pop quiz: what’s happening on July 14th, 2015? If you’ve been following along with this series, you’ll know it’s the impending End of Support (EOS) for Windows Server 2003. So far, we’ve covered two of the three migration options available to those still running Windows Server 2003: migrating ...
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This blog was written by Joakim Lialias. Still running a Windows Server 2003? You’ll want to read this. As you may or may not have heard, the end of life for Windows Server 2003 is now set for July 14th, 2015 – meaning after that date, it will no longer be supported by Microsoft. So, ...
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Enterprises today are fighting an uphill battle when it comes to security. While there is a proliferation of security management and reporting tools available, the lack of integration and visibility can add more complexity and snags rather than less. Working between multiple security systems diverts attention from other tasks in addition to costing money and ...
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According to a 2010 Verizon Business study, more than 90% of records breached involved a database, with over 87% based on exploits requiring significant technical skills. We need to take studies like this as an important lesson about security management. In our profession, it is always necessary to have the right tools for the right ...
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As soon as you contract with a cloud provider, you should be concerned not only with your IT security but the provider’s as well. If you’re a small or medium-sized business you may assume the provider’s security is superior to your own, and you might be right, but make sure you ask the right questions ...
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