Has Cybersecurity Become Too Reactive?

John Davis, CSO of Palo Alto Networks' federal division, suggested that too many firms have given in to the hackers by resigning themselves to this reactionary approach. "Some of our industry has given up on the ability to prevent and is focused primarily on detection and response, which means, with a mindset like that, it means you're always involved in cleaning up aisle nine, as some people like to say..."

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Stephane Manos, VP, Valsoft, Discusses SaaS and Venture Capital Trends

By Jennifer Klostermann | June 22, 2016

 SaaS and Venture Capital Trends Montreal is a city with a fast-growing tech sector, the high-quality but low-cost education system drawing and producing a rich assortment of talent. Already boasting a host of popular startup forums, the city’s robust infrastructure…

Hybrid IT Matures Just In Time To Tackle Complex Challenges

By Jeremy Daniel | May 26, 2016

Tackling Complex IT Challenges Today’s sophisticated business environment demands a dynamic and robust IT infrastructure which is a far cry from the closed, controlled environments that most IT departments were created to handle. A hybrid IT infrastructure, drawing services from…

The Benefits of Cloud-Based Phone Systems

By Jennifer Klostermann | May 16, 2016

Cloud-Based Phone Systems Although today’s businesses rely on a host of modern technology, the century-old telephone call is as essential as ever. Of course, businesses today aren’t relying on simple analog voice calls for effective interaction with partners, suppliers, colleagues,…

Working With Cloud White Label Partners

By Jennifer Klostermann | April 14, 2016

Cloud White Label Services Sponsored by CloudMGR The benefits of consolidating your cloud to one of the giants such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud are improving as competition increases, with pricing wars between the service providers meaning better…

The Ripple Effect Of Outages And Downtime Cannot Be Underestimated

By Jeremy Daniel | April 13, 2016

Outages and Downtime CDN Performance Series Provided By Dyn The Internet is the front door to commerce in today’s always-on, global environment. An Internet Performance issue such as an outage, or severe lack of functionality from an online presence sets…

New Smartphones From Apple, Samsung and HTC Promise To Light Up 2016

By Jeremy Daniel | April 8, 2016

New Smartphones from Apple, Samsung and HTC (Sponsored post courtesy of Verizon Wireless) The launch of the Galaxy S7 Edge at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona during February was the first shot in a vintage year for mobile phones. The S7…

How Successful Businesses Ensure Quality Team Communication

By Jennifer Klostermann | April 7, 2016

Quality Team Communication  (Sponsored post courtesy of Hubgets) Successful team communication and collaboration are as vital to project and overall business success as the quality of products and services an organization develops. We rely on a host of business tools to…

How To Develop A Business Continuity Plan Using Internet Performance Management

By Jeremy Daniel | March 16, 2016

Internet Performance Management Planning CDN Performance Series Provided By Dyn In our previous post, we laid out the problems of business continuity and Internet Performance Management in today’s online environment.  In this article, we will take a look at some…

Optimizing Digital Marketing Through Accessibility & Aesthetics

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 15, 2016

Optimizing Digital Marketing In The Cloud Marketers are constantly looking for better ways to tantalize and engage customers, and there’s no space more competitive than the digital universe. Deliberating over pleasing layouts, effective calls to action, site responsiveness, and much…

IoT: Connected Manufacturing Leads To Service as a Product

By Steve Prentice | March 9, 2016

Connected Manufacturing A car is driven back to its home garage for the night, and its data port is plugged in. Then, some exciting things happen. First off, the car sends diagnostic information back to the manufacturer to cross-check against…

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