Are Your Employees' Gaming Passwords Putting Your Enterprise at Risk?

So we learned last week that hackers successfully broke into one of Electronic Arts' systems, accessing a slew of users’ personal information, including email and mailing addresses, phone numbers and birth dates. The breach raises concerns about password security in the enterprise, especially as the consumerization of IT sees employees bringing…

Cloud Security: In the news...again?

Dropbox’s password breach last weekend and the initial word that it left its 25 million users exposed and caused quite a lot of great conversations around cloud security. And for good reason, especially given consumers’ expectation of security with the data they entrust to the service. But while Dropbox is predominantly a consumer application, the…

Cloud: Death of the PC…Birth of Identity!

Richard Waters and Chris Nattal over at The Financial Times just wrote a nice article entitled Cloud threatens to end PC’s reign looking at the impact cloud services adoption is having on the PC. They do a great job pointing out that in this “post-PC” era, sales of PCs are still at 400m units annually and growing, but at the same time we are…

We just keep going and going and going

Interesting post from on the cloud downtime dilemma from Software Advice. It cites a Radicati Group study, which found that among popular on-premise email systems, there was an average of 30-60 minutes of unscheduled downtime per month, in addition to the 36-90 minutes of scheduled downtime – so between 66-120 minutes of total downtime per month…

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