Ceratinly, that is a key question. That Google, FB and Yahoo blew off the Stanford cyber security summit ceratinly is not a good sign that they will share with the Feds. And they probably have more cyber sec info than the rest of the F200 combined. Sharing has to be done, though. We are in uncharted waters with cyber crime and the hack that brings done the grid or takes over our drones could be catastrophic. Privacy is being redefined as I write this.
"a borderless enterprise, where there is a seamless user experience pushing heightened productivity and security." That's the ideal, anyway. There'll never be borderless companies just like they'll never be borderless countries.
President Obama made an impassioned plea at the Feb. 13 Cyber Security Summit for the private sector and the federal government to exchange cyber threat information. The idea is simple: teaming up is better than separately waging the war against cyber terrorism, spying and crime.
While CIOs and enterprises are "excited" about Big Data analytics and supporting technologies such as Hadoop, they lack the "skills and resources" and to pull them off, according to a new survey results from SnapLogic and TechValidate.
Our world is increasingly becoming digital, I’ve already discussed this often on this blog. Mobility, social, big data and cloud are coming together to form a new style of IT and disrupt the status quo. The way technology is consumed, delivered and paid for is changing fundamentally. Some call this a “tectonic shift”.
A couple days ago I was asked to prepare a presentation for a customer meeting. The subject, well simply put, what is the future of IT over the next 10 years. Unfortunately, I just finished the preparing the presentation using excellent material from my friend John Manley, when I heard the meeting was canceled. Well these things happen. But on the positive side, now I have material for one or a couple blog posts.
Every 5 years or so, the IT industry comes up with a new term to represent the industry/technology evolution. Do you remember mainframe, mini, client/server, DCE, object orientation, SOA, web services, cloud ….
Let’s continue our journey discussing the 5 use cases helping you embark on the journey to cloud. Use case 4 is probably one of the most interesting ones and directly responds to the pressure put on the CIO to try keeping IT under control.