Last week, we tackled shadow IT in the #CIOchat and everyone agreed it's not going away anytime soon. This was the topic for our #CIOchat hour, which is every Thursday 2-3 p.m. ET.
If participation is any indication, shadow IT is of big interest to CIOs and IT personnel. We broke all records for participation and Tweets, 61 and 404 respectively! That's a lot of Tweets to wade through to find patterns and trends. So I took a different tack with this week's #CIOchat .
Hackers can be interested in money and espionage and sabotage. One needs money to spy and blow things up. However, I've never read that state-sponsored hacktivism in China has been about stealing money -- just copyrights, IP, intelligence and sensitive data.
I think what the merchant thinks is good is no more credit card fees, hence what CVS and Rite Aid are after with CurrentC and why they backed away from Apple Pay. No credit card fees can be good for consumers in the form of lower prices.
is it to transition 350 of a planned 1,000+ employees to an efficient, agile,
responsive, secure, mobile, recoverable virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)? One that can be customized for individual end
users, and managed centrally by a state government agency with limited
financial and labor resources?