According to a Reuter's report, Edward Snowden, the government surveillance whistle-blower and the guy who introduced big data to the public, wants to come home. If Snowden does come home, he'll find little has changed.
Two of the most prominent enterprise mobility models battling for acceptance are BYOD and COPE, also known as corporate-owned, personal-enabled. Has one of them triumphed already?
Federal government agencies have been revealed to be among the worst violators of good cyberdefense, despite all the rhetoric that comes out of Washington around bolstering IT security.
While Internet of Things is all abuzz nowadays in enterprises circles, there are some important obstacles to true IoT enterprise utilization, explained Kevin Curran, a professor of computer science at the University of Ulster and IEEE senior members.
The top news stories for Feb. 27, 2015.
A new study reveals that a lack of resources and a critical disconnect between CISOs and senior corporate leadership are preventing many organizations from properly addressing growing cybersecurity threats.
The top news stories for Feb. 25, 2015.
More than anything else, issues related to IT security are what keep CIOs up at night. But adding to the anxiety my be concerns that many CIOs themselves are not doing enough to put up a best defense.
The top news stories for Feb. 24, 2015.
While many enterprises see BYOD programs as a money saver, to be successful, a mobility program, whether BYOD or corporate-owned, needs substantial capital investment, argued tech writer Kapila Gidwani in a CloudTweaks article.