Successful organizations understand that training content is intellectual property and it is critical to design and implement a strategy that secures it. Whether that’s establishing a data loss prevention strategy that identifies, tracks and prevents unauthorized access to confidential data or creating a BYOD policy, there needs to be an efficient and effective cybersecurity training program that’s relevant and retainable.
It’s a bold claim to make, but Larry Ellison, executive chairman and CTO at Oracle, is confident in what’s on the horizon for Oracle’s Cloud Platform.
Only a few days after Dell and EMC finalized their merge to Dell Technologies Inc., OpenText Corporation, an Ontario-based enterprise information management company, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Dell EMC’s Enterprise Content Division (ECD) including Documentum, InfoArchive and LEAP products, for $1.62 billion, according to a press release today.
Yesterday, Alphabet, Inc.’s Google announced its acquisition of San Jose-based cloud software company, Apigee, for $17.40 a share, valued roughly at $625 million.
It isn’t very often you witness major tech rivals band together to support a specific cause. However, when it comes to security and the right to defend their customers’ fundamental privacy rights, it becomes a collective mission.
The term “cloud computing” has been thrown around so much in the last decade that it’s become a common term – but do you really know what it means? According to Citrix, one in five Americans admit that they pretend to know what the cloud is even though they aren’t sure. In addition, although over 50% of Americans claim to never use the cloud nearly 95% do use it in their daily lives.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies are being increasingly adopted by small, medium, and even enterprise-level operations all over the world. According to a recent study by Cisco Systems, businesses lower their operating costs and raise productivity when they implement bring your own device policies—even when they don't leverage said policies as much as possible.
Over the past half decade or so, cloud computing has gone from an in-the-know buzzword, to a practical computing solution for small and large businesses in every industry. It allows even single-person startups the advantages of a basement full of processors and a full IT department at a mere fraction of the cost. It also allows for easy collaboration between employees and contractors across the globe.