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By simulating software security crises, your organisation can rehearse how to react in the event of an actual attack. These fire drills should lead to faster, more effective respon...
A solid DR plan can help you recover systems and fix technical problems in a crisis. But you should also be ready to deal with nontechnical issues--like panic, misinformation, and ...
Your organization should break down a legacy system into components before putting them into a SaaS app your development team creates. Follow these steps.
Columbia Sportswear Extends IT Services and Capacity Without Overextending Staff by Adopting Hybrid Cloud
Columbia Sportswear is a family-owned business with thousands of employees and operations spread around the globe. Their challenges are to insufficient resources for managing a gro...
Some IT projects always seem to get superseded by higher priority work, but deferring them can be costly and counterproductive. Here are 10 projects for your 2015 to-do list.
The demand for always-on, always-available services has never been stronger. But flat budgets for business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) may be making it difficult for y...
Five Essentials for Better Workforce Continuity-Integrating the Human Side into Your Strategy (follow on from the human side of business continuity)
No matter how slight the risk appears, organizations know that the threat of a disaster is always a possibility. Many organizations—and most likely yours—have taken steps to incorp...
Few companies can afford operational disruption, yet IT budgets remain flat and can’t encompass the growing need for additional resiliency measures to protect critical-business app...
Peter Cremer North America is a leading supplier of oleochemicals. Established in 1999 as a division of Hamburg, Germany-based Cremer, the company sources, produces, and ships a br...
Transferring information systems from a PaaS platform to a proprietary IaaS hosted by a different provider is not productive. Move the systems to an interoperable IaaS.