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    Archive for the ‘CTO Insights’ Category




    Everywhere you look, it seems to be that everything is becoming "smart".  On my wrist, I frequently wear a smart watch that monitors how many steps I take, what my heart rate is, and so on. At home, a smart thermostat can be controlled via an app, or even be programmed based on my own behavior. I can even have a camera that will either let me see who's at the door, or let me talk to my cats while I'm ...




    If you've read enough crime novels or seen enough action movies, the plot is all too familiar to you: an insider - acting to correct some slight or insult he or she received years ago - turns against an organization and inflicts significant damage. Sometimes the insider is on the side of the good guys, sometimes on the bad guys. This makes perfect sense. An insider knows exactly how an organization does things, what they consider valuable, and how they will ...




    2014 showed that vulnerabilities could be found in all applications - both Heartbleed and Shellshock caught system administrators off-guard by revealing that open-source server applications could have severe vulnerabilities as well. The reality is that making software free from vulnerabilities is difficult and expensive, if not completely impossible. For every thousand lines of code, you can expect to find 15 to 50 errors of some kind. Maybe you can get that error rate down for truly critical applications like space exploration, but ...

    Posted in CTO Insights, Vulnerabilities | Comments Off on CTO Insights: Vulnerabilities for Sale



    We are all afraid of the unknown.  Why? Because we all want to be in control of our lives: what career path to take, how to deal with our finances, where to go for a vacation. We like certainty. We love to know what’s ahead of us. We are hard wired like this. As far as technology is concerned, we don’t know what the next innovation would be like—how a product or service would affect our lives and the way we ...




    For many users today, how they use technology is defined by mobile devices. Their primary device is not a desktop computer, or even a laptop. Instead, it's a tablet or a smartphone. Instead of data stored on a hard drive or a USB stick, corporate data is now stored in the cloud and accessed as needed by users. If we look at the number of PCs versus smartphones sold, the trend is clear. In the 3rd quarter of 2014, analysts ...

    Posted in CTO Insights, Mobile | Comments Off on Mobile Virtualization – Solving the BYOD Problem


     

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