Tuesday, March 13, 2012

5 big security mistakes you're probably making

Worried about 4G data costs? Here's a simple solution | What tech skills gap? Train your workers

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5 big security mistakes you're probably making
Most run-of-the-mill vulnerability testers can break into a company in a few hours or less. Why? Because most IT admins are making the same huge mistakes over and over. Read More


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Worried about 4G data costs? Here's a simple solution
Some vendors are already using FUD to tell IT how to manage the business expenses associated with 4G data plans. What IT teams need to do is shunt the bean-counting responsibility back into business managers' laps. Read More

What tech skills gap? Train your workers
Once management and HR grasp the important of closing the IT skills gap, they should consider training existing staff as a less-expensive alternative to hiring new employees or outsourcing. Read More

The answer to IT's mobile dilemma is in the cloud
Those facing the BYOD challenge should consider public cloud-based resources as an easy, effective, and (with good planning) secure way to provide enterprise data via mobile devices. Read More

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