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This article (5 risky suppliers to watch using cognitive computing) makes some good points. But, let’s be honest about Target. While it’s true that they were compromised through a vendor, the REAL problem was that they were incredibly lax in their security practices.  You can vet your vendors all you like, but it won’t help...
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In “Infrastructure under attack: The next ransomware wave” Infoworld explores the next wave of ransomware – attacks on infrastructure. It’s a very scary thought. We’ve seen many attacks on medical facilities. At best, these attacks have been expensive and disruptive to these organizations. And, they have had the potential to threaten the lives of patients....
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It was a typical busy morning when Skender got a call from James Morgan, Administrator at MMC (Modern Managed Carers) Nursing home. He got straight to the point. “I’ve heard that you guys might be able to help us. Our network is a mess and we need someone to fix it. And we need this...
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One of the most common questions entrepreneurs face when starting a business is deciding whether to host all of their computing and storage needs in the cloud or on premises. So, if you find yourself asking this question, you are not alone. There is no short answer. It depends on several factors, such as the...
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In a lot of ways, your IT is like your car. Lots of us have a love / hate relationship with our cars. We love the freedom and flexibility it gives. Sometimes, you simply cannot even manage without one. But, no one likes the expenses the car brings (even when you know that you are...
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