Many of our customers have made the decision to adopt a Hybrid IT strategy. Previously, we have discussed the advantages of a hybrid cloud model to take advantage of using both the private and public cloud. If you have decided to adopt a hybrid cloud model you may be struggling to work with different technologies between your private and public clouds.
According to Gartner, most companies—two out of every three—that allow personal devices in their network do not have a security policy or secure access strategy in place that governs mobile devices. While that might seem like a case of simply putting the cart before the horse, in reality it’s more like letting a team of Trojan horses into your network.
There’s a revolution happening in healthcare right now—and, no, it doesn’t revolve around the Affordable Care Act. Hospitals and other healthcare organizations are revolting against the traditional fee-for-service model of healthcare, in favor of outcomes-based healthcare, which views patient care as a holistic treatment process rather than as a disconnected series of isolated services.