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caroline wong | 12 Oct 2012 | 0 comments

When the words “big data” and “security” are used together in a sentence, usually the word “problem” or “concern” is in there too. Security is often thought of as a prohibitor to using big data, since data of all types – including confidential – are being mixed together to generate analytics which can be used for better decision making. But while there are concerns, big data can actually be harnessed to improve security.

The job of the defender is to protect against an infinite number of attacks. However, a defender will always have a limited amount of resources with which to do this. The real job of the security practitioner is to prioritize remediation efforts by risk, so that the limited resources can be focused on addressing the greatest risks to the business.

Most security organizations have anywhere between five and hundreds of different security technologies deployed in their enterprise environments....

tzambrovitz | 27 Aug 2012 | 0 comments

With IT budgets that are shrinking or barely holding steady, it’s vital for today’s businesses to make the most of their current infrastructure. Fortunately, however, leveraging virtual infrastructure to enable cloud computing is possible without having to rip and replace the entire infrastructure. Whether an organization is replacing legacy technologies or adapting them to virtualization, Symantec and VMware have teamed up to help businesses make the transition to virtualization as smoothly as possible – with approximately 100 points of integration to date.

This integration effort goes beyond simply enabling the technologies to work together, to the IT users themselves. We have developed various integration levels ranging from...

Tom Powledge | 12 Apr 2012 | 0 comments

For years businesses have had the desire to adopt new technologies ahead of competitors while avoiding the pains of early adoption of unproven technologies. It’s understandable that we have been hesitant to adopt cloud computing in particular. Many of us have been reluctant to put our business information in the hands of someone else, fearing what would happen in the event of a data breach or outage.

But cloud computing is no longer a new technology full of uncertainty. Many cloud providers have established track records of providing reliable, secure service and high availability, and if you haven’t already, it’s time to take stock of your current IT situation and consider how the cloud can help you....

Tom Powledge | 01 Feb 2012 | 0 comments

Any knowledgeable entrepreneur would cite innovation as a key to business success in today’s world. And yet innovation means more than simply inventing the next great iPhone app. It can be as simple as implementing an existing idea into the way you do business. The core of innovation is change – being unafraid to look critically at how you do things and see if maybe there’s a better way. Just as evolutionary change keeps organisms one step ahead of the competing species, searching for ways to improve your business can give you an edge over your competitors.

Innovation for your organization might be as simple as identifying and eliminating redundant tasks, or updating elements of your IT infrastructure. In particular, finding a way to do more with less is crucial in today’s sluggish economy. One significant opportunity for innovation...

Reshma Kumar | 13 Oct 2011 | 1 comment

Deepak Mohan, Senior Vice President of the Information Management GroupPosted by Reshma Kumar on behalf of Deepak Mohan.

The following is an excerpt of an interview which was conducted by the CIO Digest's Patrick Spencer with Deepak Mohan, Senior Vice President of the Information Management Group. In the interview, Deepak talks about the pillars of information management, cloud computing, and the drivers of the evolution of information management.

PATRICK: So what are the four pillars of information management?

DEEPAK: We believe that organizations will turn their data stores into strategic assets if they adhere to four...