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Backing up to local disk or tape can protect against the accidental destruction of a file but will do nothing to protect you when your facility suffers fire or flooding. Remote backup provides a better solution. This tip looks at two possibilities for remote backup: Choosing an outsourced remote backup service, or using software to do your own backups to an offsite facility.
Learn how attackers are using the widespread deployment of low-cost VoIP to leverage phishing attacks.
Is the government listening to your VoIP traffic? Can other companies spy on your WAN? It may sound like a paranoid conspiracy theory, but it's not that far out, technologically speaking. In this tip, Tom Lancaster looks at just how exposed your WAN traffic may be.
Part two of this SearchCIO Trailblazer profile delves into the challenges associated with doing social analytics and explains how CIOs can help.
A tweet analysis of teen smoking gives CIOs a window into the critical role IT can play in a company's social media marketing.
Chatter about big data reveals IT self-service can be a gift for CIOs. Take command and control but keep the buffet open.
Renowned security expert Eugene Spafford discusses the lack of industry advances in identifying IT security metrics and fending off malicious attacks.
In this FAQ, learn how new standards under PCI DSS 3.0 are changing the approach of businesses to payment card security and regulatory compliance.
In this Ask the Expert video, security guru Eric Cowperthwaite explains predictive security intelligence and how to leverage it in the enterprise.
Health IT can fix healthcare despite meaningful use delays, a lack of EHR interoperability and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs spooked by the FDA.
When mHealth apps monitor a patient's mood through his call, text and social media logs, can they improve outcomes? One company is betting on it.
KLAS research Vice President Ben Brown discusses PACS and vendor neutral archive market trends in reports released around RSNA 2013.
Symantec Storage Foundation gets two new flash-related features: Flexible Storage Sharing to cluster apps on DAS, and SmartIO for flash caching.
These six storage technologies are ready to take their place -- and have an impact -- in your data center in 2014.
There's more to managing storage than ensuring performance and scalability. New architectures are doing a better job of managing storage resources.
Last-minute gadget shopping got you down? Let our experts guide you to the most sought-after geek gifts for the technically inclined.
Discover the winner of the Best Cloud Computing Provider category for the Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards. It likely won’t be a surprise if you’re familiar with the market.
The winner of the best cloud management software product category in the Impact Awards is the third-party provider deemed to have the best overall offering.
Bring your own device (BYOD) can be a boon for both employees and enterprises, but clear policies and management tools are needed.
IT departments deploying mobile health care solutions must ensure that using mobile devices in health care settings doesn't violate federal laws or compromise security.
Distributed antenna systems and in-building wireless solutions are two options to improve wireless cellular coverage within an enterprise facility.
These tips help answer common questions that enterprises will come across when working with searches in SharePoint.
Being an IT project manager isn't easy, but you can improve your information security skills and knowledge to make your job easier.
Once you know the three major causes for most SharePoint performance problems, improving SharePoint's performance becomes easy.