There are unique endpoint security challenges associated with cloud-based systems. Here are some strategies to address them.
The human factor plays a critical role in endpoint security, and to minimize the risks of insider threats and human error, organizations should focus on educating employees and fostering a culture of security.
Endpoint security tools like Palo Alto Networks’ Cortex protect organizations from cyber threats and are especially necessary in the era of remote work.
Rob Wood and Chris Hughes discuss XDR, a hot topic at RSA, particularly around its role in consolidating and integrating data to gain insight on distributed workforce security.
Working from anywhere may be popular, but working in an office, at least some of the time, offers important benefits, too, says Tony Uphoff.
Native digitals are an increasingly influential demographic that today’s CEOs must understand as they lead digital transformations.
Today, C-level decision-makers are turning to cloud technology to cut costs, increase efficiencies, grow revenues, engage more customers, and scale.
CoSo Cloud CEO Glen Vondrick shares his thoughts on the current and future state of remote work, with an emphasis on enforcing cybersecurity for audio and video content.
Evolving technology, work-life balance, and generations have changed the definition of knowledge work, says Tony Uphoff.
With constantly changing business priorities, what should CIOs focus on? Kenny Mullican homes in on three priorities that will help drive growth and revenue in 2023.
Analyst Kenny Mullican tells CIOs to focus on the emerging technologies and strategies, from “Industry 5.0” to distributed workforces, that will drive value to their organization.
In ep 29 of the Growth Swarm podcast, the hosts discuss recent key trends and look ahead to how the “four pillars” will help businesses thrive in the future.
Few could have foreseen the vastly different places Marc Benioff and Larry Ellison and Salesforce and Oracle, their respective companies, ended up this year. Bob Evans dives into it.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob discusses how the last few months and most recent quarter have changed the standings and perceptions of Oracle and Salesforce.
Work-from-anywhere is here to stay, which means companies must adapt both their cultures and the technologies they use. Tony Uphoff takes a closer look at “Remote Work 2.0.”
In this CXO Roundtable discussion, Tony Uphoff, Wayne Sadin, and Kieron Allen work through the details of the CRO’s job, and wonder if the role is here forever, or just until we all get used to working from anywhere.
In ep. 21, Kieron Allen picks up on Tom Smith’s recently analysis on how collaboration leads to innovation in hybrid and WFA environments, to demonstrate the importance of collaboration in the acceleration economy.
Some companies have created a new seat at the executive table — Chief Remote Officer — and Kieron Allen explores the benefits and pitfalls along with direct perspectives from a CEO and CIO on this role
Cloud backups are one of the first use cases that the cloud was famed for, and they’re essential for restoring systems after a breach, as Kieron explains in episode 18.
Compelling new research indicates that most managers believe their companies are more likely to innovate with employees in the office.