The Kelser Blog covers technology and business topics such as Cybersecurity, IT Lifecycle Management, Modern Data Center, Workforce Enablement, and more.
Cybersecurity has become a mainstream point of discussion over the last five years. With notable attacks on Target, NASA, the United States Defense Department, and the WannaCry / WannaCrypt outbreak, the public now has a heightened sense of awareness (and fear) of cyber crime. Perhaps no industry needs a wake up call more than the healthcare industry.
Securing today’s mobile workforce is becoming increasingly difficult. As the demand for remote productivity grows, so too does the sophistication of cyber-attacks aimed at road warriors. Some of today’s threats include mobile malware, eavesdropping, unauthorized access, and unlicensed or unmanaged applications. Let’s take a look at these threats and what can be done to combat them.
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As the business world evolves, management has become more innovative. Top managers have begun employing creative strategies to attract and retain top talent, and improve productivity while keeping costs in check. These advancements have not been entirely voluntary, as businesses are often forced to respond to several day-to-day challenges to stay afloat. Here are some of these key challenges:
With so many companies utilizing the cloud and mobile devices, data security should be a major concern for all businesses. Yet, despite numerous security breaches, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS), and security experts’ repeated warnings that businesses need to better protect their information, many companies remain unprepared or inadequately protected from various security threats.
The days of driving to the office, sitting behind a desk, and working from the same desktop computer for eight hours are becoming a thing of the past. Today’s managers and employees can work from the office, or a client’s location by using mobile devices and laptops. Unfortunately, the growing need for mobility has created new challenges for many business owners, particularly IT managers. How can businesses provide access to files and documents regardless of their employees’ physical location, while still ensuring security and sticking to budget?
With a society that has become increasingly digitized, innovative, and mobile, it is no surprise that business technologies have had to adjust. After all, the business landscape and digital world are constantly changing, and that produces new challenges: