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Disaster Recovery – Focus on the Disaster First!

When organizations first take on the challenge of setting up a disaster recovery plan, it’s almost always based on the premise that a complete failure will occur. With that in…

From Financial to Federal: Three Hot Technologies Affecting Government IT

It’s the time of year when we look toward the future. Here’s an interesting article from my colleague, Joe Kim, where he provides a few predictions. Want a good idea…

The Legacy IT Pro

In the fast-paced world of IT, can you afford to be a legacy IT pro? This is a concern for many, which makes it worth examining. IT functions have been…

Landing on a Secure File Sharing Solution

Back in October, I wrote about Shadow IT and how some users are turning to popular file sharing applications like Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive to get their work done…

5 More Ways I Can Steal Your Data: Hire People Who Lack Empathy

In this last post of my 5 More Ways I Can Steal Your Data series, I focus on my belief that all data security comes down to empathy. Yes, that…

Non-IT File Sharing and HIPAA Implications

When I first considered writing this post about possible HIPAA violations, I could clearly imagine how non-IT compliant file sharing could cause issues with HIPAA compliance. It wasn’t until I…

The Business Challenges We See Today

Over the next few weeks, I will be releasing a series of articles covering the value of data analytics and insight, focusing on five of the key business drivers that…

5 More Ways I Can Steal Your Data: Ask the Security Guard to Help Me Carry it Out

In my recent post  5 More Ways I Can Steal Your Data – Work for You & Stop Working for You I started telling the story of a security guard…

Needle In a Hay Stack or Sword in a Straw Pile?

I’ve spent countless hours trying to find the perfect tool for the job. In fact, I’ve spent more hours searching at times than I have doing the work. You’ve probably…

How We Encrypt Data in MySQL With Go

A SaaS product needs to use security measures you might not ordinarily use in an on-premises solution. In particular, it’s important for all sensitive data to be secured. Encryption plays…

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