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Shorten the Time to Hire for Your IT Positions

5 Top Tips to Finding the Right Fit

by Lila Nelms | 04.22.15

The IT job market has been so strong now for over 15 months, and it looks like it will continue to be strong in 2015/2016. Organizations across the country are expected to continue to increase their staff, from help desk to desktop support and especially in areas such as system administrators, network engineers, DBAs, and developers. The demand has been enormous, so the candidate pool for skilled labor is shrinking—as organizations expand the IT departments. How, then, can your organization attract the right candidates for your open positions? Read on for our five tips to meeting your growing IT requirements in a competitive hiring environment. 

Tags:ITIT HiringIT StaffingTechnical skillsTechnology

Take Business Continuity to the Cloud

Remote Backups Can Mean Faster Disaster Recovery Times

by Kurt Hildebrand | 01.06.15

Modern IT departments are under constant pressure to implement new technologies that enable the business while simultaneously keeping critical data, applications and processes secure and the network running 24 x 7.

It’s no wonder, then, that planning for business continuity and disaster recovery often takes a back seat to the day-to-day challenges of managing IT for an enterprise. But failure to prepare adequately for technological or natural disasters that disrupt the business could lead to financial disaster.

Tags:ApplicationsCloudCostDataData CenterInfrastructureIT StaffingServersSoftwareStrategyVirtualization

How to Chisel Out a Rock-Solid Security Plan

New strategies to combat emerging and growing threats

by Stephen Nardone | 07.15.14

Thinking back years ago, managing IT security often meant locking your critical applications and services in a room, maybe a big room depending on what decade we are talking about. Much like an alligator moat around a castle, you could sleep easy knowing not much could infiltrate your protection.  Just as technology has evolved, so have the threats. The threat landscape changes daily.  In today’s highly collaborative, highly mobile business world, with an enterprise that no longer has a physical boundary, a locked room isn’t an option—and forget about the alligators.

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Users Want More Access—You Need Stronger Data Security

Make Security Management More Manageable

by Bill Virtue | 06.12.14

I have been talking to IT professionals over the past several months, and it’s no secret that users today need access to more data than ever—and they want it anytime, from anywhere and from any device. But before IT can allow a user access to the data, there needs to be some assurance that the user has authorized access to it. How do we ensure user attestation, data availability, and security? Read on to find out. 

Tags:Data CenterIT StaffingMicrosoftMobilityNetworkingSecurity

The Complexities of Storage Compliance

Time to create a strategy and framework for enterprise data

by Kurt Hildebrand | 06.06.14

We live in a hyper-connected world filled with business executives who are hyper-sensitive about data security. As they should be.

The healthcare and retail industries seem to be the most at risk. Since 2009, 29.3 million patient healthcare records have been compromised. With the growth of healthcare systems surging in 2014, so will breaches of data and patient privacy, according to industry reports. In retail, with a national chain’s 2013 holiday cyber-security failure still fresh in consumer’s minds, a major arts and crafts supplier confirmed that there was a security breach within some of its U.S. credit card processing systems between May 2013 and January 2014. That breach may have compromised about 2.6 million credit cards.

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