Kurt Hildebrand - Director of Practices and Initiatives for Enterprise Storage
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Risk Management Process

Any competent IT professional will tell you that one of their top priorities— probably the top priority—is securing their enterprise’s data and network. Indeed, CIOs typically allocate a healthy chunk of their overall IT budgets to security.

Concern, however, does not always translate into competence, or even common sense. Further, throwing money at a problem without first properly assessing and prioritizing an enterprise’s unique IT-related risks actually can create greater vulnerability. You can’t just buy technology, put it in your environment, and assume that your assets are safe.

Tags:DataNetworkingSecurity

Big Data

We’ve all seen the dramatic transformation IT has undergone in recent years— inevitably evolving from a cost center to a strategic business partner.

Momentum for that transformation came from disruptive trends like virtualization, cloud computing, mobility, big data, and social networking. Each catalyzed a change in perception among IT and business leaders: the components of an agile, efficient IT infrastructure were increasingly strategic assets, not cost centers.

Tags:AssessmentBig DataCloud ComputingDataData CenterInfrastructureMobilityNetworkingSoftwareStrategyVirtualization

Better Safe than Sorry When it Comes to Security

The Old Adage is Still Relevant in the Digital Age

by Salvatore Sparace | 08.21.14

On July 9th The New York Times reported, “Chinese hackers in March were able to compromise the US Government’s network that houses the Office of Personnel Management Database. They appeared to be targeting files on tens of thousands of applicants for security clearances.” The report traveled quickly across the major news outlets with officials unable to comment on the extent of the act.

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Software Defined Networking

The Path to a More Cost-effective Infrastructure

by Tim Allen | 08.14.14

As cloud, mobility, and other trends create more complex architectures, networks must be able to adapt in terms of security, scalability, and manageability. Software-defined networking (SDN) is an ideal technology to simplify your infrastructure.

Tags:CloudMobilityNetworkingSecuritySoftware

Data Security

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. 

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