When it comes to application security, network administrators need to think differently about web applications.
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With a plan in place, organizations have a greater chance of overcoming a range of disaster scenarios and getting back to normal operations more quickly, as well as providing better customer service overall.
There’s a great amount of data wrangling, coordination and analysis that has to occur before data is turned into useful information.
What the agency needs is technology that helps them get quicker access to and quicker insights from the data they rely on to make decisions.
Try this approach to relieve your IT team of many administrative tasks and enable them to focus on delivering more value to the agency.
As you might guess, there are many challenges to getting value from big data. The main challenges are volume, velocity and variability, also called “the three Vs.”
The most efficient way to solve the problems of complexity, visibility and usability is through comprehensive, automated monitoring of applications, infrastructure and cloud resources.
Even if legacy systems still do the job, modern systems offer so much more. Think about the difference between an old flip phone and a new smartphone.
The battle between threat actor and network defender comes down to survival of the fastest.
Let’s pump the brakes on the hype of an enterprise public cloud. There are several key factors that agencies need to consider before moving applications to the cloud.