Enterprises moving production workloads, including critical apps, in the public cloud have a lot to consider. Read this paper to learn about adoption inhibitors of the cloud,...
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One third of SurveyMonkey's customers live in a country in which English is not the primary language. Using Smartling's translation software platform, SurveyMonkey automated its...
The value of Information has increased, so has the business's thirst for more information.
News headlines are a constant reminder that malware attacks and data leakage are on the rise. High-profile incidents that make big news might seem out of the ordinary. Yet businesses of every size face similar risks in the everyday acts of using digital technology and the internet for legitimate purposes. This paper outlines eight common threats that traditional anti-virus alone won't stop, and explains how to protect your organization using endpoint security.
The web is now the cybercriminal's favored means of attack, with a newly infected website discovered every few seconds. Hijacked trusted sites, poisoned search results, fake anti-virus software and phishing websites are a sample of the exploits that hit users' browsers every day. That leaves your business in a bind: Accessing the web poses enormous risks, yet you can't afford to be isolated from the internet and its resources. This white paper examines the latest web threats, and recommends four best practices and a layered approach that enables your users while also protecting your organization's endpoints, network and data.
Industry analyst firm Enterprise Management Associated looks at effective, low-cost disk-to-disk-to-tape technologies and data protection approaches.
Understand the real need for security solutions that can address the reality of expanding virtualization.
Learn how HP TippingPoint IP and DNS reputation services can act as a first line of defense against the rapidly expanding sources of bad network traffic, including botnets, malware, phishing sites, and compromised hosts - saving your company time, money, and embarrassment.
Enterprises must establish a database security strategy that goes beyond authentication, authorization and access control. The key to successful database security is knowing why you're protecting each database, which databases to protect, and how best to secure data against all types of threats.
A rewind button for applications, files and transactions? That's what continuous data protection (CDP) technology provides to managers of IBM AIX and i5/OS operating environments. CDP rapidly recovers accidentally deleted or otherwise corrupted data and provides many other valuable benefits.
The ability to deliver and assure optimum availability to clinical systems and data is critical to the success of healthcare organizations. As providers become increasingly dependent on electronic medical records and medical delivery technologies, they must keep those applications, databases and networks available and accessible-no matter what. This white paper shows how information availability solutions ensure the availability and accessibility of AIX data and applications, regardless of planned or unplanned interruptions.
This paper from Osterman Research highlights the cost savings of hybrid Web security with data loss prevention, and demonstrates how your organization can save time, money, and resources thereby lowering the cost of securing your enterprise.
This guide provides a list of recommended features and capabilities for buyers to consider when purchasing a DLP solution. Buyers can also use this guide to develop requests for proposals, as well as to help differentiate one vendor's products from anoth...