At a time when budgets are especially tight, organizations may find it hard to justify investments in the latest programming tools and testing platforms. Platform as a service...
The proliferation of cloud computing options has begun to change the way storage is thought about, procured and used. IT managers and departments need to think through how cloud...
Most enterprises treat their phone service as a commodity. Let's face it: We expect our phone to work, and we expect a few basic features- voice mail, call forwarding , etc- that...
Many mid-market companies have invested significant time and resources to secure and back up their servers, client computers, data, and overall network infrastructure in the traditional client-server environment.
Best practices, business considerations and practical answers to better manage and protect data in virtualized environments. This eBook focuses on data management and protection in virtualized environments
An Illinois school district prepares for BYOD, Common Core and more with network upgrades.
Roofing and flooring contractor CentiMark uses a Blue Coat ProxySG security appliance to lock down its web traffic and streamline network management. Sometimes, the need for change stares a company right in the face.
This new threat assessment tool identifies a network's weaknesses, allowing the IT team to improve an organization's information security posture. Cyberthreats are growing in number, type and scale.
As cyberthreats intensify and workers bring more devices to work, IT shops need to sharpen their security tools. Is anyone safe?
Over the last few years, security risks have grown exponentially. Hackers, attackers and a motley crew of cyber thieves have enlisted far more sophisticated attack methods to put computers and entire networks at risk.
When CDW leaders saw a surge of smartphones and tablets streaming into their offices, they mobilized professionals from across the organization to address it.
Digital technology continues to innovate. Mobile devices and the infrastructure supporting them have ushered in a third wave of end-user computing. First, the desktop PC revolutionized who could use computers (nearly everyone).
By any measure, the workplace is becoming increasingly mobile -- and not just in a telework, office-or-home way. More broadly, mobility is defined as computing that takes place anywhere at any time using smartphones and tablets