What is the main focus for IT in your organization - cost or agility? Many IT discussions today focus on cost controls rather than the greater potential benefit - business...
Looking to create an agile, productive, and efficient IT environment? Read this simple infographic to learn about the benefits that VMware vCloud® Air™ can bring to your...
To address the emerging issues around managing, governing and utilizing data, organizations have been acquiring quite a toolbox of data integration tools and technologies over the...
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...
The right Security-as-a-Service solution can perform reliably and effectively and deliver the flexibility and control associated with on-premise solutions - at a significantly lower cost - without compromising privacy and security.
SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) is the predominant industry standard that enables Internet Single Sign-On (SSO). This White Paper discusses what SAML is and how it works.
The rise of online Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications has increased the importance of eliminating multiple logins and passwords within the Enterprise via Single Sign-On (SSO). This White Paper from Ping Identity explains what SSO is and how it works.
As the digital universe grows beyond imagination, enterprise IT executives face the daunting task of keeping their little pieces of it backed up and recoverable. They must keep on their toes - this exercise isn't to be done once and forgotten. As the company evolves, adding different types of data to its stockpiles and becoming increasingly virtual, so too must its backup and disaster recovery strategy. In these articles, Network World and its sister publications CIO, Computerworld, CSO and InfoWorld lay down the groundwork and explore the latest tips and technologies for no-fail corporate data backup and disaster recovery.
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 old standards in IT, marked by costly, inflexible infrastructures, just don’t work in today’s hyper-demanding and dynamic business world. It’s time for a 'new normal' marked by lower costs, user self-service, streamlined processes, better security and increased flexibility. Underlying it all is a fresh approach to virtualization.
Working together, the major payment card providers have developed a set of data security standards and created a council for enforcing them. Although the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) has become a global requirement, many organizations are lagging in compliance. For many companies, regulatory compliance can already be an overwhelming and confusing area to navigate, and the need to comply with the PCI DSS might feel like yet another burden.
This white paper discusses how the need for faster access to resources can enable more effective collaboration but can also create significant security and compliance challenges. The paper then describes how IBM offers an adaptable, business-driven, holistic approach to security that addresses the different risk domains across organizations.
Tape storage continues to play a vital role for data protection. David Hill of the Mesabi Group sheds light on the most common misperceptions.