Friday, 16 August 2013

IT Trends - Clouds, Networking, and Hacking

Due to the outburst of cloud solutions and a gamut of devices that ed users use, security and safety of the data and networks is the current IT trend.

Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) has been a hot topic for years, and most IT organizations have now come to the conclusion that it is inevitable. As a result, 2013 will be all about enforcing BYOD policies – not just for hardware, including smartphones, laptops and tablets, but also those that span business, security and personal requirements.

As the central networks are secure, hackers will try to attack the network from end users side. The ability for IT organizations to effectively monitor endpoints has improved dramatically. As such, the shift in the year ahead will be toward quickly acting on any vulnerabilities and threats that are uncovered before they impact performance or operations. Automation and remediation will both be critical in enabling this.

It may not be just the end devices, but also the application that the end user uses that will be a point or source of hacking. As a result, robust endpoint management and security will be essential.

In 2013, IT departments will be more proactive as the regulatory landscape becomes clearer and cloud solutions enable them to address and remediate violations easier, faster, and less expensively than before.

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