Modern cybercriminals grow smarter and stronger by the day. New, more sophisticated forms of cybercrime hit the corporate network with pinpoint accuracy and devastating results. It takes a unique approach to stay on top of attacks by either heading them off before they occur (best case) or finding a way to respond and recover from the aftermath (worst case).
Today, a growing number of organizations are aiming to provide greater flexibility for their employees by implementing remote and hybrid work models. While this approach is an excellent way to serve the needs and expectations of modern professionals, it also has a significant impact on endpoint security.
Like so many other business considerations, the type of data center that you choose requires a lot of thought. What are your organization’s exact needs? What sort of information are you storing? Who – and how many people – need access to that critical data? What are your cost-related concerns? And how secure do you need your information?
IT teams are always looking for ways to make their company’s operations run more smoothly and efficiently. Today, the cloud is part of almost every IT conversation. The numbers bear this out, with Gartner forecasting that worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services will grow a whopping 20.4 % in 2022 to $494.7 billion. Of course, “cloud” no longer means “public cloud” like it once did, so overall spending on hybrid cloud, multi-cloud, and managed cloud solutions is much higher. Check out this post by Quest’s CEO for some essential guidance on understanding these cloud deployment models.