Are you making it too easy for hackers to infiltrate your system? If your employees are using unsanctioned devices and applications, then the answer is yes! Unsanctioned devices and applications can leave your IT infrastructure and data far more vulnerable to being exploited by cybercriminals. Unfortunately, it's become easier than ever for employees to access rogue applications, much to the chagrin of busy IT staff.
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There’s arguably no more important IT task than making sure business systems and data can be restored after a disaster. So we asked system administrators to identify the best features -- and what’s missing -- in four leading software suites for disaster recovery.
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Join us Tues. Dec. 20th, 2pm EST for a compelling webcast discussing lessons learned and insights from an IT Infrastructure Engineer at Oregon State University and a password management consultant from Keeper Security.
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This 49-page report features advice from IT executives at the U.S. Postal Service, Hunter Douglas, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Nationwide Insurance and more for using digital technologies to become more agile, more flexible and more profitable.
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Computerworld is seeking to identify the 100 top workplaces for IT professionals for our 24th annual Best Places to Work in IT list. We invite Computerworld readers, HR and PR professionals and other interested parties to nominate organizations, in any industry, that they think are providing great working environments for IT employees, including challenging work, fair pay and ample training opportunities. Nominate a company now through Dec. 21, 2016.
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Check out the December Digital Magazine, featuring our Tech Forecast 2017 special report, which outlines the top priorities in hiring, spending and projects for IT leaders. The magazine also includes News Analysis, Opinions and Shark Tank -- all free for download with registration.
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