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Eric Kavanagh

Private Eyes: How to Protect Your Data, and Systems

Who’s safe anymore online? The short answer is no one. Hackers have become so proficient, their industry so lucrative, that every business with an online presence must take threats seriously. From quiet hacking and identity theft, to the brazen reality of ransomware, hackers must be kept at bay using a range of tools and methods. …Read More

En Marche! Enabling the Mobile Workforce

The modern workforce is on the move! Whether they're visiting clients, working with partners, exploring new opportunities or doing business on vacation, today's information worker needs the flexibility to do their job from anywhere. This mobility can increase productivity, but there are new challenges that arise as busy employees try to navigate critical systems from ...

Bulletproof: How Today’s Business Leaders Stay on Top

Almost overnight, commerce went 24/7. Global business leaders are always online, always available, regardless of industry; and meanwhile, consumers and business partners now expect that level of service across the board. Data-borne companies like Facebook, LinkedIn and others had the luxury of designing their systems from scratch. For all other traditional companies, getting to that ...

Better to Ask Permission? Best Practices for Privacy and Security

If security was once a nice-to-have, those days have long gone. Between data breaches and privacy regulations, organizations today face immense pressure to protect their systems and their sensitive data. When giants like Yahoo! and Target can get hacked, so can any other company. What can you do about it? How can you protect your ...

A Philosophy of Data: Power of the Platform

The concept of data management implies order and precision, but veteran practitioners know the importance of keeping an open mind. The lifecycle of data - which spans the arc of discovery, integration, migration, governance and analysis - involves many touch points and a range of rules, any of which can introduce problems. This array of ...