Recently, we have been called in to help companies handle attacks from the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA). Our first priority is to help contain the damage, figure out which accounts have been compromised that have not been used yet to cause damage, and clean things up.
In a recent blog post, Frost & Sullivan analyst Andrew Milroy predicts that more data will be generated by machines, or things, this year than by human beings.
The fifth generation of Wi-fi has arrived, and it has left organisations with the decision of whether to transition to the newer, faster, wireless networking standard.
ERP has come a long way in recent years—like much of the rest of the IT arena, it’s become about delivering a competitive business edge, says Tom Paye, Editor, CNME
Smart City technology to grow to USD 20.2 billion by 2020, but organisations need long-lasting IT plans in the next six months, says Condo Protego CEO Andrew Calthorpe
2014 marks the 10th anniversary of Cabir, the world’s first mobile phone malware. To mark this occasion, Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs is taking a stroll down memory lane to examine the evolution and significance of mobile threats during the last 10 years.
It is difficult to remember the revolution the iPhone caused, says Anthony Perridge, EMEA Channel Director, Sourcefire
Tired of waiting for lengthy approval processes, CMOs have been doing end-runs around the IT department for years. In turn, scorned CIOs would rip out the marketing department’s rogue tech.
Anthony Perridge, EMEA Channel Director at Sourcefire, now a part of Cisco discusses the revolution of iPhones and the trends around it.
Hicham Abdessamad, Executive Vice President, Global Services, Hitachi Data Systems
SDN is a technology that promises to be the next big thing not only for IT organisations and networking vendors, but also for service providers, says Muhammad Rehan Sami, Senior Solution Architect, Business, Etisalat
To a large number of organisations, Ethernet fabrics remain a poorly understood concept rather than a platform for innovation, says Samer Ismair, MEMA Network Consultant, Brocade Communications
We’re still recovering from the monster that is CES but that means Mobile World Congress (MWC) is fast approaching so here’s what smartphones to expect at the 2014 show held in Barcelona.
Taj El Khayat, General Manager MENA, Riverbed Technology offers his thoughts on the emerging trends in the IT landscape and the company’s business focus this year.