Amazon may be the king of the cloud world, but some customers find its data sovereignty assurances clear as mud.
Attempts by India’s global service providers to win business with large multinationals will benefit enterprises in the company
IT shops that want to use the cloud as the compute platform for some or all of their applications must first migrate those applications to the cloud, which is easier said than done.
Indian organizations are waking up to the risks that weak security causes as business becomes digitized
Despite what may be a dangerous new Active Directory "pass the hash" attack variant, Microsoft has downplayed the issue as a technical limitation.
Work on India’s first dedicated cryptology centre will likely now accelerate as the project has gained initial funding of Rs. 115 crore
Consumer-facing businesses in banking, telecoms and retail are leading adoption of analytics internally to support the business
Concerns about cloud governance and data sovereignty are stumbling blocks for many enterprises with an international customer base.
Whether it's done in specialized software or cobbled-together spreadsheets, financial modeling usually employs these basic techniques.
On-the-spot decision making and in-the-field analysis are but two mobile business intelligence benefits that it a worthy investment.
The best enterprise social networks are fine-tuned to corporate culture. Using gamification to spur employee adoption of ESNs will depend on your workforce and industry regulations.
For the San Jose Sharks, employee morale and back-end integration factored heavily into choosing an enterprise social network tool but, as SearchCIO discovers, every company has its own reason for upping its ESN game.
Server virtualization, managed data centers and hosted software can affect your company's compliance controls. Here's how to overcome the obstacles.
An educational testing service firm gives high marks to an off-the-shelf security management tool to protect student data.
The underlying legal issues for SaaS contracts can be ticking time bombs if you don't pay attention to the details.
In the second part of this Q&A, Jeffrey Ritter concludes his discussion on data management myths by explaining common misconceptions about storage costs and information governance training.
Increasingly complicated compliance mandates have led some businesses to implement automated processes to save resources. Participants in July's #GRCChat said compliance automation can assist data management, but also warned of unintended consequences.
In this two-part Q&A, Jeffrey Ritter identifies five common, persistent 21st century information governance myths and explains why adapting data management processes to the digital age is not as radical as some think.