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by Jean-François Audenard
There are three main reasons why I think security is of the utmost interest to readers. First, security is a cross-department topic by nature. The whole organization needs to consider strategies, attacks and defense. Second, it’s a field where things are moving fast, very fast. You never get bored, and there is always new material to discover and create. And finally, security is a close-knit community, in which everybody knows each other and shares vital information.
by Axel Haentjens
In my blog, I explore how the cloud is being used in all businesses from small office home office (SoHo) and small and medium businesses (SMB), to multinational corporations (MNC). I examine the successful tactics to move into the cloud, its benefits and the return on investment that is achievable. I also offer insight into what makes a successful cloud player and the impact of different business models.
by Michel Operto
Virtually all projects use information technology in some shape or form and have a wide-ranging impact on organizations and people. While project management is often treated as a commodity, it is critical to the overall success of the business. This is because it keeps projects on time, within budget and with the expected outcomes, both in terms of functionality and quality.
by Joshua Sillers
Over the last decade, I have been immersed in the technology progression for VoIP into IPT, then to UC, and now it is Collaboration and Social Enterprise. In the end, person A needs to communicate with person B or C. Without communication, we are islands unto ourselves.
revised 17 Feb 2015