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How Cloud Is Shaping The Future Of Public Sector IT Security

But 67% of the officials did not move ahead on the proposal due to one reason – security. IT security is one of the growing concerns among public sector companies

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How IT Pros Can Help Millennials Toe the Technology Line

I bring this up because Cisco just released the latest installment of its Connected World Technology Report , which found that Millennials don’t really care about computer security and are prone to ignoring IT policies. According to the survey, roughly 61% percent of young employees believe that security “is not really their responsibility: They want to work hard, from home or the office, using social networks and cloud applications to get the job done, while someone else builds seamless security into their interactions

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Migration to SharePoint 2013: business and IT factors to consider

Security Security in this context includes integrity, availability and reliability. SharePoint online has strong security characteristics, but it is important to evaluate whether there are specific requirements for some areas. Also for the on-premise environment of SharePoint there are many new capabilities, which result in new security challenges

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Why Empowerment Is Job One Of Information Governance

We have a choice to either put up all types of barriers for the sake of security to hinder them (which they will just find a way around) or we can empower them to use the tools they have at their disposal. Doing this involves making sure we are networking outside of our normal records management circles, but also making sure that we are growing in knowledge for other information management domains such as information security and compliance

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The Facts and Friction of Forms vs. IT

” All parties agree that the underlying functionality is absolutely business-critical, but organizational politics and concerns about job security are such that relatively few seem invested in taking the next logical step: sitting down to figure out how the two groups can work better together

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