Dispatches From Mexico City: Cloud Storage And NAFTA, Trudeau Visits CDMX
Canadian laws potentially position Canadian data centers as more secure & privacy-centric than their US counterparts. Will NAFTA negotiations change that?
Cyber Threats to Power Grids
Many industrial control systems are very old. Changing or replacing them can mean enabling service windows that cause disturbances.
OS33 Launches Secure WaaS for Healthcare, Financial Services MSPs
OS33 launches workplace_Provider Program to give MSPs a secure, compliant WaaS (workplace as a service) platform for healthcare, financial services & more.
Encryption vs. Extremism: We Must Separate the Debates
Encryption is here to stay. But a new approach between government, industry & civil society is required. TechUK explains why.
Cybersecurity: Don’t Treat All Employees the Same When Trying to Protect Data
Cybersecurity & data privacy require more than a one-size-fits-all strategy. It’s time to understand these risks posed by different groups of employees.
PhoenixNAP Expands DRaaS With Carbonite DoubleTake
Global IT provider PhoenixNAP adds Carbonite’s DoubleTake replication software to the company’s Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) portfolio.
Brexit And The EU (Withdrawal) Bill: Five Things to Know
Formally known as the Repeal Bill, the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, is a crucial part of the Brexit process. TechUK explains the issues to know.
Veritas Rolls Out Subscription-Based Data Management Suite Under a Single License
The Veritas 360 Degree Data Management Suite eases data management at a lower cost — whether on-premises or in the cloud, Veritas asserts.
US Government Removes Kaspersky Lab From GSA Schedule Lists
Report: The U.S. federal government removes Kaspersky Lab from the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) list/schedule for certain IT contracts.