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The Resilient 4: Arming Organizations for IT Disaster Recovery

Band Aids don’t fix bullet holes. If that sounds familiar, you probably heard it in Taylor Swift’s new single “Bad Blood.” Ironically, the words apply very well to the concept of IT disaster recovery. When an organization takes “bullets” via a natural disaster, data breach, an issue compromising employee safety, or the infrastructure of a […]

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Author: Charles Iannuzzelli on

Avoid Getting Bitten In the Budget By These Information Technology (IT) Risk Management Issues

We all know what an ideal budget looks like: every factor is neatly categorized as its own line item, strategic initiatives are fully funded, all the numbers balance, and nothing ever changes throughout the fiscal year. When it comes to budgeting for Information Technology (IT) risk management, every possible issue has been identified and provided […]

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Are Your Backup and Disaster Recovery Procedures More Than A Year Old? Throw Them Out!

Never throw away your kid’s baby pictures – but disaster recovery plans?? Aren’t backup and disaster recovery procedures immortal? As the warm weather hits, we are all faced with that weekend task on the “honey do” list: spring cleaning. Time to collect the broken items you thought you were going to fix (but never will). […]

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Author: Sungard AS on

DevOps Defined: Let’s Get Application Delivery, Management, And Ongoing Change Right

In the DevOps Defined series, we take a look at the Development & Operations (DevOps) movement: what it is, how it works, where the pitfalls are, and more. This article provides a DevOps overview, including application delivery and management Every business today is a digital business, and every digital business runs on apps. There are […]

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Author: Nora Hahn on

Qumas Speeds The Pharmaceutical Market With A Resilient Life Sciences Compliance Platform

Challenges in the life sciences are nothing new. In the early 1900s, an outbreak of diphtheria threatened the population of Nome, Alaska. A frozen engine prevented the only airplane in the region from delivering the antitoxin to the affected city, so officials turned to several teams of sled dogs to traverse the 1,000 mile distance […]

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Author: Sue Poremba on

A Discussion About Cloud Applications In The Workplace

In February, a cloud portfolio management company called RightScale released its 2015 State of the Cloud Survey. The survey found, for example, that nearly all businesses are using some sort of infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) application, and that more companies are using the public cloud over private clouds. It also shows that companies are more willing than […]

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