Organizations are increasingly coming to rely on software as a service, replacing applications that have previously been hosted on-premises. In April, Gartner predicted that SaaS global revenue would grow to $143.7 billion by 2022. There are many benefits to a SaaS approach – lower costs, no on-premises equipment or software to operate, no updates or patches to manage. But who owns the data? Who has responsibility for compliance? And what questions should customers ask a potential SaaS vendor to determine whether their data will be compliant in their service?
The vital role that cybersecurity plays in protecting our privacy, rights, freedoms and everything up to and including our physical safety will be more prominent than ever during 2020. As the world becomes increasingly connected, the opportunities for bad guys to take advantage will inevitably increase. Here’s what will be top of the agenda when it comes to cybersecurity over the coming year.
The 2010s made one thing clear: Tech is everywhere in life. But what about new tech? Here are the tech advancements coming your way in 2020.
So you’ve finally made the upgrade to Windows 10, and you're ready to put its new features to work. But which handy new functions should you take advantage of first? Here are six important things that you can do to get the show on the road.
The vast majority of small to medium-sized businesses are unaware of the connection between critical server upgrades and cybersecurity. In this post, we look at how upgrading to Windows Server 2019 will greatly enhance the security of your server.
On average, data privacy non-compliance costs have reached $14.82 million, which is 2.71 times more than the cost of data compliance. This marks a 45 percent increase since 2011. Can your business afford to not comply with the new data privacy laws?
The internet is becoming an increasingly dangerous neighborhood. Digital marketers want to buy your private data, while hackers want to steal and sell it. Here are four simple steps that you can take to stay safe online in 2020.
Check Point Software Technologies, a global provider of cyber security solutions, recently unveiled its cyber security predictions for 2020. With these predictions, Check Point's researchers anticipate the major cyber incidents and technical developments that will impact businesses in the coming year. They also share the security strategies that will help prevent these incidents from causing widespread damage and disruption.
As the internet of things (IoT) revolution continues to gain momentum, what can we expect from the market in 2020? One certainty is the potential for small to medium-sized businesses to benefit as the IoT sector evolves. Here’s what to look out for in 2020 and beyond.
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