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IT Security

Singapore companies spending 23% IT budget on computer security

IT security breaches reached an all new high in 2014, and the world became most conscious after the iCloud and Sony hacks. The Sony hack, which is considered the worst cyber-attack in the US’s corporate history, has had a direct impact on almost all IT companies around the world; who are gearing up to making massive spending on IT security.

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Tips to plan efficient security for your data in the CLOUD

As an inevitable event, the IT world has entered into a new era of Big Data or what we call cloud computing. It’s one of the revolutionary advancement in the field of IT after mainframe computers and internet. The corporate businesses; small and large, everyone is looking forward to enjoy the bliss of cloud. On the other hand, same businesses, manufacturers and service providers will be eyeing to utilize the advance statistical function of cloud on huge amount of data to improve their relationship and communication with the consumers.

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What If Your Data Gets Lost From The Cloud

What if your data gets lost from the cloud!

You have so many options to store all that data you have – and recently cloud has become the best bet. You have stored all kinds of data including pictures, projects etc., on these cloud servers located somewhere, but have you ever thought, what is one of these services takes a knock off and your data gets deleted? What would you do?

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Mobile working, Cloud and data security

Mobile Working, Cloud and Data Security, Top priority for IT pros this year: Survey

According to a recent survey conducted by BCS – Chartered Institute for IT, loss of data, cloud computing, mobile working, and data security are the top things that are going to give IT professionals and digital leaders sleepless nights in 2015.
BCS’ annual Digital Leaders survey reveals pretty clearly that security besides everything else is going to be the main concern for IT professionals. Recent hacks of Sony Pictures proves just why.

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