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Digital Transformation: 4 Tips To Keep IT Human-Centered

The Enterprisers Project, January 17th, 2023

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Successful digital transformation strategies focus on people, not technology. Use this expert advice to keep your plan human-centric

Digital transformation is now cemented into mainstream vernacular, but it is far from fully understood. Contrary to what you might glean from software marketing pamphlets, installing a new technological system is not the solution to your organization's biggest problems. Successful digital transformation initiatives are not centered on the technology itself but on the people they serve.

Gartner Forecasts Worldwide IT Spending To Grow 2.4% In 2023

Gartner, January 18th, 2023

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Inflation Throttles Consumer Purchasing Power, But Enterprise IT Spending Remains Strong

Worldwide IT spending is projected to total $4.5 trillion in 2023, an increase of 2.4% from 2022, according to the latest forecast by Gartner, Inc. This is down from the previous quarter's forecast of 5.1% growth. While inflation continues to erode consumer purchasing power and drive device spending down, overall enterprise IT spending is expected to remain strong.

'Consumers and enterprises are facing very different economic realities,' said John-David Lovelock, Distinguished VP Analyst at Gartner. 'While inflation is devastating consumer markets, contributing to layoffs at B2C companies, enterprises continue to increase spending on digital business initiatives despite the world economic slowdown.

How CISOs Can Manage The Cybersecurity Of High-Level Executives

CSO Online, January 19th, 2023

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C-suite executives and board members are targeted through their personal devices as cybercriminals look to penetrate corporate systems and access sensitive and proprietary information. Protecting them requires a holistic approach.

High-level executives, including board members and C-level executives, often have access to sensitive information, making them prime targets for bad actors looking to penetrate corporate defenses. Their personal devices, among other points of entry, are glaring attack vectors for cybercriminals looking to get in on the top floor.

As CISOs know, cyber incidents all too often include the human element-and executives are all too human. According to the Verizon 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report, 82% of breaches involved a human element, the bulk of them involving phishing, business email compromise (BEC), and stolen credentials.

Taking the Reins on IT Interoperability

InformationWeek, January 19th, 2023

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Organizations with a better grip on it recognize that interoperability isn't a final destination, it's an ongoing process that requires a constant examination of OT, IT and business needs.

For business and IT leaders, it's the best of times and the worst of times. On one hand, today's mix of technologies makes it possible to unleash innovation at scale -- and even disrupt markets and industries. On the other hand, the complexity of today's systems -- and figuring out how all the pieces fit together -- can push even the most tech-savvy organization to the breaking point.

Taming the chaos is essential. A recent report from Accenture, Value Untangled: Accelerating Radical Growth through Interoperability, found that organizations with a strong digital core and the ability to connect a wide range of technology components grow revenue streams 6x faster than peers. In addition, they navigate business and IT transformations 11% faster.

4 Moves CIOs Should Make To Achieve A More Efficient IT Organization

CIO, January 17th, 2023

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Last year brought more than its share of disruption, and there's no sign of any let up as 2023 gains momentum. Here are ways CIOs should prepare to face any eventuality, and come out the other side even stronger.

The effects of such an unpredictable environment are profound, and no organization in any industry is immune. Looking across our client base, we expect to see varying degrees of impact as the turbulence continues. The common thread? In almost every case, there's an increased need for data insight and technology-enabled agility to reaffirm technology's position at the center of investment strategy in order to achieve organizational growth.

5 Trends In Automation To Watch Out For In 2023

CXOtoday.com, January 19th, 2023

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Post pandemic, automation has been making big waves across the globe in transforming businesses and making significant impact on the organization's growth and development cycle.

Automation trends such as intelligent automation, hyper-automation, chatbots, etc. are being extensively used by businesses to process huge volume of data, automate business operations, and make them faster and more efficient. Changing customer needs have led enterprises to double down on their delivery efforts - with a renewed focus on operational efficiency, productivity, and resilience.

A recent Deloitte report states that 53% of organizations have already started implementing robotic process automation (RPA). Furthermore, Gartner forecasts that, by 2024, hyper-automation will allow organizations to lower operational costs by 30 percent. By 2025, the market for hyper-automation software will hit nearly $860 billion.

The CIO's Role Is Changing - Here's Why

Information Age, January 16th, 2023

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What can the new-look CIO do to construct a successful IT function that goes hand-in-hand with the rest of the business?

Businesses everywhere are currently undergoing some kind of digital transformation as they focus on improving the delivery and scope of their latest products and services. In doing so, technology spending power has begun to move away from the CIO's reporting line, and towards the rest of the business. As a result, the role of the CIO is changing - fast.

Where once they were primarily concerned with building and delivering technology, CIOs today are likely to focus more on influencing the purchase of a range of technologies, and on nurturing talent and innovation across the business.

The 7 New Rules Of IT Leadership

Networkworld, January 17th, 2023

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The technology landscape is rapidly evolving - so too is the way IT chiefs should lead their organizations. Here's which old rules of IT leadership are no longer relevant and what has replaced them.

The CIO role continues to evolve, changing as dramatically as the technology it manages and maintains.

Moreover, the pace of the chief IT position's transformation seems to be accelerating - likewise mirroring the speed of change in the tech stack.

Consequently, tech executives must lead, manage, and work differently than they did in the past. How so? Veteran CIOs, researchers, and advisors share the changes they're seeing, offering a look at the new rules of IT leadership and the old ones they've replaced.

Blackhat: Drive Cyber Resilience With Enterprise Case Management (Feb. 9th)

IT News - Storage (turn this section off)

Toshiba Exec Says SSDs Can Never Replace HDDs

Blocks&Files, January 18th, 2023

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A Toshiba exec has argued that hard disk drives are essential to store data in several market areas because SSDs are ill-suited to the job, costing more and with limited manufacturing capacity.

Citing TrendFocus numbers, Toshiba Electronics Europe exec Rainer Kaese said: '259 million HDDs were shipped last year - a case in point. Their total capacity reached 1.338 zettabytes, an increase of almost one-third compared to 2020. Never before have HDDs been shipped with more combined storage capacity.'

That is so but the unit shipment numbers are flat. Statista says 258.9 million units were shipped in 2021, which was 2 percent less than 2020's 260.3 million units. Back in 2010, there were 650 million disk drives shipped.

SSDs Not Expected to Completely Replace HDDs at Any Point

StorageNewsletter.com, January 20th, 2023

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Since the introduction of flash memory, the end of HDD has been predicted again and again - but the classic storage device persists and remains the standard in many application areas.

According to Trendfocus, 259 million HDDs were shipped last year - a case in point. Their total capacity reached 1.338ZB, an increase of almost one-third compared to 2020. Never before have HDDs been shipped with more combined storage capacity.

Here is Toshiba's view on which HDDs are indispensable today and will remain so in the coming years.

Online storage in core and cloud data centres: Digital services now permeate almost all companies and large parts of society. Whether it's Industry 4.0 environments, connected vehicles, streaming platforms or social networks - the huge and ever-growing volumes of data are stored on HDDs in data centres.

Fibre Channel vs. iSCSI: What Are The Differences?

Search Storage, January 19th, 2023

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Discover how Fibre Channel and iSCSI compare when it comes to meeting SAN performance, ease of use, manageability, total package and TCO requirements.

When iSCSI-based storage arrays first appeared in 2003, the technology was touted as a low-cost, few-frills alternative to Fibre Channel, the reigning king of the block storage hill. But that distinction quickly faded as leading data storage vendors joined the upstart array purveyors and added iSCSI storage to their product offerings. It wasn't long before the either-or arguments were replaced with considerations about which form of block storage would be the best fit for particular apps and environments.

DevOps: Log Love: Monitoring, Troubleshooting, Forensics and Biz Analytics (Feb. 14th)

IT News - AI (turn this section off)

NIST to release AI Risk Management Framework

iapp, January 19th, 2023

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The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology will publish the first iteration of its Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework Jan. 26.

The NIST described the voluntary standard as aiming to "improve the ability to incorporate trustworthiness considerations into the design, development, use, and evaluation" of AI offerings. A companion AI playbook containing suggested actions, references and documentation guidance is attached to the framework. Finalization follows a public comment period on the second draft of the framework released in September 2022.

4 Top ChatGPT Alternatives That Are Refurbishing the AI Conversational World

AiTHORITY, January 16th, 2023

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If you have been ardently following the exciting developments and innovations happening in the AI conversational world, it is likely that you would have noticed the growing enthusiasm around OpenAi's ChatGPT in the last couple of months.

The AI-based chat system that uses the natural language processing (NLP) technique to stimulate human-like conversation is also capable of telling a story and responding to user queries. This AI tool has become especially relevant across brands whose focal point is maximum customer outreach in a more personalized as well interactive manner.

How Microsoft Can Become The Biggest Winner Of Generative AI

VentureBeat, January 18th, 2023

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Since the release of ChatGPT in November, there has been much speculation about the possible killer application of advanced large language models (LLM).

A while back, there were reports that Microsoft will be integrating ChatGPT into its Bing search engine to get ahead of Google. There are also many discussions about something like ChatGPT replacing search altogether.

While I'm not sold on either of those ideas, I think that we're just beginning to explore the huge business potential of LLMs and other generative artificial intelligence technologies.

And Microsoft has the chance to become the big winner of this new wave of innovation that is about to be unleashed. Azure OpenAI Service, now generally available, can be Microsoft's winning card in the race to dominate the fast-growing market for generative AI.

The Reason Many AI And Analytics Projects Fail - And How To Make Sure Yours Doesn't

CIO, January 20th, 2023

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As the pace of innovation in these areas accelerates, now is the time for technology leaders to take stock of everything they need to successfully leverage AI and analytics.

Topping the list of executive priorities for 2023-a year heralded by escalating economic woes and climate risks-is the need for data driven insights to propel efficiency, resiliency, and other key initiatives. Many companies have been experimenting with advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) to fill this need. Now, they must turn their proof of concept into a return on investment. But, how?

CIO's Future of Work Summit North America (Feb. 15th)

IT News - Technology (turn this section off)

The Internet Of The Future Could Download Red Dead Redemption 2 In Nanoseconds

techradar.com, January 19th, 2023

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Ludicrous speed, go!

Get ready for blisteringly fast internet, folks. But don't rush; you've got plenty of time to prepare for it. A team of researchers in Europe has developed a new way to transmit data(opens in new tab) at speeds that dwarf the fastest internet connections in the world - and they've done so using just a simple chip and light beam.

The team - comprised of researchers from the Technical University of Denmark and the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden - designed a system that uses a photonic chip to split a beam of light into more than 8,000 different color frequencies, with each color isolated and used as a separate medium for carrying data.

IT News - Humor (turn this section off)

New IT Boss Decided To 'Audit Everything You Guys Are Doing Wrong'. Which Went Wrong

The Register, January 20th, 2023

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Pet consultant took down the datacenter in attempt to find other people's errors

As the old saying goes, there are few certainties in life beyond death and taxes. But in this week's On-Call - The Register's regular reader-contributed tales of techies being asked to rescue the ridiculous - we shall consider another: new managers who needlessly change systems that work perfectly well.

The source of this story is a reader named "Scanlon" who once worked for a company that hired a new operations director. Not long after taking the gig, the new guy declared his intention to "audit everything you guys are doing wrong."

Which rather rubbed Scanlon up the wrong way because, as he told On-Call, "I don't pander to someone who has more ambition than technical nous."

DevOps: Where Will DevSecOps 'Shift' Next (Feb. 15th)

IT News - BI (turn this section off)

What Is Business Intelligence? Transforming Data Into Business Insights

CIO, January 20th, 2023

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Business intelligence (BI) is a set of strategies and technologies for analyzing business information and transforming it into actionable insights that inform strategic and tactical business decisions.

Business intelligence (BI) is a set of strategies and technologies enterprises use to analyze business information and transform it into actionable insights that inform strategic and tactical business decisions. BI tools access and analyze data sets and present analytical findings in reports, summaries, dashboards, graphs, charts, and maps to provide users with detailed intelligence about the state of the business.

The term business intelligence often also refers to a range of tools that provide quick, easy-to-digest access to insights about an organization's current state, based on available data.

Goodbye Dashboards: How Modern BI Tools Are Being Used To Analyze Data

DATAVERSITY, January 20th, 2023

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Not all that long ago, the only way for businesses to readily access their data was through dashboards.

And, even then, these predefined and static dashboards provided data that was restricted only to citizen data scientists and data analysts. Standalone, static dashboards also inadvertently distract users and force them to shift their focus from their typical tasks in order to glean insights from data that are often overly broad to begin with. These days, however, businesses are increasingly adopting modern business intelligence (BI) tools to analyze their large volumes of data.

IDC: State of the Market: IT Spending by Industry 2023 (Feb. 15th)

IT News - HR (turn this section off)

8 'Future Of Work' Mistakes IT Leaders Must Avoid

CIO, January 18th, 2023

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The hybrid workforce is one of several trends reshaping how work gets done, now and in the future. To facilitate a productive, innovative future, CIOs must heed these common missteps.

CIOs supporting a hybrid mix of in-office and remote workers, and those who float between, need to implement new tools and strategies to get it right. But they will also need to change how they think about hybrid work, which analyst firm Forrester characterizes as 'messy' even as it says 51% of organizations are moving in this direction.

Hybrid work is often thought of in terms of location, according to a November Gartner report. 'If leaders focus on location alone, they'll miss much larger benefits . including flexible experiences, intentional collaboration, and empathy-based management,'' the report cautions.

IT Hiring: How To Find The Right Match

The Enterprisers Project, January 18th, 2023

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The most successful organizations know how to hire the right people. Here's why employee mission alignment is key to business success

This past year has been full of employee retention and job security challenges. In the spring and summer, leaders were tasked with combating The Great Resignation, 'quiet quitting,' and the ongoing technical skills gap. Now the tables have turned: Many employees risk losing their jobs with massive layoffs in the tech industry.

At its core, the employer/employee relationship must be mutually beneficial. Power dynamics are constantly shifting depending on the state of the job market, but to find the best match, companies and individuals should focus on aligning mission and values.

Gartner: CIOs Will Struggle To Retain And Attract IT Talent

ComputerWeekly, January 18th, 2023

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While the latest spending forecast from Gartner shows continued growth in enterprise IT spending, how budgets are invested is set to change

The latest IT spending forecast from analyst Gartner points to a 2.4% increase in IT spending this year. This figure is down from the previous quarter's forecast of 5.1% growth. Worldwide IT spending is projected to total $4.5tn in 2023.

In spite of this revised expectation, Gartner's forecast shows that enterprise IT spending is set to remain strong.

InformationWeek: Seeking Cost Efficiency in Public Cloud (Feb. 15th)

IT News - Database (turn this section off)

Top 5 Use Cases For Graph Databases

VentureBeat, January 21st, 2023

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The graph database stands as one of the biggest innovations to emerge from the NoSQL database boom that shook the industry over a decade ago.

Graph databases were developed to derive insights from huge quantities of interconnected data. They store relationships between data objects within the objects themselves, enabling blazingly fast analysis that is nearly impossible to achieve by other means.

Graph databases are intended to run alongside relational databases - which are still the workhorse repositories of choice in most enterprises - rather than replace them. Their key advantage is the ability to perform complex queries quickly across data from multiple systems without the overhead incurred by table joins or data transformations. Aggregating that far-flung data presupposes data integration efforts, often in the form of a data lake.

IT News - FOSS (turn this section off)

Where Is Your Risk? Vulnerabilities In Open Source Software

Rezilion, January 17th, 2023

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The first post of this series on the software-related risks organizations are facing looked at vulnerabilities introduced in development. In this post we look at the risks of open source vulnerabilities.

Organizations are increasingly dependent on third-party software, including open source code, but current tools provide limited visibility and require a lot of manual work. To securely leverage third-party software at scale without losing speed to market for new software releases, organizations need a better set of tools to detect, prioritize and remediate risk automatically.

LibreOffice 7.4.4 Released With More Than 110 Bug Fixes, Download Now

925Linux, January 16th, 2023

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Users are urged to update to this maintenance release as soon as possible for better stability and reliability.

The Document Foundation announced LibreOffice 7.4.4 as the fourth maintenance update to the latest LibreOffice 7.4 'Community' open-source, free, and cross-platform office suite.

Coming one month and three weeks after LibreOffice 7.4.3, the LibreOffice 7.4.4 point release brings even more bug fixes to make the LibreOffice 7.4 office suite series more stable and reliable for everyday use in offices or at home.

LibreOffice 7.4.4 includes a total of 114 fixes for bugs or other issues, which should improve document interoperability, as well as the core components of the LibreOffice office suite.

Open Source 2022 Wins And Losses

LinuxInsider, January 18th, 2023

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In the face of economic headwinds and a worsening problem with code vulnerabilities, 2022 was still a successful year for open source and The Linux Foundation (LF).

Leadership and security in innovation chart the theme of the LF's year in review for open source. Contributors to LF's projects, and open source in general, comprise the largest distributed engineering workforce globally, according to Jim Zemlin, executive director of the LF.

The year in review boils down to one major factor: Did the LF's global impact on open source through innovation and better security move the needle? The 140-page report stockpiles facts and examples about the performance of open-source technology worldwide, along with countless examples of the vast organization's prominence.

Security Boulevard: When Will DevSecOps 'Shift' Next? (Feb. 15th)

IT News - HPC (turn this section off)

@HPCpodcast: Our Favorite 2023 Predictions, Puncturing the Myths of HPC and New Advanced Chips

insideHPC, January 18th, 2023

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Because of the increasing number of cyberattacks, security has become an integral element of SDLC (Software Development Lifecycle). Secure software development is a requirement to protect software from cybercriminals and hackers, minimize any vulnerabilities, and maintain users' privacy.

In this post, we'll provide a checklist of the top secure development practices. The leading concepts are that the best developer security practices make security everybody's responsibility and provide a software development environment that's secure from the application's inception to release.

@HPCpodcast-47: New Chips from Intel, 2023 Predictions, AI

OrionX, January 19th, 2023

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In the first episode of 2023, Shahin and Doug discuss the recent chip announcements and their implications for HPC. Also covered are industry predictions for the year to come that were featured in the InsideHPC article, An AI-Flavored Set of HPC Predictions for 2023, AI for public use, and a promise to invite Prof. Matsuoka to discuss his recent paper on common myths in HPC.

In the first episode of 2023, Shahin and Doug discuss the recent chip announcements and their implications for HPC. Also covered are industry predictions for the year to come that were featured in the InsideHPC article, An AI-Flavored Set of HPC Predictions for 2023, AI for public use, and a promise to invite Prof. Matsuoka to discuss his recent paper on common myths in HPC.

More CPU Cores Isn't Always Better, Especially In HPC

The Next Platform, January 19th, 2023

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If a few cores are good, then a lot of cores ought to be better. But when it comes to HPC this isn't always the case, despite what the Top500 ranking - which is stacked with 64-core Epycs - would lead you to believe.

Speaking with executives at Atos and Lenovo's HPC division, it becomes clear that while more cores are nice, it's memory bandwidth, faster I/O, and higher clock speeds that customers are really after.

Yet AMD and Intel have been undeterred in their quest to push core counts ever higher with each subsequent generation. AMD's 'Genoa' Epyc 9004 boasts up to 96 cores and its upcoming 'Bergamo' chips will boost the count to 128. Meanwhile, Intel's 'Sapphire Rapids' Xeon SPs top out at 60.

Powering Artificial Intelligence: Why High-Performance Computing Is Crucial

Technative, January 18th, 2023

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During the pandemic, artificial intelligence (AI), powered by high-performance computing (HPC), was behind many of the crucial breakthroughs in the battle against COVID-19, from rapidly sequencing the genomes of new virus strains to designing drugs and vaccines.

This combination of HPC and AI is also increasingly driving cutting-edge research, from uncovering treatments for cancer to predicting extreme weather and increasing crop yields in our warming world. When it comes to the big questions facing humanity, HPC computing nodes are powering many new breakthroughs in AI and machine learning (ML). These technologies are already helping to produce real-world results which can save lives.


IT News - Cloud (turn this section off)

Basecamp Details 'Obscene' $3.2 Million Bill That Caused It To Quit The Cloud

The Register, January 16th, 2023

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Reckons Dell kit could have stretched that dollar further

David Heinemeier Hansson, CTO of 37Signals - which operates project management platform Basecamp and other products - has detailed the colossal cloud bills that saw the outfit quit the cloud in October 2022.

The CTO and creator of Ruby On Rails did all the sums and came up with an eye-watering cloud bill for $3,201,564 in 2022 - or $266,797 each month.

IT News - DevOps (turn this section off)

Top Three DevOps Tools for Cloud Infrastructure

DevOps.com, January 18th, 2023

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A survey of 326 IT executives conducted by the market research firm Omdia on behalf of Canonical found the most widely employed DevOps tool for managing cloud infrastructure is the Bash shell and command language (53%), followed by the Ansible automation platform (47%) and Terraform (40%). Another 27% reported they used tools they developed themselves.

The survey also found 58% managed their cloud infrastructure entirely on their own rather than relying in part or entirely on some type of managed service.

Not surprisingly, the survey also found that 83% have seen spending on cloud infrastructure expenses increase over the last two years, but 23% have no visibility into how much they are actually spending. Well over half (57%) do feel they are paying 'a lot' for cloud infrastructure.

BWGStrategy: Enhance Your Email Marketing Strategy for 2023 (Feb. 16th)

IT News - DR (turn this section off)

Cybersecurity Crisis Management And Business Continuity

FORTA, January 18th, 2023

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The massive increase in cyberattacks and the rapid evolution of advanced criminal techniques requires every single business in any sector to take protective measures to strengthen its cyber perimeter and minimize risk.

To deal with this peril, businesses must incorporate security measures and comply with security standards and regulations to improve their cybersecurity defenses for their assets, revenue, and reputation.

These are all proactive steps that a business must take as part of the initial lineup in the cybersecurity arena. Along with these protective measures, part of any sound cybersecurity practice must include crisis planning.

IT News - IoT (turn this section off)

A Comprehensive Guide To IoT Security

NOZOMI Networks, January 19th, 2023

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As digital transformation fuels the proliferation of IoT devices across industrial environments, having a strong IoT security program in place has become vital to protect critical infrastructure from cyberattacks.

The Internet of Things, also known as IoT, is a system of interconnected computing devices, mechanical machines, or objects with sensors and software that can transfer or exchange information over a network with no human intervention. IoT security refers to the processes and technologies put in place to prevent or mitigate cyber risks for these devices.

5 Top IoT Sustainability Trends For 2023

CIO, January 17th, 2023

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How IoT can help solve the crises in 2023 and beyond

The new year brings familiar problems for cities around the world. Many countries are still facing a multitude of crises: climate change continues to accelerate, economies are under pressure, and consumers are coping with inflation and skyrocketing energy bills.

But a new year also brings a renewed sense of optimism and fresh focus. Innovators are constantly discovering new ways in which IoT technology can help address difficulties and solve a number of problems both immediately and in the long term.

Here are the top 5 IoT sustainability trends to look out for in 2023:

NETWORKComputing: The Business Value of AIOps and Wi-Fi as-a-Service (Feb. 21st)

IT News - Virtualization (turn this section off)

Oracle VM VirtualBox 7.0.6 now available

Oracle News, January 18th, 2023

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Available today, maintenance release 7.0.6 includes improvements and bug fixes for Oracle VM VirtualBox 7.0.

Oracle VM VirtualBox 7.0.6 is available for download for multiple platforms such as Linux, macOS, Windows, and Oracle Solaris. For a complete list of bug fixes and enhancements, visit Oracle VM VirtualBox 7.0.6 changelog.

Oracle VM VirtualBox, the world's most popular open source, cross-platform virtualization software, enables developers to deliver code faster by running multiple operating systems on a single device. IT teams and solution providers use VirtualBox to reduce operational costs and shorten the time needed to securely deploy applications on-premises and to the cloud.

IT News - Compliance (turn this section off)

State Of Data Privacy Laws In 2023

SearchSecurity, January 16th, 2023

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Concern about how personal data is processed and stored is leading to the passage of new regulations that govern how companies handle consumer data.

Data privacy laws are multiplying as concerns about how information is sent and stored continue to grow.

Many IT professionals are familiar with international and domestic standards for data security and privacy, among them ISO/IEC 27001, Information security, cybersecurity and privacy protection -- Information security management systems -- Requirements; ISO/IEC 27002, Information security, cybersecurity and privacy protection -- Information security controls; and NIST Special Publication 800-53, Security and Privacy Controls for Information Systems and Organizations.

Headwinds, Crosswinds and Tailwinds: Securing the Cloud in Turbulent Times (Feb. 21st)

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