2017 IT Preview: What to expect from our top partners in the new year

We’re only a couple of weeks into 2017, but we’ve already got a lot of technology to look forward to. From the launch of new products to updates of old ones, here’s a glimpse into what we can expect from the biggest names in tech this year. Continue Reading…

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Is your health care organization prepared for a cyber attack?

healthcare-itRansomware and cybercrime hacking have been two of the most common IT security threats in 2016, but many health care organizations aren’t ready to play defense: Only about 60 percent of surveyed organizations had the security capabilities in place to detect and remediate these attacks.

That’s problematic, of course, but is it surprising? After all, many health care organizations place more importance on HIPAA compliance than security, or they aren’t agile enough to protect themselves against the newest threat. Organizations tend to sink their energy into defending against the latest threat of the day, but lag on improving their entire security architecture. Continue Reading…

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Why SSDs are taking over in the data center

Intel SSDThe reports of hard disk drives’ (HDDs) death have not been greatly exaggerated. That’s because solid state drives (SSDs) continue their takeover in consumer devices and the data center.

Sure, HDDs and SSDs each have their own advantages, but the latter is the more modern technology that continues advancing. As prices drop, SSDs are proving their advantages to end users and IT managers.

But there’s another huge motivation for large organizations to pick SSDs over HDDs: complex data. I’ll explain. Continue Reading…

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