Working from home demands on Service Desk and IT cybersecurity

By Akinola Idris 2 minutes ago Cybersecurity protection for work at home employees Overnight, all over the world, users are staying at home – and working from home. This requires new devices and new software licenses – but what about support? In most organizations work-from-home has many positive consequences. The employees are working hard, and they continue evenings and…

Zoom for Home is everything you need for remote working in one bundle – but it’s got one big flaw

By Akinola Idris Video call behemoth Zoom has unveiled a hardware bundle designed to eliminate all issues associated with setting up and participating in video meetings. Produced in partnership with manufacturer DTEN, Zoom for Home – DTEN ME is a 27-inch touchscreen device (a cross between a monitor and a tablet) with Zoom video conferencing software pre-installed. The device…

CYBERSECURITY SERVICES 2020 Anunnaki™ CYBER DEITIES

Scope of the Report The report covers the comprehensive cybersecurity services market, and showcase a need for a collaborative approach from enterprises and service providers to make their people, processes, and technologies secure. This also explores the double threat owing to more varied and sophisticated attacks and the expansion of risk perimeter with the inclusion…

2020 Cybersecurity Trends to Watch

Mobile becomes a prime phishing attack vector, hackers will increasingly employ machine learning in attacks and cloud will increasingly be seen as fertile ground for compromise. The wheels of 2020’s biggest cybersecurity threats have already been set motion. Mobile, the cloud and artificial intelligence, to name a few, are trends that will continue to be…

Dallas data center operator CyrusOne discloses ransomware attack

A major Dallas-based data center operator says it is working to restore service to six of its customers after a ransomware attack. CyrusOne Inc. disclosed the attack Thursday and said affected customers are primarily hosted at the company’s New York data center. The computer hack encrypted customers’ devices. “Upon discovery of the incident, CyrusOne initiated its response…

Software’s Accelerating Data Needs May Benefit From Intel’s High-Optane Push

For all of computing’s advances the past few decades, one aspect that’s remained fairly constant is the fundamental relationship among processors, memory chips, and storage, coupled with software designed to route data where it’s most urgently needed. New memory technology that reached the market this year in response to big computing trends could upend this…