Tag Archives : IT management & control


Drawing the lines between Collabmobilicloud 2

Is cloud a solution? Are collaboration and mobility technology outcomes? Or is a solution the answer to a user’s problems? Increasingly, in a new work era defined by staff mobility and flexibility, businesses are approaching technology acquisition in this last light – as one of several inputs to resolving an issue or challenge, rather than […]

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Todd Peterson, product marketing manager, identity and access management, Dell Software

Dell marries context analytics with cloud access

Analytics are the new buzz, supplanting even cloud in the minds of managers, media and the vendor community. But there’s solid substance behind this inflation of the analytics bubble – the fact of their ability to address the increasingly complex data-driven challenges we face in productive life, and in the technology that supports it. Case […]


Connecting the dots: security integration at Dell

Visions of the ‘wild west’ are often conjured in reporting on the business use of IT today, and the biggest outlaw is typically BYOD. And rightly so – the introduction of multiple operating systems and personal devices into corporate networks can produce maintenance headaches for IT administrators, impact network availability, and intensify security risk for […]

Dmitriy Ayrapetov, director, product management, Dell SonicWALL

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“Your company’s biggest risk is everyone in it”

“Are you making it too easy?” was the fundamental question posed at the Toronto launch of a countrywide Dell Security Tour that has taken keynote speaker Michel Juneau-Katsuya and a panel of security experts to Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Quebec City this month, and is now moving westward to Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. CEO of The […]


Encryption key to cloud security 2

In the article below, Kevin Fogarty picks up cloud where he left it – with colourful discussion of security challenges that starts with the very early days of public cloud when IT had legitimate concerns around visibility into cloud operation and access and ends with some pretty compelling stats on questionable behaviour in the shadowy […]

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