…Will Dell Become The New Enterprise Superpower?

Dell just had a lot of analysts and reporters to their IQT day event in New York (IQ is a reference to making this incredibly broad concept smart, thus IQ). This is Digital Convergence on steroids, and the solution is potentially to take a company based on technology of last century and turn them into a company based on technology that most firms won’t be able to pivot to until the 2030s building what likely will become the standard...

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Happy Summer!
Jun29

Happy Summer!

IT Trends & Analysis will resume publication in September. Have a great summer!

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Predictions for Cybersecurity in 2016

My colleague Doug Cahill and I recorded a video shortly before the holidays outlining what we’re expecting to see in 2016 in the cybersecurity space. We’re excited to share that video with you now. To read the complete article, CLICK HERE

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Handicapping Enterprise Security Vendors

In the course of my average work day, I try to read all the cybersecurity news I can. I came across a very good article in Forbes that looks at the cybersecurity opportunities for companies like IBM, Cisco, Dell, and others. The article points out that the market for cybersecurity products and services is estimated at $77b today, growing to $120b by 2020. That’s a lot of firewalls, AV software, and identity tokens! Since I agree with...

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CA & CAW15: The Rest Of The Story
Nov23

CA & CAW15: The Rest Of The Story

With the fun and games behind them (CA World ’15), CA Technologies has to get back to the work at hand, continuing its reinvention. The software giant is pinning its future on where the market is going — variously tagged as the digital economy and the API/business as software worlds — while chained to its very profitable, if more slowly growing (or slowly declining), mainframe (over 50% of company revenues), management and...

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Survey Reports Bad-Boy Behavior After The Breach
Jun25

Survey Reports Bad-Boy Behavior After The Breach

We know that cybersecurity is anything but secure, and the situation appears to be worsening. However, a new study from Vectra Networks – the self-proclaimed ‘leader in real-time detection of in-progress cyber attacks’ – provides a fascinating view of what happens after your cyber defenses have been breached. According to the second edition of its Post-Intrusion Report, there was non-linear growth in lateral movement...

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