Data Protection …Major Disrupting Trends (Video)

We recently conducted our 2018 Data Protection Landscape Survey and uncovered some very interesting trends. In our series of video blogs on the research, we will cover several facets of the ever-changing landscape of data protection. We surveyed over 300 respondents in various market segments based on company size, allowing us to delve deeper into midmarket or enterprise trends, for example, or by company revenue bracket. We also...

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Amazon Workspaces at AWS re:Invent 2018

AWS re:Invent is a premier event, and ESG always makes it a priority to attend. The event captures an audience of IT decision makers and business leaders who are hungry to learn and discover where Amazon is planning to shake up or enhance IT and business strategies. At the event this year, I’ll be paying close attention to Amazon Workspaces. If you’re not familiar with Amazon Workspaces, here are several reasons you may want to get...

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Cybersecurity Technology Platform Attributes Defined

In a blog I wrote and published in August, I listed the 8 attributes that my colleague Doug Cahill and I believe are critical for a cybersecurity technology platform. The blog also ranks the 8 attributes according to a recent survey of 232 cybersecurity professionals working at enterprise organizations (i.e., those with more than 1,000 employees). It was recently pointed out to me that while I list the attributes in my blog, I did not...

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How Much Time Do You Spend on Licensing Issues…

IT organizations need to be responsive to the business. Digital transformation, IoT, and cloud computing initiatives require the underlying IT environment (HW and SW) to be able to react quickly and scale seamlessly, but it can’t do that if your technical resources are spending more time getting the proper licenses correct. This is especially impactful in fast growing companies. Organizations want dynamic environments that are secure...

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…Impressions on Cloud-native Security

In a recent research survey, ESG asked a panel of 232 security and IT professionals a series of questions about cloud-native security (i.e., security controls, management, and monitoring options built into cloud infrastructure and offered by cloud service providers (CSPs)). Here are a few of the data points we uncovered: Fifty-seven percent of survey respondents believe that the native security controls provided by CSPs are sufficient...

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