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Gartner assesses products ability to help networks recover quickly.
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Any enterprise worth its salt knows that simply having a supply chain introduces a certain amount of risk, but few do enough to protect themselves against the extreme possibilities.
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6 disaster recovery do's and don'ts from Hurricane Katrina survivors
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast, take the advice of these Louisiana IT leaders, who learned lessons the hard way about safeguarding infrastructure and equipment.
10 years after Hurricane Katrina: IT lessons learned
IT pros say being less dependent on physical locations is just one of the keys to ensuring your company doesn’t go out of business when disaster strikes.
10 tips to make sure you are ready when a disaster strikes
BIAImage by SVIDSHUBStart with a business impact analysis (BIA). This will identify the business's most crucial systems and processes and the effect an outage would have on the business. The greater the potential impact, the more...
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Nokia Here said to be snatched up by Audi, BMW and Daimler for $2.7B
The company's digital mapping technology is considered a critical element of self-driving cars
Oracle gets September trial date against Rimini Street
The case could establish ground rules for companies that provide third-party maintenance services
Skype for Business preview adds support for massive meetings, cloud-based phone administration
Businesses can begin testing the new features now, with a full release expected later this year.
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Microsoft parental control update causes consternation among parents
An update to this free parental control product left some long-time users in the lurch
Skype Translator now speaks German, French
The app already provided spoken translation to English, Spanish, Mandarin and Italian
How virtual reality could change your business
Virtual reality has been '10 years away for 40 years,' says one CEO, but it's now on our doorstep
Google to Cardboard developers: Keep it short and simple, and watch out for nausea
Google Cardboard experiences should be the duration of traditional YouTube videos, said a Google executive
Twitter mining can help protect facilities
New software that uses Twitter keyword searches along with geocoding can help enterprises become alerted about regionalized, developing events that might affect assets, such as buildings.
Business continuity and disaster recovery planning: The basics
Good business continuity plans will keep your company up and running through interruptions of any kind: power failures, IT system crashes, natural disasters, supply chain problems and more.
Citrix launches Workspace Cloud with BYOD flexibility
Enterprises can deliver a customized IT environment for each user, combining resources on premises and in the cloud
Want to buy SAP software? There's an app (store) for that
New SAP store aims to simplify enterprise software purchases
Microsoft Build: Windows 10 starts here
At this year's Microsoft developer conference, the company will detail how Windows will run across all platforms
Can gamification solve enterprises' engagement problem?
Big data and other new technologies are fueling the use of gaming principles in the workplace
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