According to new research by Fortinet, 91% of Asia Pacific CIOs and CTOs (chief information and technology officers) believe the job of keeping their enterprise protected is becoming more challenging.
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In the era of the ‘always-on’ business, it is not enough anymore that you have top-of-the-line IT security tools. Your security structure should not be implemented according to a compliance checklist, writes Sebastiaan Wahlers of Accenture.
In this, the third of a three-part interview with IBM Malaysia managing director Paul Moung, he tells DNA that the cloud presents a conundrum that many CFOs are ill-equipped to deal with.
Many organisations still do not fully appreciate the threat they are under, and the best defence is to be proactive about protecting your organisation's networks, says Ixia.
Mark Bentkower of CommVault Systems highlights three important factors that IT decision makers should consider if they are to get smart about email compliance and transform a once rocky relationship into a blissful romance.
Singapore's IT personnel are not receiving the right training to best advise their businesses regarding emerging technologies, IT management software provider SolarWinds said, citing the results of a study it conducted.
According to a new study by CA Technologies, chief information officers (CIOs) in Asia Pacific lead the world in viewing IT as ‘very strategically important’ or ‘fundamental’ to the business.
The results of a recent IDC study commissioned by Multimedia Development Corporation show that Malaysian CIOs are staring to shift their focus from IT efficiency to IT effectiveness.
CIOs in the Asia Pacific region reported increases in conventional IT budgets for 2014 of 0.9%, but estimated that only 65% of IT is funded from within the conventional IT budget, according to an annual global survey of CIOs by Gartner Inc's Executive Programmes.